My MO is to put steps in place for the student to make their own progress at their pace. I provide as much background and theory as they can and need to manage at a given point of development. It's also important that the student isn't afraid to make mistakes. And that they learn from same.
Experienced maths and IT teacher in several states and countries and long-time user and developer in data base applications in administration, research and school environments. Formal degree in commerce (1st class honours from Griffith University) and secondary teaching and online training and self-directed study in programming languages and current-day development environments.
. maths and IT teacher at junior to senior high school levels
. adaptable teaching approaches to learner's needs, such as by encouraging self-reflective learning, composing topic specific audio-visual materials, or by providing topic-specific video cohmposition
. formal qualification in commerce (1st class honours) and teaching (secondary)
. continuing learning through application development across full stack systems
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