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About Jean-Marc J.

Skokie, IL

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Learn the Python programming language with me! $15 group sessions also available.

About Jean-Marc
I am now offering group lessons for an extremely low price compared to the private lessons cost.

The price is $20 per 1 hour of group lessons
(private lessons are $50 per 1 hour).

So that's $20 vs. $50 (60% discount)

Please use the "Ask Jean-Marc a Question" button to message me and get the details or let me know that you are interested.

Hi, there! My name is Jean-Marc and I can't wait to meet you! I'm a software engineer. I have been teaching computer technology lessons since 2007 and have loved helping my students excel in programming, web development, and productivity programs. I went to The University of Wisconsin and earned a degree in Computer Science in 2017. My teaching style is patient, thorough and detail oriented. I look forward to helping you reach your goals!

Microsoft Access
Microsoft Excel
Microsoft Word
Microsoft Powerpoint
Microsoft Windows
Justin F. March 17, 2018
· Python · Online
William March 3, 2018
· Computer Programming · Online
Could not ask for more!
Kjersti February 20, 2018
· SQL · Online
Jean-Marc was very helpful in walking me through SQL queries for a course that I am taking; he helped me to address the questions while also providing insight into the structure of SQL functions.
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Jean-Marc J.

Jean-Marc J.

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$30 / 30-min

About Bill L.

Chicago, IL
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Self-taught software engineer with experiences in autonomous vehicles, high-frequency trading, and cybersecurity. I am also currently attending a top 10 computer science Masters program at Georgia Tech specializing in machine learning/artificial intelligence to fill in the gaps in my knowledge.

I know firsthand how difficult it is to learn programming whether you are a total newbie, or a budding intermediate, but I have overcame these challenges myself and will guide you to overcome them too. I also have 3 years of tutoring experience, which will surely come in handy!

About Bill
I have always been a self-studier in my entire life. Being able to learn with just books and your brain is a crucial skill to have! However, I know not everyone (and sometimes even myself) have the di
scipline and motivation to keep going during hard times. This is where a tutor would come in handy.

I enjoy tutoring and helping other overcome problems that I have encountered myself because it enhances my own understanding and makes me happy that my self-studying is helping others. Sometimes, my students even bring up alternative ways of thinking that I have never thought of before!
Patrick December 21, 2017
· Algebra 2 · In studio
Bill's tutoring made a big difference in my child's math grades. He simplifies math concepts and reinforces good study techniques
Meg December 8, 2017
· Piano · In home
I thought piano was going to be impossible to learn for me because I have bad hand-eye coordination. Somehow Bill is able to motivate me to work with me despite my slowness until I am able to start advancing on my own.
Margaret November 25, 2017
· Violin · In home
Used to play a little violin when I was young and want to get back into it. Although I forgot almost everything, Bill made the transition really smooth and easy to understand. We also created a daily practice routine together and discussed how to practice without becoming frustrated.
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Bill L.

Bill L.

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$29.99 / 30-min

About AHMED E.

Anaheim, CA
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About Ahmed
I do not see teaching as simply repeating what has been already detailed in text books and lectures. Everyone’s mind is different and thus everyone has a unique perception to understanding one issue o
r another. Things are better illustrated with an example.

A while back, there was a television show hosted by a T.V. personality named Monty Hall. In the show, Monty presented a contestant with 3 closed doors. Behind one door was a new car. And behind each of the other two doors was a goat. The contestant had the option to choose one door so as to win the new car.

The probability that a car was behind door 1 or door 2 or door 3 was the same, about 33.33%. Let us say that the contestant picked door 1. Monty would then open one of the other two doors that were not chosen by the contestant. There were 3 terms in the game: 1) Monty knew what was behind each door; 2) Monty cannot open the door that was already chosen by the contestant; 3) Monty would only open a door that hides a goat.

Let us say Monty opened door 3 revealing a goat. Monty then asked the contestant if the contestant would like to switch to door 2 or keep his original choice of door 1. Contestants would be bewildered not knowing really what to do. Was it better to keep the originally choice or was it better to switch or it would make no difference whether to keep the original choice or switch?

Meet Marilyn vos Savant. Marilyn wrote a column called “Ask Marilyn” in a newspaper called Parade. Marilyn was known for having one of the highest recorded IQ. A reader sent Marilyn a letter asking her if it was better to switch or not to switch. Marilyn stated in her column that a contestant should switch since switching doubled the contestant’s chances of winning. Many of Marilyn’s readers erupted in protest including readers with Ph.D., mathematicians, and academicians. Most people believed that the probability that a car was behind door 1 or door 2 was the same of 50%.

This became known as The Monty Hall Problem or The Monty Hall Paradox. Articles and books were written over this problem. Actually Marilyn was right and this was proven using computer simulation. Yet until today many people cannot understand that switching doubles the chances of winning.

At first glance this paradox might seem irrelevant to teaching. But I think it does. This paradox tutor the mind in the subject of structured thinking which is very important in learning.
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About Kristopher R.

Philadelphia, PA

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I've been programming and scripting with Python for over 4 years. Python has become a go-to tool for me. Both in my personal hobbies and my professional work, I use Python daily to automate various tasks. Tasks like keeping track of money owed or creating multiple choice quizzes, to pulling very particular information out of a set of data are just a few things you can automate using Python.

With Python, almost anything you want to automate, you can do it. Let's schedule a lesson today.

About Kristopher
I am a professional Microsoft and Python programming technologist with almost 10 years of teaching experience. I graduated from West Chester University of Pennsylvania with a Bachelors of Science in C
omputer Science. 3 years later, I graduated from Boston University with a Masters of Science in Computer Information Systems.

I am equally passionate about computer technology and teaching. I strive to get the best out of my students that want the best from themselves. I teach people of all ages and from all different backgrounds.

The biggest takeaway from teaching is that children and adults, alike, learn better when actively engaged. My lessons are built upon active engagement strategies rather than boring lectures and slideshows.

My experience in the private sector as a Microsoft and Python professional is integral in keeping up with the evergreen nature of these technologies. My experience plus a natural gift of teaching and being able to simplify seemingly complex technology are what keep my students wanting to learn more. Let's schedule a lesson today!
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Kristopher R.

Kristopher R.

Philadelphia, PA 19145
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$60 / 30-min

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