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Teaching courses at the college level has taught me that one teaching style does not fit all students. In a college course environment, however, an instructor cannot always stop in the middle of a class to re-frame a lesson to suit the students who just aren't getting the topic. With one-on-one tutoring or even small group tutoring, a tutor has the opportunity to present a topic, check if the student(s) "get it", and if not, try a different approach to the topic on the spot. Tutoring means not going strictly by a syllabus but instead meeting the needs of the student, varying the material and teaching approach as appropriate. Like many other subjects, computer programming invites a variety of approaches to learning. It can be formal, hands-on, puzzle solving, problem solving, or exploratory. Different topics in programming are best suited to particular approaches. For instance, loops are best taught hands-on with plenty of examples to understand their mechanics. However,... read more

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