I am a specialist Computer Science tutor/teacher with more than 20 years experience of private tutoring and teaching class based students. I hold a Degree and Masters Degree in Computer Science. I'm fully conversant with all exam board specifications including AQA, OCR, WJEC, EdExcel, IGCSE, Cambridge International, etc.
The subject I teach is my hobby. I have extensive experience of providing online tuition to students all around the UK, Europe and as far as Hong Kong.
Connecting and having a rapport with the student is key. I have two aims, one is to teach the topic within the specification. The other, more important, is to develop the student's confidence.
In addition, I am a full member of The Tutors Association. This is a professional body that ensures best practices and ethics by members.
Myles's last completed Computing job with Helen: 1-2 hrs/week - Looking for a tutor to get my son a grade 4 or above in his GCSE exams this summer. He just scored a 3 in his mocks but managed 5 and above in all other subjects. The strange thing is that the class has all suffered with the current teacher and he wants to move into a computing career. Thanks!
Myles's last review in Computing from Helen: CS Great tutor, pleasure working with him
Firstly, it is crucial with exam based subjects that a tutee should target qualified teachers (with QTS) as they have conversed with the current changes that have taken place with GCSE and A-Levels. They are aware of syllabus amendments and have a range of tools to support how to interpret command verbs within the exam.
I am a qualified teacher (with QTS) that has over 10 years leading several departments in Computing, Business, ICT and Design across a range of qualifications and exam boards. As a result of this and exam board work (working as an exam marker), I feel I understand what is required to pass the exams.
The exam board experience stems over a range of exam boards (OCR, Pearsons, AQA and CIE) completing a variety of roles, from verifying coursework to exam marking and leading exam markers.
Both teaching and exam board commitments compliment each other, seeing the teaching misconceptions and to get the exam marks, with great success in my teaching.
I have a good understanding of assessment needs to qualify for the higher Level questions in exam papers which have proven successful (primarily focusing on the command verbs in the question) which can be a focus within the online lessons.
I have over 12 years' experience in teaching and tutoring in Computer Science, from age 9 all the way through to Master's degree. Within Computer Science I have been able to support not only with developing a range of programming skills but also the theory of computer science.
Peter's last completed Computing job with Srija: Over 2 hrs/week - Want help with my AQA computer science project. Doing exam this year May. Aim to get A*/A.
My tuition style is based on the recognition and understanding that each student has their own way of achieving their highest possible results. I fully recognise that in private tuition, the student does not have to compromise and can get the best tutor to suit their individual needs. I try to accommodate the very busy and restrictive schedules of both parents and students, including boarding school students and distance universities. My aim is always to try to help the students achieve their targets.
Yoram's last completed Computing job with Ada: 1-2 hrs/week - I am looking to get a better grade for my GCSE Computer Science exam.
I have successfully taught all subjects I am offering up to and including A Level. Experienced with AQA, OCR, Edexcel, and Eduqas. As a senior leader I have coached and mentored new and experienced teachers giving me a deep understanding of teaching methodologies. Skilled in differentiating learning, my student-centred approach ensures all students make progress. I am dedicated to developing the passion for lifelong learning in others.
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What you can expect from tutorials with me:
Concise, clear explanations: You will end each tutorial confident in your understanding of the topic. You will be able to answer related exam questions, apply concepts in coursework assignments and see how different topics fit in the greater picture.
A tailored program: Whether you want to spend time revising a particular topic, practicing exam questions or discussing a particular topic more in depth, tutorials will be designed to suit your needs.
An hands on approach: At the end of each tutorial, I will send you further material to practice and revise the material covered. Ahead of the following tutorial, I will then correct your work and provide useful feedback. This can take the form of written questions, past papers, programming assignments, etc.
I am looking forward to hearing from you!
Dario's last completed Computing job with Mary-Margaret: 1-2 hrs/week - My son is taking AP Computer Science - Java Programming. Anyone with experience in the AP system would be good. He'd need it starting immediately - the AP test is in early May but he is having classroom tests now.
As a faciliatator, I consider myself fortunate enough to have the responsibility to bridge the gap between young learners and teachers. To achieve this, I allow my learners to say whatever comes to their mind a question is asked. This is not possible unless there is an environment that gives respect to everyone’s thoughts no matter where it stands in terms of knowledge and understanding of the subject-specific topics. When the learners feel the freedom of voicing their opinions it brings them to their zone of proximal development, a suitable environment to facilitate teaching and learning.
As a facilitator, I keep myself updated with all the subject-specific knowledge and details in terms of assessment and delivery of the course-specific content. This is very crucial for the learners to have confidence in my abilities and knowledge to deliver the subject I facilitate. At the same time, I also spend a considerable amount of time in knowing the abilities and potential of my learners to guide them effectively no matter how difficult the scenario be.
Computer Science tutor and instructor with more than 9 years of experience in teaching programming to students from secondary to undergraduate levels. Always looking to equip the learners with the algorithms, problem solving and coding skills to analyse, design and develop efficient and robust programming solutions.
Teach and train with hands-on practical lessons on the following methodologies and programming languages:
Object Orientation, SOA, Spring, Struts, Maven
Java (SE, EE, JSP, JSTL, Tomcat)
Python (Django, Flask, Jupyter, Data Analysis, Machine Learning, Deep Learning)
R (Data Analysis, ML, Statistics)
C# and C++ (Desktop and Web Apps)
DBMS (MySQL, SQLite, Oracle, PostgresSQL & some others)
I've more that 1000 hours of one-to-one experience, helping students with Python and Data Science
I also teach Python for data science courses to companies and groups. One of my notable clients was "Shell Trading and Supply" where I taught a class of around 30 students from various backgrounds
For most of my time at King's College London (almost 6 years), I was a teaching assistant for 3 undergraduate computer programming modules (where I really fell in love with programming for science!)