I believe that the student should be first taught the theoretical base and the assumption of the problem, starting from theorems and proofs.
Then, simple examples should give the student a glimpse of what these methods can do, in a fun and interesting way for the student, before solving complicated and more advanced exercises.
As I current Ph.D. student, I was asked to give my insights on many undergraduate and Master courses assignments and dissertations.
While still a freshman undergraduate student, I used to tutor two sophomores for the 'Descriptive Statistics' course, which both passed, being a member of the startup OutStudying.
- BSc in Statistics and Insurance Science, University of Piraeus, Greece (High 2:1)
- MSc in Statistics, Imperial College in London (Pass with Merit)
- Ph.D. in Statistical Bioinformatics, University of Warwick (Ongoing)
- Teacher at Outstudying:
Preparing sophomores for the 'Descriptive Statistics' module (100% success)
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