When you work with me I'll make sure that I teach you in a teaching style that suits you best - if you like to keep it light and fun, I'll make sure our sessions are not just informative, but entertaining - if you like to be quiet and serious, I'll see to it that everything we do is precise and calculated. I'm here for your betterment, and I love it that way. I realize that every student understands things in their own unique ways, and the beauty in tutoring is creating an experience catered to each individual student.
If you'd like to learn more about me, please check out my LinkedIn profile here --> www.linkedin.com/in/kylebaskin
What I enjoy most about the work I do is watching my students grow their knowledge and use it to their best capabilities on their own. My job isn't to get you to memorize every bit of information about some certain subject, but rather, my job is to give you the tools to be successful. I love when my students thoroughly understand the tools they need to be successful in their subject and with this, they can continue to learn without my help.
Kyle is a great teacher. He is very knowledgeable and fun to work with. If I need more help with Java, you can bet I'll be contacting him!
First I'll get to know them and get comfortable with them - this is important in our relationship, because it opens up lines of communication essential to learning. Next, I'll get a feel for their current knowledge on the subject they'd like to be tutored in. From there, I'll create a custom course plan to help the student progress and gain a mastery over their field. Throughout this process I will create homework problems that the student should complete on their own time (if they want this kind of teaching) that we then will discuss come meeting time.
I charge on a per-session basis. Here are my rates:
1 hour - $40
2 hours - $75
3 hours - $110
"Klass with Kyle" was the name - my close friends had taken a Java class and were struggling in understanding the basic concepts of data structures, and Klass with Kyle was born. On a weekly basis I would sit down with them and give them any and all tips I could to help them not only pass, but excel in their Java class.
Find a teacher that you can easily communicate with - this is the most important aspect of learning how to code. You ARE learning an entirely new language, the same way you learn a foreign language like Spanish, for example. If you have any questions (which you will), it's important that you can ask them to your teacher in a way you'll both understand.