- Levels Taught:
- Beginner, Intermediate
For beginners, I can introduce you to the thought process behind programming. One of the most important lessons when learning is to be able to take a problem and break it into smaller, more manageable problems. To work on this concept, we can start with simple word problems and try to break it into simpler steps.
For college students studying programming in some way (computer science or math majors), or for people that already have some knowledge and just want to improve: something we can do is cover the basics to separate technologies that are used in the industry (version control, task management, etc.). Apart from this, we will discuss what goals you'd like to achieve particularly. Together, we will develop a plan to help you reach those goals.
- Teaches students:
- Ages 12+
- Teaching since:
Music has been a huge part of my life since I was a kid. I started drum lessons when I was in second grade and eventually switched to learning bass in seventh grade. I've been playing bass ever since (so for about ten years now).
In high school, I studied music extensively and worked one-on-one with many of my teachers to gain a better understanding of the subject.
In 2012, I was accepted for Jazz bass performance at UMass Amherst back. After a semester of intense music study, I switched majors and graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science with a focus in Software Engineering.
In high school and in college, I tutored students via an online tutoring portal (similar to TakeLessons). Subjects I've tutored in include 5th grade and 7th grade mathematics, as well as college level music theory.
I look forward to meeting you and learning what it is exactly you wish to improve. I'll do everything I can to help you achieve that goal and hopefully have fun doing it!