I believe the best introduction to programming and robotics is through practical applications. So that might be programming a computer game or building a robotic arm. The project should present enough challenges that encourages them to problem solve which cements the concepts to memory once they have been worked through.
I enjoy showing students the applicability of learned material through a project/problem based approach, which boosts motivation and leads to greater learning success. Through fun and relevant projects, tutees can not only learn essential skills but also gain the confidence required to take on more projects and experiment autonomously.
Paul teaches tutees to think about innovative ideas and encourages elegant solutions. He is very excited to meet students willing to learn and show commitment in chasing their dream careers! The lessons are geared towards students and not modules, and Paul believes this is what makes his tuition stand out.
I am very effective because I actively engage the tutee by giving students intriguing problem sets and encouraging discussion about the topic so that I can see how well they can transfer their study material into both oral and written communication. I will structure my sessions with a quiz on last weeks' material, then move on to the study material.
I can teach all students upto GCSE Level. I usually like to teach using textbooks, online resources, past papers and the specification as students learn best through these methods. I am a calm, gentle tutor and will work with students to the best of my ability to help them succeed.
I would like to approach each topic in accordance with the student's current level of understanding of the concept. If that requires further improvement, efforts shall be directed there before proceeding to advanced levels. Building a solid foundation is imperative.
I am a UK based Academic researcher, writer, tutor, mathematician, management professional and co-founder of academicianhelp.co.uk. I have extensive experience in Mathematics, Engineering, Information Technology, Computer Science and Management.
Every new batch of tuition starts with getting to know more about the students. It is at the same time important to give the students enough space to familiarise themselves with me. A discussion will then follow to scope down what will be covered in the syllabus. A work plan is also devised with the aim to complete the syllabus well before the examinations, so as to have adequate time for revision.
I start my lessons with the basics to gauge what my pupils know and access their skills. I then adjust the difficulty of material accordingly. I try to keep it as informal as possible as I do not teach in a classroom and thus try to make lessons as fun as possible.
i am shaziya islam completed my masters in computer science & engineering with specialty in core subjects of the course i teach students from class 10 to graduates all their doubts related to programming languages are solved i believe in teaching learning process
I make complex topics simple. I teach everything from scratch. I motivate students to learn by doing. I course teaching speed is directly proportional to the grasping power of the student. I have students who have repeatedly come and contacted me.
I normally teach using small projects so that topics can be introduced and then used to show why a new method or topic is worth learning and what you can do with it. I also really enjoy teaching essay writing, problem solving, design and the softer academic areas that are often overlooked as well as the more traditional aspects of engineering.
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.
My teaching method depends on the person I'm going to be tutoring. Firstly I'm going to give students a "learning style" test to determine if they are a visual, auditory, kinesthetic, interpersonal or intrapersonal type of leaners. Determining the type of learner a person is will help them effectively learn and retain knowledge, not only for school but everywhere in life.
I believe that demonstrating and collaboration are the most effective teaching methods at the secondary school. The side benefit is the development of communication skills and teamwork. However, I have experience with all main teaching methods, including explanation, demonstration, learning by teaching, as well as some unorthodox methods, for example learning by playing.
I believe the best introduction to programming is through video game design. My students start by learning the fundamentals and developing a project with supervision. This applies the skills learned and thereby cements them in long term memory for the next challenge.
As a qualified Computer Science teacher, I have taught across London in both all-boys and all-girls schools (pupils aged 11 - 18) whilst spending some time in mixed secondary and primary schools.
I am a year 10 secondary school student who is offering to teach primary school and secondary school students (Until year 9). I can help with revision and teach some basics of computer science and programming in python. I am able to teach both theory and practical (in python) work.
Hello, I'm Baptiste. Originally from the UK, France and Japan, I've had a diverse upbringing. In 2017, I accepted my place to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Boston, USA), but deferred it for 2018 because I passionately believe in the merits of a gap year. In my spare time when I'm not tutoring, I develop mobile apps, especially for rowing - a sport that I participate in competitively.
I believe heights can be reached only with a good foundation, though the intial topics seem trivial they come in handy as time goes. My methodology is to cover a topic, and assign a task.
Lessons in Biology, Chemistry and Maths up to and including A-level Computer Science and Java programming to degree level Lessons are for you! Therefore structured around what you want to achieve! Relaxed approached, we'll work together to find how I can best support you
My teaching method focuses on the results the student wants to achieve; I tailor my lessons to each individual, depending on their needs and skill level. I have over 5 years worth of programming experience, and have held two jobs working as a Matlab-Simulink technician.
We approach from basics and move on to advanced . Each topic is covered and revised once.
It varries according to how much the student knows about programming. For the newbies, I like to start from the basic programming concepts, while for the others, I will start Python tution directly. My way of teaching will be based on my work experience in many companies and industries, and so in practical level unlike the usual way of teaching.
I have completed a computer science degree and am open to teaching at any level, for example a student that may be interested in studying a computing GCSE, or perhaps a student that is worried about starting a computing a degree at University, and requires some pointers. If a student doesn't have specific problems in mind I am happy to walk through tutorials together.
• Subjects Taught: Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics & Computer Science at Key Stage 4 & 5 • Have taught several GCSE & A level students • Able to communicate well with students and their parents (if needed) • Able to figure out what students struggle with and provide help accordingly • Capable of explaining key concepts thoroughly, ensuring that the students have grasped the vital ide
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