So has the teacher provided you with the course material?
Surely your first step in this is to actually look at the material that the students will be given…
- It takes the school to sign me up
- Not allowed to sign up because of my age
- Money. Extremely expensive, as there is multiple classes taking this.
The book that you mentioned as well I will take a look at. Thanks. If anymore advice you can give me, I will take. Thanks!
The title may sound daunting, but he’s a great teacher and thoroughly covers the basics. The Q&A section is also very active and Wolfgang the mentor responds at least on a daily basis.
It’s one of the few courses that I have managed to stick at from start to completion (25 hours of video) and I did this in the evenings and weekends whilst working fulltime.
You can pick the course up for around $10 on a Udemy sale.
Another guy who comes across as a decent teach is the Net Ninja. You can find the first 6 parts of his course here
Net Ninja - Modern JS
It sounds as though you need to discuss with your teacher what he wants of you, @jcaldwell11. If he expects you to help other students/pupils, he needs to provide more direction than it appears he has offered so far.
But… surely the teacher has to be signed up. Can the teacher not log in (or let you log in) and show you the material?
I find this situation untenable from the teacher’s perspective. They are asking you to learn an entire language for the purpose of assisting students taking a very specific course of instruction.
I’ll take all of your advice. Thing is, yes, the teacher is able to login into this website, in order to watch the students progress, but no, he can’t show me because, and not to be mean to him, he usually is a little bit busy helping them by going over to them and asking questions from the teacher. The students are not able to show me because most of the time, they are at music when I go over there. Sorry if I din’t make my topic a little but clearer or anything, but I’ll try.
I’ll definately look into this.
This topic was automatically closed 91 days after the last reply. New replies are no longer allowed.