Samuel Cornet React.JS, Frontend Developer
I take pleasure in teaching. From there, I have discovered several methodologies to boost the learner to adapt faster and intelligently (programming is a matter of intelligence). One of the methodologies I use is that I focus on the learner. I empathize. For instance, I keep in mind the following:
- What does it mean to 'teach someone how to program'?
- I set up my teaching environment and ask the learner to do the same (if it is an online session). If not, I set the environment teaching.
- Depending on the learner, I may choose to work backward from his/her goals, or forward.
- I create real-world projects that are related to the learner's goal.
- I give the learner homework and encourage him/her to do them.
- I figure out the learner's learning style.
- I introduce a new tool/language/framework to the learner one at a time.
That being said, lots of my students have reached success and are currently flying with their wings in the professional world.
Ruby on Rails (Beginner-Intermediate)
HTML and CSS (Beginner-Intermediate)
Nov, 2020) at Activeh, Port-au-Prince
Teaching React from zero to intermediate, including HTML and CSS.
WebDriverIO (v5) - Selenium WebDriver Using Node.js and More! (Mar, 2020–Mar, 2020) from Udemy
React Native E2E Testing iOS App with Detox, (Sep, 2019–Sep, 2019) from Udemy
Full-stack Web Development (Jul, 2019–May, 2020) from Microverse Remote School for software developer
Computer Science (Jun, 2013–Apr, 2018) from University of the People, California–scored 2.99
There may or not be some variation. we can talk about this more.