👋 Teachers! Introduce yourself here


(Nihebe) #1508

Hi everyone,
I’m a teacher from Germany, teaching in a Bachelor’s and Master’s program for Medical Informatics. I decided to bring a more structured way in our program for teaching professional versioning – and what could be more suited than GitHub? :wink:

I’m excited how this will work, but for now the supporting materials for teachers look very promising.

Thanks for having me here!


(Bouakkez Anouar) #1509

Hey Teachers ,
My name is anouar bouakkez I teach web developement and I’m glad to be a part of this program


(Aleksandr Pavlov) #1511

Hi everyone,

I’m Alexander Pavlov, and we’re using GitHub Classroom for a first-year programming course at North-Eastern Federal University. We use it both in class and for homework. I’ve used manual grading so far, but am looking forward to hook up Travis CI for automated tests and grading this year.

Wish everyone fun teaching,
Cheers!


(Dixsie Wolmers) #1512

Hi, I’m Dixsie! I am a middle school science teacher in Central Texas. I teach teenagers HTML, CSS, and JS. I joined this community to find more resources to use to teach my students web development.


(Abednego Edet) #1513

Hi everyone,
My name is Abednego Edet (asapabedi) a graduating student from Nigeria, I teach web development to newbies and enthusiast from my territory, I wish to use this programme and community for the best,
Happy teaching and cheers :slight_smile:


(Majid03) #1514

Hello,

I’m Majid. I teach Programming for Internetworking Applications at Dalhousie University in Halifax. We using python as our primary coding language and github classrooms for both class work assignments and quizzes.

GitHub Classroom is amazing!


(John Morada) #1515

Hello. My name is John Morada. I am a faculty member in the CS Department of my alma mater, The American University. I teach a course, CSC-589, on advanced compute topics and specifically targeted at Agile and DevOps. My course is really more a practicum than theory. We do touch upon the principles and methods in the very beginning but the dive quickly in to the automation powering the DevOps pipeline.


(AJAEGBU SHEDRACK IWUCHUKWU) #1516

Hello.
I am Ajaegbu Shedrack from Nigeria. I teach students web dev and am glad to be part of this great community.


(Brovich Kennisond) #1517

Hi everyone!
I’m Donna. I am teaching AP Computer Science Principles this year and I started a First Tech Challenge Robotics Team this year at an inner city high school in North Florida. I have been teaching Math for about 12 years. Before that I was a COBOL/CICS/DB2 Programmer/Analyst and Database Administrator. I am excited to be getting back into computer science and coding, but a LOT has changed! I look forward to being the lead learner in my classroom and on the team, and hopefully inspiring a future generation of innovators.


(Arephillips) #1518

I’m Arelthia. I teach Web Design I (Web Technologies) and Computer Science Principles in Dallas Texas. For the past two years my Web Design I students have used BitBucket. I am happy that I stumbled upon GitHub for education. I’m looking forward to the advantages of using the GitHub classroom.


(Cfcortesmx) #1519

Hi all!

I am Carlos from the University of Colima in México. I have been teaching programming for almost 15 years, but this is the first semester I am using git hub classroom for assignments and exams for my students!


(LarreaMikel) #1520

Hello!
I am Mikel form the University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU). I plan to integrate git in Industrial Informatics class.

Thank you!


(Silas Omurunga) #1521

Hey,
My name Silas Omurunga, I am a software developer am glad to be here.
Looking forward to teach my student how best to use GitHub

I am from Kenya, my GitHub handle @Simbadeveloper

My interest include volunteering, travel , community development and listening to music.


(Mr Hoiska) #1522

My name is Craig Hoiska. I teach AP CS Principles at Ashwaubenon High School in Green Bay WI.


(Chris Fleischl) #1523

Greetings! My name is Chris and I coach the FIRST Tech Challenge robotics team for Dwight-Englewood School in Englewood, NJ.


(Ipiongg) #1524

hello, Scott
I’m Samuel, Graphic Design.
My git is Ipiongg
I live in Brazil
My interets is reading, game and sleep hahahaha.


(Fredcho) #1525

Hello!

I’m a Computer Science teacher in Toronto, Canada. My background was in Physics and Math, but I’m really enjoying teaching CS. Git is new to me, so this is why I’m here!

Cheers,
Fred


(Dawid Zalewski) #1526

Hi, my name is Dawid and I’ve been a teacher for one year now. I teach Java, C++ and Data Structures / Algorithms courses. I’m interested in digital education and how it can help improving the students’ outcomes.


(David Cohen) #1527

Hi, I am a university teacher at Royal Holloway, University of London. I teach java using Lejos - so the first years in groups get to build and play with Lego robots. I also teach Software Engineering to our second years.
For myself I really enjoy making and programming gadgets aand have written some pieces of fun educational software - best is the BYOI (Build Your own Internet) whcih (of course) is on the github account @cyclingProfessor - I do a lot of miles by bike and own no car.


(Awagne30) #1528

Hello Teachers!

My name is Amber Wagner. I am the director and assistant professor of the newly formed Applied Computer Science program at Birmingham-Southern College in Birmingham, Alabama. It’s a Liberal Arts institution, which matches me quite well as I’m a CS advocate, previous developer, and dancer at heart.

I used GitHub at a previous institution for a senior project course, and it worked extremely well. I’m looking forward to using it again at Birmingham-Southern College for undergraduate research projects and the senior capstone course. Any suggestions for best results are greatly appreciated!

Looking forward to being part of this community again!