Firstly, this unit is designed for students interested in 3D modelling. My teaching mehodology is to identify my target learners weaknesses strenghts and preferences. Secondly, I find out the training needs of the target learners and their learning styles. Finally, I prepare a lesson plan aligning with these sytles and get feedbacks from the students.
I will teach the best methods of 3d modeling using Revit, rhino, and AutoCAD. Learn the easiest and the fastest ways to make a 3d model. Learn which software is best for your type of project and get the best result of the same.
I gear my lessons towards people just starting out trying to learn a variety of CAD programs. I can offer the basics so that you can go on your own shortly, and I also offer more in depth lessons for people looking to get the most out of CAD.
Every student is different so I try to adapt the lesson to each one. My objective is that the student can work along with the program and solve any problems they might find. I like the lessons to be in a relaxed environment where anyone feels free to ask any question.
My teaching method is a mix and match of tutorial, explanation and demonstration. I use several methods to explain and demonstrate how any function works, and what can be done if the function isn't working. My lessons would typically be focused on one area, allowing time to settle the information, without the interference of new subject matter.
I offer practical lessons so that the students achieve their goals. Each student is different so I adapt the rhythm of the classes to each one. I love questions, so I listen to you! From level zero to advanced level I accept the challenge of teaching everything I know. Practice makes perfect so students need a computer to follow the lessons.
My methodology has always obtained excellent results because it combines the theoretical part with the practical part with always new and fun exercises. My students have always achieved improvements and higher grades from their schools.
My teaching method includes starting off with a basic introduction and eventually advancing towards the key techniques. My approach would be to get the students familiar wit the basic tools first and then gradually train them to be an expert in AutoCAD with constant practices through the projects assignments.
Project-based learning from concept, schematics to construction documentation.
My method of teaching is to work in parallel theory and practice. Each student uses their own computer. First of all I have to know how is the current status of knowlegde of the program. Depending on that the program is adapted.
I'll teach you in the ZOOM platform, and you can see each step I operate. I'll take the real architectural projects for example, from the architectural block to details such as window and even more. You'll not only just get the software skills, but also practical knowledge about architectural design, industrial design...
Part of being a guide is understanding the person's level of ability to grasp knowledge is very important. Guiding them through practical projects is the way to explain the difficulties and techniques for better understanding. Everyday learning is important for the growth of knowledge.
I teach in such a manner that each and every student of mine will be an expert user at the earliest with knowledge of relevant shortcut keys. It would be more of a practical approach to be precise rather than theoretical.
My teaching method is base on student capacity of autocad
- working threw assignment and getting more familiar with the programs - I enjoy figuring out how best to understand a program with a student.
- If you're new to autocad, this is for you. Autocad architecture 2d is what you'll be learning. - Emphasis would be laid on architectural tools, drawings etc; just because of my expertise in that sector. - An introduction to the various drawing tools will be done. - We'll set tasks and get them done through sample projects.
For teaching software, I categorize the topics and icons according to their use and importance in using software. Then step by step teach them and asked the students to practice the previous lesson by giving them a little drawing to draw. After teaching all the necessary icons, teach tricks to improve the speed in using AutoCAD with attention to detail.
I have several archives with basic designs and standard projects that i give my students and I thoroughly teach them the shortcuts and configuration tools that AutoCAD has to offer, I teach them how to design efficiently and also how to plot and save their files before printing.
My Method is based on to know the expectations and goals of the students and make a plan to achieve it, examples and real cases are very important in the process of learning
Geometry, building, 3D modeling, Movie msking, Animations, thermal analysis, creative shapes, floor plans, sections, elevation, match photos, geolocation, Google Earth models, plugins for 3d printing, shape manipulation, extra tools for Layout and sheet arrangements, Annotation, drawings presentation, sharing documents, synchronisation
My teaching method will depend on the level of the student, but always practice orientated and focus on quick results.
I like to teach AutoCAD by firstly educating my students on basic knowledge, taking them through the fundamentals. These are basic operations and drawing functions to allow the student to understand and begin drawing in the platform. After the fundamentals are covered, I like to use a working example to guide the student through more complex operations.
I am a very methodical teacher. My teaching procedure will help out in the professional frontier as well. I formulate lesson plans with respect to the student level of understanding of the subject and where he/she wants to apply it.
My teaching metodology is quite opennig, the student can ask anything about the softwares, Architecture and others things. My focus is the knowledge of the students, help them to be creative and learn on the programs with dinamism and focus.
I am a 24 years old Architect, graduate cum lode in Rome, Italy. I am in Australia for a Working Holiday Experience. I got so much experience during my University Years and I know what It feels like to be a student. I am Excellent in Drawing, Art and I speak English very well.
My teaching method is on individual learning capacity and I work on students' skills to grasp maximum knowledge through the mix- methods approach to facilitate my students. I use creative techniques for learning.
Firstly, I will start with how to use the software.
My teaching methods goes according to the student level and needs. If the main point is to improve printing or learning some new commands etc, It's up to the student. We will have a chat about your goals and if you also have any construction background and then we can access the better way for our classes.
I usually prefer to teach in theoretical way which will help them a lot in practical situations and based on standards.
Based on individual demands and level of knowledge, always trying to identify your strong / weak points and work on them. Lessons are structured and suitable for all - beginners, intermediate or experienced students.
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