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Trusted teacher: Learning to program neatly and effectively can be difficult and time consuming without adequate explanations. That's why I offer programming learning courses for the following languages: -Python (Easy to take in hand) -Java (more intermediate level to start) -C (quite complicated without any knowledge in programming) The purpose of the various courses will be to help future programmers to take the programming tool into their own hands but also the appropriate programming techniques. At the end of these courses, the programmer will be able to create a program of the size that he wishes without any restriction except for his imagination. He will also be able to find the necessary information where it is needed on the web.
This class is for people who want to develop an aptitude for solving Mathematical problems using programming languages. You don't have to have prior knowledge about programming or complex mathematics, I would focus more on building all concepts using basic logic. I believe that everyone has their own pace and their sense of comprehension, so my classes will be flexible to incorporate it.
Computer programming · Logic · Math
Trusted teacher: I'll be teaching you basic concepts of object-oriented programming in Java. You'll be able to develop software applications and games using Java programming language. When you'll be hand on the basic concepts, i'll be moving towards advance level of java application development.
Software engineering · Computer programming · Java
The first thing I do when I start to work with anyone, is to understand what they can already do, and what they can't. Afterwards we'll train every step of the way to excel at each step and have a strong foundation to work with when solving bigger problems. Above all, the belief that everyone has within them the capacity to understand what was already understood by others. The only factor that distinguishes students is the will they have to learn. With that in mind, it is also my responsibility, as a tutor, to keep them engadged and motivated. As Plato once said, "Do not train a child to learn by force or harshness; but direct them to it by what amuses their minds". And that is my main objective. To keep the learning on a good upward path, there should be no reservation in testing the student's capacities at any given time, and if all goes well, it will be like a game that will spark a desire to grow and achieve more difficult tasks constantly reenforcing previously acquired skills.
Computer programming · Math
Trusted teacher: My formation in engineering school (Information Technology at the ÉTS in Montreal, Canada), techinian school (GEII at the IUT de Cachan, France) and my previous placements experiences (Croesus Finansoft and the National Institute of Sports) helped me specialize myself in Math, Physics and Computer Sciences. I'm able to teach and help the students in Math, Physics and the basic of Computer Sciences (depending on the student's level). The focus of the class is to develop the ability to learn, think and solve problems. As for the Computer Sciences class, you will learn the basics of current programming languages such as C/C++, Java, Python, Objective C (IOS programming). At the end of the class you could have some homeworks to do for the next session. These would help you to assimilate the subject previously learned.
French · Math · Computer programming
My approach is to focus on developing the student’s mastery of the subject through problem based learning, including preparation for exams, while developing the student’s enjoyment of the subject and ability to learn by themselves. Over the years I have worked in different roles requiring a diverse range of skills including coaching/tutoring of high school students in year 9 to year 12 mathematics and coding for primary school children.
Computer programming · Computer science · Math