I am very experienced with tutoring a variety of different subjects. I like to throw in real world scenarios to explain problems, I also use other great techniques to boost learning in the future such as quizzing (about 5 questions or so) what we went over and more. I also tutor basic knowledge using computers as well as using Microsoft Office products, I have many years experience particularly with Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access. Now for me to clarify more of my experiences with computers, I have built Desktop PC's from scratch, I have serviced many computers, and I am also A+ certified. In order to be A+ certified, I took college courses over Microsoft Office, and how computer hardware and software works. When I tutor basic computer knowledge and Microsoft Office, I tend to go over important concepts, make flash cards if applicable, and quiz students such as writing a few sentences utilizing different features of Microsoft Word, and/or multiple choice quizzes which may vary. Furthermore I also tutor computer programming basics, and more in depth with the Visual Basic, C#, C++, and Java programming languages. My experiences with programming is as follows. I have always wanted to create a video game when I was young, I started writing small scripts in a game design program known as Game Maker at the age 13. By the time I graduated high school, I was very knowledgeable with writing scripts. In my 2nd semester of college, I started learning how to code Windows Forms Applications in Visual Basic with Microsoft Visual Studio. I enjoyed programming so much, I learned how to write C# code in my own free time. I have also taken multiple classes teaching me how to write software in C++ and Java. I actively program and study C++ C# and Java as a hobby. Yes I have a history with computer programming now for the Tutoring... When I tutor students, I like to teach the basics to new students/programmers and guide in the right direction I usually start off with flow charts, but that is totally up to the student. After you know the basics, I like to throw in real world scenarios to accomplish different coding tasks. I also enjoy to write code with students and I explain what each line of code does as we write the code. I also provide students with effective resources to better understand different techniques how to become a better programmer.
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