Java is the most used programming language in the world. I can teach you the basics through to advanced concepts such as abstract classes, interfaces, unit testing, and graphical user interfaces. There is a lot to learn, and I will patiently help you to learn to take advantage of this powerful modern programming language.
Hello, my name is Jason. I began tutoring at Windward Community College while taking classes towards a bachelor's degree in information and computer science.
My experience started in helping iCan program participants master entry level mathematics and language arts. I also helped many students pursuing degrees in either computer science or engineering with programming and networking courses. I am now employed in the IT industry and teach what I've learned to others in the community.
I exercise patience and try to be easy going. Sessions are relaxed and productive. I understand technical material can be challenging and I try to explain things simply and clearly and I welcome questions. I look forward to he
He Is the nicest teacher and best i have ever had!!
December 5, 2016
This course assumes comfortable knowledge in C/C++ and Java OOP methods, It will use Minecraft as a base development environment with Eclipse for young developers or Android Programming for more experienced professional developers.
For beginning programmers check the Computer Programming course for the starting point in your journey!
With eight years experience at Valencia College and 2 years at University of Central Florida I have experienced a wide variety of students between the ages 7 to 60 years. This experience has enabled me to customize lessons in one to one sessions with each unique student and their unique needs.
My teaching methodologies include plenty of visual aids, simile's, and clear communication with a strong emphasis on Socratic questioning to stimulate critical thought in helping to understand and take control of the information to be learned.
Sessions include visual and auditory components to learning and for students who need kinetic interaction to fulfill their learning process assignments can be assigned or custom problems can be created to be solved with an overview process of what is understood and what needs to be better diagnosed.
Computer Science graduate specializing in Java working towards masters degree and specializing in all ranges of programming tutorials. All ages welcome! My lessons are molded to fit your needs as best they can. My goal is to get you to be confident in starting off with computer programming so that you can pursue whatever goals you have in mind!
I am a Computer Science Graduate working as an Android Developer and teaching for fun! I love helping others improve as well as finding ways to improve myself. I strive to make sure that you learn from your time with me as I have in the past and I am always trying to find new ways to help. My goal is to make sure you are confident in your computer science skills and building applications and what you want with the new skills you have acquired from me. We will learn the basics of Java programming as well as how to build a functional application for Android devices.
I came into this not knowing a single thing about Java and after our first lesson, I had such a better understanding. Collin was able to help me to relate to the different terms and vocabulary and I am excited for our upcoming lessons. It was a great first experience.
February 18, 2018
He explains details very clearly and is a great instructor. I am happy with Mr. Collin.
I have over 15 years of university teaching experience in computer programming. My strongest programming language is Java. My teaching experience includes both introductory and advanced Java courses taught multiple times. I have mastered the basic concepts, such as if-else, loops, and arrays, and I am also familiar with more advanced concepts, such as string methods, inheritance, and GUIs. I will teach you the concepts of Java programming as well as walk through coding examples with you. I can also provide guidance for writing and debugging programs. Boost your programming confidence and get your programming assignments completed by scheduling a one-on-one lesson with me!
I hold a Ph.D in Computer Science and MS degrees in Computer Science and Mathematics. As a university professor and lecturer, I have taught several courses in computer science, computer programming, web development, event-driven programming, data structures, algorithms, and discrete mathematics at the university level for more than 15 years. My experience also includes working as a graduate teaching assistant in both Computer Science and Mathematics. I continue to apply my experience and skills in online tutoring environments.
I continue to learn new topics, programming languages, and web technologies to widen the array of subjects I am able to teach. I enjoy writing a program or designing a webpage and then watching it come to life.
My teaching methods involve detailed step-by-step explanations, working through examples, and live coding and problem solving. I am also skilled in tracking down errors in student programs, as well as suggesting ways to improve coding style and organization. The teaching settings in which I work best are one-on-one interactions with students and online environments.
I live in Hickory, NC and I have enjoyed regularly visiting the mountains of North Carolina and Tennessee. I am eager to work with students online or in-person to facilitate their learning and to encourage them to do their best. Contact me for more information and to schedule a lesson!
I teach basic computer programming with a focus in object oriented programming as well as procedural programming. For any student new to computer science/programming this is exactly where you want to start, as this application of programming is essential in all software. Java itself is especially a great language to start with for new programmers because it is class based and its implementation will inherently strengthen your ability to read and write code; this will later be of great use when transitioning to other languages. What my lessons will do for you is teach you how to write basic programs efficiently, how to write classes, and how to use classes.
Hi my name is Corey, I'm currently a full-time student in the Bay Area. I'm pursuing a degree in Computer Science and I'm a huge nerd when it comes to math and other subjects of science. I have a strong passion for helping other students just like myself excel in their academic goals!
I began tutoring once I got back in school. At first, it started off as a little side gig I didn't I think much of; for me, it was a fun act of kindness that also gave me a chance to better understand material I already knew. It was after I got positive feedback from students when I realized tutoring is something I really enjoy and started taking far more seriously.
As a tutor the most effective approach I found is to first make sure my students have a firm grasp on the first principles involved and expand from there by taking a deeper dive into the
abstract of the concept at hand. I always teach in general notation along with a visual basis as this greatly helps my students better understand the concepts they're learning. From here I transition into individual and situational cases giving my student a chance to show me how well they are understanding the lesson.
The goal I set for myself as a tutor is to be sure that my students understand every topic covered on the same level that I understand it myself. So far in my approach this has shown to be the best method in achieving this goal. Most of the students I've worked with were on the verge of failing their classes and in fact these are the student I like to focus on because it gives me the opportunity to show that my approach to learning works, with everyone of my students finishing out their semester nothing short of a B.
If you're interested in taking one of my lessons and think my approach to learning is something that will work for you, please contact me and let's get that A this semester!
Corey has been the best tutor I've learned from! I started taking lessons with him about half way through a semester that I was taking trig. At this time I had a D in the class and was completely lost during lectures, just after two lessons with him my understanding in trig sky rocketed, I was able to move my grade from a D to a B! There's no way I could've done this without his help!
The following list is by no means comprehensive. If you have additional specific topics you would like to cover, just let me know.
Object Oriented Programming For While Do - Looping If -Then - Switch Statement - Conditionals Variables and Types Arrays and Lists Methods and Functions IDE Setup Try Catch Exception Handling Classes - Setters and Getters
I have a Masters Degree in Information Technology (focus in Cybersecurity) and a Bachelors in Computer Science.
I am an Applications Developer for the United Parcel Service (UPS) and have been employed by them for over a decade.
I have extensive experience training junior developers and tutoring college students in Computer Programming and Mathematics. I am able to communicate and teach in such a way that is clear and unequivocal. I introduce technical terms as we progress and never overwhelm the individual with too much information at one time.
I've taught introductory computer science courses at the college level specifically in Java for several years
Jared Rondeau is an experienced computer science teacher who thrives at teaching students of all skill levels and backgrounds. Jared has taught and served as a teaching assistant for five different courses at both the University of Rhode Island and the University of Massachusetts Amherst over the last five years. During this time, he has serviced well over a thousand students in introductory computer science classes.
Jared graduated as Valedictorian of the University of Rhode Island's Computer Science Class of 2017, earning the University Academic Excellence Award. One year later, he earned the M.S. degree in computer science, and is currently a PhD student in computer science at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. He is currently pursuing a startup related to his published research in artificial intelligence and computer visi
** Teaching Statement **
I believe in carefully crafting a culture of honesty, openness, understanding, and passion for learning among my students. My teaching style involves a great deal of personalization, and my curriculum and learning materials are catered to the student's unique background, circumstances, and short/long term goals. I take pride in my flexibility in adapting to the student, and have found great success in mentoring high school students curious about robotics, college students majoring in computer science, and middle aged adults interested in making a career switch to programming.