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Receive personally tailored Computer Science lessons from exceptional tutors in a one-on-one setting. We help you connect with in-home and online tutoring that offers flexible scheduling and your choice of locations.

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Computer science is not just about writing computer programs and building computers. It involves sorting algorithms, data structures, and computer architecture. The digital age of today is in need of computer scientists and because of such, students who study computer science have a wide range of prospects open to them upon graduating. Because of these prospects, many students are choosing to enter into the field of computer science and pursuing degrees such as software systems developers, computer systems engineers, or network system administrators. Some students choose to take a computer science course not to pursue a degree in the field but to learn how computers and software work. Computer science courses may integrate logic, problem-solving, and artistic creativity making them easy to apply to the real world. If you are taking a computer science course and are finding that terms like cryptography, number theory, and semaphore are difficult for you to comprehend, then call the Varsity Tutors educational directors in Miami to find an expert computer science tutor today.

A computer science tutor in Miami, FL, may offer you a more individualized, engaging, and structured learning experience then you may receive from the normal classroom setting. The one-on-one instruction allows you to ask questions as soon as they arise, as well as receive immediate feedback as you study. Sessions with your tutor may be flexible and may take place at a location of your choosing, such as your school's computer lab or in the comfort of your own home. Face-to-face online sessions may be scheduled at your convenience as well. Whatever your needs are, rest assured that our educational directors may help you find a skilled, independent tutor near Miami who may guide you on the path toward computer science understanding.

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Session Summaries by Computer Science Tutors

Computer Science Tutoring review by Matthew in Miami, FL
We continued to work through issues that the student had for the final assignment, based on a small section of tasks assigned from the overall specifications provided by the professor.
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Computer Science Tutoring review by Wesley in Miami, FL
Today we started the class with having the kids showing me their vocab lists and reviewing them, then adding new words - event and persistence - and their application to programming. I had them watch a video of an Xbox programmer talking to them about game consoles and what events are for game programming and design. Afterwards, we went into a hands on activity to teach the kids what events are. I used basic classroom rules, such as raising their hands, eliciting my attention, thus making me call on them, which elicits their answers to be vocalized, as an example of events and event sequences. Then I showed on my screen a diagram of buttons that the kids got to decide elicited what event, and then they had to do those tasks when I pointed to one of the buttons. We then went into actual event programming and then the kids got to make their own storyboards and mini-games.
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Computer Science Tutoring review by Heather in Miami, FL
Today, I helped the student learn some components to Windows 8 and Microsoft Explorer so she can understand how to manage and implement upcoming projects. She and I will meet again at the end of the week to continue this process. During that time, I will assess any successes and concerns she's faced since the first session. She was wonderful to work with.
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Computer Science Tutoring review by Nicolas in Miami, FL
The student and I used this week's session to review some core aspects of inheritance and work on his latest lab assignment. I had him step through a short example with me first, which seemed to help clarify things a good deal. Then we broke his assignment up into the prescribed pieces and solved each one. He said he felt stuck at a few points, but he had a noticeably easier time with the problem (generating arbitrary polygons) once we began drawing things out on an engineering pad.
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Computer Science Tutoring review by Elliot in Miami, FL
A large part of this session was dedicated to the subject of recursion. I wanted to be sure that he understood this challenging idea before utilizing it. Once we discussed recursion, we delved into one of his labs. Once again, this lab utilized graphical components. As with our previous sessions, I encouraged the idea of "fiddling" with the established code. One of the greatest tools a programmer can have is the willingness to experiment with different aspects of their code. Learning programming becomes much more interesting and "doable" if you feel comfortable utilizing this technique. Following this, we talked about how to use overloading to solve his second lab assignment.
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Computer Science Tutoring review by Jasmine in Miami, FL
Today the student and I continued to go over lists, list methods, and named tuples. He is beginning to retain this information, and we will continue review on Saturday. I plan on emailing him extra practice this week - once named tuples and lists are mastered we will continue with control statements.
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