I offer private tuition in programming and algorithms (C++, C, Java, Python, Haskell, Ocaml...) for GCSEs, A-levels / IB, degree level and adult learners, face-to-face in the Portsmouth area or online, via Google Hangouts or Skype, with webcam, whiteboard and screensharing.
I teach passionately , Until a Person Will Not UnderStand from Basics I will not leave that person , i need to make sure thathe should get All the concept before moving to other Topic , So it will be helpful for him and me also.
My teaching method is based on relating the subject to practical scenarios so that the student gets a better understanding of the subject matter, and has a scenario in mind to associate it with. I give lessons to students who are either passionate about the subject, or want to learn enough to perform well in the exams, even if they don't feel a passion for the subject.
I will analyze your needs whether it is a website that you need to build or a vba code that you need to create I will build a plan to explain to you how to do it and we will do it the hastest as possible.
I hold a master of science degree in IT and a software and academic professional with excellent computing and programming skills. I teach computing for students of any age and levels. Conversant with modern technologies, curriculum and techniques. My method of teaching students being, prepare, teach, test and support.
My teaching method involves focusing on what the student is currently struggling at and develop upon them until a rewarding level. Then go through each topic until the student is knowledgeable in the area. Also I am able to help students with controlled assessments if need be.
I'm a Computer Science student at the University of Portsmouth. I can teach anyone Python programming up to A-level standard, and basic computer skills. I am flexible to follow a predefined program of lessons or tailor it to the needs of the pupils. I like taking complex concepts and breaking them down into easy sections to tackle individually.
My teaching method is very simple and it always depends on the skill level of my students. I'd say it's a rather adaptive technique based on the student and the material that he/she wishes to learn.
I am passionate about teaching and assisting a motivated student in achieving their goals. I obtained a Bachelors degree in Computer Science from the Bangalore University with a First. I also have a masters` degree in Software Engineering from the University of Southampton as well as a 2-year Diploma in Law.
My approach is hands-on, example driven where concepts are elucidated by way of rogorous examples. Also, I prefer a flipped classroom method where participants have an opportunity to look at content before meetings.
i always works with the current level of understanding of my students and try as much as possible to make each session interactive for easy assimilation for the student and breaking the barriers for shy students to be able ask questions
My approach to each topic is to ensure the student understands the basic fundamentals before moving forward because this is there foundation which must be strong. Once I help them to build a solid foundation we can quickly start learning about more complex topics in detail.
I am a university student and I primarily gear my content towards high school students and above, however I can modify it for younger students. I typically prepare PowerPoints to teach with while speaking to you about it, and I have assignments and assessments for you afterwards to solidify the knowledge. I go at the pace of the student and make sure they understand the content before moving on.
I start my teaching by giving the student an understanding of the concepts involved in what they wish to learn, progressing to practical examples with close supervision. Subsequent lessons will revisit previous topics to ensure an adequate understanding for the student.
I am 49 years of age and a recent graduate from Bournemouth University with a degree in Computing. I have seven years teaching experience for the age range 8 -16. I created an age group teaching strategy to improve my students' academic performance. As a result, most students got better results in school exams.
I have an adaptive teaching methodology depending on the topic and the pupil(s), but mostly prefer practical hands-on work compared to theoretical teaching. I like setting problems that encourage creativity, since there is never one way of coding a solution to something, and that also challenge a learner's core understanding which I find most important.
I have taught students in a class before but I am good in teaching students one on one as well. I have a Structure of Lessons regarding every subject which I follow. Every Lesson of mine is an hour long: 30 Mins Theory and 30 Mins Practical. After every Lesson, I always leave my students with an assignment. Which I expect them to complete by the next lesson.
I Give Lessons to Secondary School Kids, as I myself am Fresh Out of Secondary School. My approach to Teaching Python is firstly getting to know the person's ability so far, and Improve on that. Then Proceeding to teach new things, that will be useful when coding. As we progress, I will Give Example Questions that May occur in Exams to show what kind of skills may be needed in a real exam.
I am an enthusiastic student whom is learning as well as teaching, and lessons can either be practical or theoretical. I do not have a set syllabus of topics, so topics will be created according to prior interest. I have a preference to teach individual students or small groups.
I give lessons for several different standards, depending on the subject. I tailor teaching methods to each student as I know that everyone learns differently. I will attempt to keep individual work to a minimum during the actual sessions, to ensure you get your money's worth and assign work to complete before the next session.
My name is Tom and I am Currently a final Year computing student. I will be helping with the usage of the core Microsoft Office Applications Such as: - Microsoft Word - Microsoft Powerpoint - Microsoft Excel. I will be covering all of these at a basic level to start with so we are comfortable with the layout and it becomes familiar.
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I do believe in practicals, perhaps we will be having theory sessions. Timely test for your knowledge. I have given number of sessions to students and my junior colleagues. I had very good academics, also I have my own way of teaching which definitely be liked by you.
I take a hands on approach to teaching with practical elements being key to students success. Computer science and ICT are very collaborative subjects and practice at creating digital media and writing programmes is key to success. It allows students to embed programming knowledge and programming techniques that will be useful during paper 2 of the GCSE syllabus.
When helping someone with a topic or area I try to the best of my ability to focus on recognition not recall. In other words, try to explain why something works rather than just the facts, the understanding and meaning behind the facts.
I am friendly and enthusiastic with a lot of energy, and I think this comes out a lot during my classes. I understand how difficult it can be when first starting out to code. I can help you get to grips with some of the fundamental and the more difficult concepts of programming until you have the confidence to go it alone.
I use the practical approach of teaching with real time examples and scenarios and provide live project working exposure too. I teach candidate of any level and am very strong in database lessons.
All of my experience has been gained in state schools, teaching both high flyers and lower ability, I often taught children who found engaging with normal school difficult and took great pleasure from seeing them achieve their full potential. In the classroom, I encourage an ethos of respect, hard work and a can do approach.
I present my students with the knowledge and understanding necessary to apply a topic to any scenario they wish.
I have the experience to teach Degree level and diploma students. Usually, I like to use a marker board, paper pen (by using a multicolour pen), PPT and practical programs with an output. I like to relate each topic to real life example and company standard problem-solution technique.
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