I'm a postgraduate Data Science student at RMIT University.
My teaching technique includes a lot of interactive problem solving sessions; as I believe that without practical implementation of what you've learned, it is very difficult to call yourself completely literate in that particular subject. So practical sessions is something I focus on greatly during the course.
Let us take a C programming class for example.
So during the first few lectures I usually try to explain the student the benefits of the language and the various pros and cons it has compared to other programming languages.
As we proceed further I generally start with the basic constructs, variables and assignments in the language.
Once the student feels that he has some grasp on the basics , I start with practical sessions then, as starting practicals before grasping the basics will lead to improper understanding of the language.
In each practical session I solve a type of problem with the student and usually hand out 2 more problems to work on their own, as self study is the best kind of practice one can get. So in the next lecture I discuss the problems students may have with their homework, and I hope they have a lot of problems, as o believe making mistakes is the best way to learn.
As I've stated I'm an engineering graduate in IT, who has a lot of experience teaching a wide range of age groups in the past. I've taken programming classes for various high school students and a couple of undergraduate students back in India.
I have actively worked with programming languages like C, C++, Java. I'm currently in the process of learning Python, so I would be able to help solve basic Python queries too.
Besides that I have a lot of experience working with various database techniques like MySQL and mongodb.
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