Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
"We went over the mergesort algorithm in detail with implementation. We also discussed the insertion sort algorithm. The student was catching up with the merge method. He was bright and motivated to learn the topic. He will implement the insertion sort in C++ before our next session."
"We further discussed while, do, and for loops and how they can all be effective if we use the proper if statements. We also started to discuss the syntax of functions being called. I explained the instances where a function can be a variable returning type function or a void function and when it is appropriate for the function to directly return a variable or have the parameters return the variable as a reference."
"We covered doubly linked list with a front and rear pointer. I helped the student with inserting, removing, and finding an item in the list. We also went over friend methods in a class and operator overloads. The new project involves these new concepts and the teacher only covered it briefly."
"Module-27-Arrays and functions The student's attitude was good. Strategies were included for programming practices. Wins: The student was able to complete a tough programming exercise."
"During this session, the student and I went over functions. For an assignment, she had to implement a number guesser program. We worked together on finding ways to make the code as simplistic as possible and easy to read through the use of functions. Throughout this assignment, other principles were reviewed as well, such as loops and the significance of the && and || within a code and how it can affect the outcome. It's really important to know when each of those operations should be used. Overall, this was a great session."
"Concept covered: C++ and Point Object. The student needed clarification on Constructor and operator overloads. We also spent some time debugging the program. While it was a lot for him to take in, he was engaged and cooperative."