I prefer to have a hands-on approach when it comes to studying or teaching programming. The best way to learn is to make mistakes, as many of them as possible, and then subsequently learn from them. I encourage my students to not shy away from trying things out on their own. At the same time, a structure is integral to my methodology. I usually start from the basics of programming and expect my students to build a sizeable project (usually a game involving cards) towards the end to give students the confidence with which they can program comfortably in future.
I am a Computer Science Student at the University of Melbourne and have been helping fellow students and peers with difficulties they would face while coming across programming for the first time since high school. I am proud to say that I helped at least 20 of my peers to understand the paradigms of programming successfully which enabled them to achieve amazing grades in their projects. I have also assisted 2 MBA graduates who wanted to learn programming to help them with their job and boost their CV and one of them mentioned that his knowledge of programming was a factor that distinguished him from other applicants.
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