My teaching approach is to lay out the general concepts one by one and help piece them together such that the problem solving process becomes apparent to the student. I then have them walk through similar problems and help answer any questions if they get stuck on the way. I've seen this to be the best approach since the students is actively using what they have just learned and can then prove to themselves that they can apply it without any help.
I am a recent graduate student from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in Physics and Applied Mathematics. I've taught over 50 students online over the past 3 years. I specialize in Programming with Python and Astrophysics but continue to broaden the range of my subjects. Over the past 3 years I have had students come to me for lessons in Quantum Computing, Cryptography, Linear Algebra, C++, Java, R, Julia, etc. so please feel free to ask if I can help with a subject I haven't listed.
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