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I am an Adjunct Instructor in Computer Programming at Front Range Community College. I teach intro to programming utilizing Java. This coming Spring 2011 semester beginning in January, I will be teaching a CIS 118(Introduction to PC Applications) section which covers Windows Vista, Microsoft Outlook, Excel, Word, Powerpoint, and Access in addition to my programming class. Also do substitute teaching in the school districts anywhere from grades K-12.
I tutor at Front Range Community College. My subjects are CIS 118(Introduction to PC Applications), CIS 135(Complete PC Word Processing), MAT 030(Fundamentals of Mathematics), MAT 060(Pre-Algebra), MAT 090(Introductory Algebra), MAT 120(Mathematics for the Liberal Arts) English 090(Basic Composition), English 121(English Composition I and English 122(English Composition II).
I was working in the Instructional Design Center on contract for Front Range Community College which provides technology support to mainly our faculty. It was a wonderful experience and I learned a lot about learning management systems, teaching, software, etc.
I have a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science in which I graduated from the University of Arkansas in Little Rock in 1999. Have a strong background in mathematics as well as computers. I have some tutoring experience with computers. Love Math and Computers. Excelled in Math in school as well as college. In college, I made straight A's in my algebra courses and finished at the top of my classes. In other math classes, I made As and Bs. For the most part, math has always come pretty easy for me. Enjoy teaching and is a great satisfaction to see someone learning from my teaching. I adjust to the student in my teaching.
I have a Bachelor of Computer Science degree. Was first exposed to Cobol when I took a beginning to intermediate course and an advanced Cobol course in college. Upon graduating from college, I have had a couple of Cobol programming jobs.
I am a substitute teacher and have taught k-6 grade classes. I would be comfortable in tutoring k-6 graders.
I got into computers into the 1980s when I bought my first one. I took a year long course at a vocational school. A few years later I entered a University and completed a 4 year Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science. Have worked in the computer field for almost 25 years.
I have taught Java at a local community college for two years.
I have worked extensively with the Macintosh for over a year. Am very knowledgeable with the interface and tools it has as well as at the command-line level.
I have worked with Microsoft Access on the job. Since then I have taught Microsoft Access as part of a Microsoft Office Class and now teach a class dedicated to Microsoft Access 2013 at a community college.
I can help you improve your spelling. I have been an excellent speller all of my life. Was taught spelling by phonetics. Growing up, I won numerous spelling bees at the local and state level.
Awesome!!!! — Janet answered my request instantly by phone and was ready and able to help me! She created templates for me in Word from samples I had given her and all of them turned out absolutely perfect and exactly as I wanted! Her turnaround time was phenomenal! I highly recommend Janet for any of your needs! ...
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