Learning a programming language can be a tricky thing if one doesn't puts their heart into it. The way I learned them was through practice every day and one can never be perfect at it, people keep learning new things everyday, they way I approach it is by giving lessons on certain topics and then give the student a homework to work on and then they will be graded based on the code.
This course introduces students to basic web design using HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) and CSS (Cascading Style Sheets). The course does not require any prior knowledge of HTML or web design. We will use a html/css text editor to type the code and test it on the browser. I believe in "Learning By Coding....
I can teach using both ground up (fundamentals) or top down (overview) approach. Assignment-based, exam-based or just conceptual - all these are possible. Live code editing, flowchart & diagrams, conceptual sketch and visualisation from A to Z.
My approach is based on an initial assessment of my trainee's capability and needs.
Teaching is my passion. I start up with the basics and slowly build the stack over it. I explain every concept with the practical approach and make sure that slowly and steadily you acquired the skill which you are looking for. I make the sessions interactive and frame the teaching session based on student interests and knowledge.
My teaching method is very much based on achieving an outcome that resonates with students. Then tying that back to fundamentals so that we aren’t just learning how to do things in specific environments, but so that you can take those skills and build on them to solve your own problems. I like story telling and explaining concepts in plain English before diving into the technicalities.
I have a programming mind. I teach students how to code. I go line by line following the flow of control of the program. And ensure that student understands the purpose of each and every keyword so that he can learn any other programming language easily.
My teaching is more practical and based on my experiences with the clients and industry. I make sure everyone gets attention and understand the basic concepts.
I give practical skills more priority than theory skills as students have to face in real life practice. My lessons are for those students who wants to learn programming from basic level.
I dissect advanced concepts down to its core. In essence, a computer takes some data as an input, process the data and gives an output. That's it! We have created functionalities on this ground to add more capabilities. You will learn some of the computer science fundamentals that I struggled with, but you won't.
I have a very simple teaching strategy. I believe that whatever I am am teaching it is always significant to focus on the basics. Sometimes we take basics very casually, but with a strong foundation even the most complex issues become easy to handle. I like to teach on individual topics on different days, going granular.
My teaching style will include two way communication and there will be regular tests (Weekly) to test the progress of the student. A remarkable feedback will be provided to the students and will be taught improvement strategies. I will be more than happy to provide the lessons to the international students.
I learn by Feynman's Method and prefer to teach and encourage the Socratic method. One always prepares me to pass my knowledge in simplest ways, other one helps me to teach in an environment that encourages students to question and get over the fear of being wrong. Knowing that you are wrong at something is the first step towards being right.
I will find out what the student's knowledge background, and find out his/her strength on studying. then I will customised a method to teach him/her to understand the computer science knowledge in most suitable and efficient way.
I prefer teaching a practical approach to students so that they can remember things.
I have 5 years industry experience, working in companies such as Google and international experience working in London for a year. Throughout my 5 years in my industry I have: - Mentored students at General Assembly. - Run workshops in the Sydney community. - Given talks internationally. I enjoy breaking down problems and explaining things so that anyone can understand.
I don't have a rigid way of sharing knowledge. I like to know my students, how they think, what are their objectives. While teaching I like to keep things practical, I think the best way to transfer knowledge is by exchanging with my students and putting things into application.
I believe basic concepts are the most important sections we must understand in programming and I make sure my students get it completely before moving forward. Programming involved your thinking capabilities and I guide students to think out of the box to achieve awesome results. I am a simple person and always open to your questions.
- My teaching method is focused on the student itself. Every person have different backgrounds and their own previous skills. Aligning the subject taught with these former interests is key to have a fruitful time. Beyond that, building on basics skills and exercising creativeness alongside with problem tackling strategies has been giving the best outcomes I ever experienced.
All learning is based on real world application, i prefer to teach with examples that make the students gain an interest. Individual attention is a mandate rather than a good to have.
My teaching method is focusing on practical coding part with a little bit of related theory. I try to bring the creative nature of students to live by giving them challenges and helping them to think critically to solve the problem.
I base my class solely on what it applicable in real life situations, mathematics, English language, computer science or programming all delivered in a way and design for you to apply the acquired knowledge without difficulties. Providing guidance and walking the path with you.
I consider teaching as a journey. As a teacher my role is to be an enabler of it not an enforcer. I share the concepts by exemplifying them making them easier to follow.
My teaching method is based on a real-world example. I take a example from the popular websites and then explains, how the technology works in the backend.
Normally, I'll start the course with a course outline; comprising of all the areas to be covered with a timeline and any reference material. Classes sessions then follow as planned with tests every 4-6 iterations or after every topic. I encourage my students to read ahead and to ask as my questions as possible. I always prefer practical lessons/demonstrations over lectures, where possible.
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My teaching methods are based on practical examples, and popular programming text books, which are used in most programming courses. I guide the student to learn by their experience and enhance their skills in programming by practically coding solutions to common problems.
Perfect! Great teacher! Explains everything throughly, very patient. Recommended!
Perfect! Icaro is a dedicated and professional tutor whose passion is for teaching. I thoroughly enjoy my programming lessons and look forward to these every time. I cannot recommend him highly enough.
Perfect! Very good tutor, his teaching methods are very nice and easy to understand
Perfect! the best teacher ever! I've hired Lydia as soon as I got a reply which was almost instant. I have engaged her in a weekly tutoring on python since then. I intend to continue for a while. Lydia's is highly competent and knows a lot about programming!