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In this session, I primarily covered lists and for loops. This includes discussing different built-in functions Python has for operating on lists, the different format options available when using for loops, and the concepts of multidimensional lists and nested for loops. A preview of recursion, which we shall be going over in more detail in a later session, was shown at the end of our session. The student did not struggle with any of the material and picked things up fairly quickly. There were a couple of syntax issues at times but nothing major. She is clearly interested in the material and was engaged throughout the session. I recommended she practice some more with lists and for loops prior to our next session.
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What concepts did you cover specifically? - Python variable declarations - Python strings, quotes, apostrophes, escape characters - Python commands: print, while, raw_input - Python scripting - Data conversion: int(), float() - Relational operators: ==, <, >, >=, <= What was the student's attitude toward the material that was reviewed? - The student was active and attentive during the whole tutoring session.
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Garden Grove, CA Computer Science tutoring
In this session, we made subtle progress, and we had a lot of progress in comparison to our first session. The student brings a really good attitude to each session. For our next session, our goal is to finish the coding project.
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The student and I spent the entire session trying to gain access to a server he had created through Microsoft Azure. We discovered that the user ID for accessing the site (and creating the database) was not the same as the user ID necessary to connect to the database. He now knows how to find the correct format to put his ID in, as well as many other interesting, unrelated features on Azure's website.
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The student continued to work on the Unity3D platform to create a game. He went through a couple of game tutorials to figure out the fundamentals of making a player move and drawing different components in the game. We spoke a little bit about how to connect scripts to a player or different components as well. Next week, we plan on starting a new game for him.
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Garden Grove, CA Computer Science tutoring
The student has a quiz tomorrow on the fundamentals of Photoshop and Illustrator. I quickly prepared a visual matching quiz, where I listed the icons and names of several tools from the toolbars and had him write in a P if it was only available in Photoshop, an I for Illustrator, a B for both, and an N if it wasn't in either application. He positively crushed it (100%)! He did this so quickly that we had a lot of time left. His mom asked me to help him with an English assignment where he had to fill in an outline of a future job. The form entailed describing the position and its duties, then answering questions such as: What are the steps involved in applying for this job? and What are the job requirements? After completing the rough draft, he created a document and wrote out all of his responses in complete sentences.
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