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[NEWS] Teaching Assistants (tutor) for Programming and Programming Lab

iacopomasi (2780 points)
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Dear folks,

This is to present the teaching assistants (tutor) for Programming and Programming Lab

Tutors are a very important resource that complements our teaching activity and offers additional support you may need in practice.

The tutors' task is to:

- helping students with installations / set up / debugging / providing clarifications on topics
- provide clarifications or help on q2a if we teachers do not arrive on time.
- later on, help the students to practice solving exam exercises


I leave the tutors the freedom to organize the work as they wish (remote or in presence).

You can talk to them in English.

The tutors' emails are:

Alessandro Monteleone - monteleone.1883922@studenti.uniroma1.it 
Eduardo Rinaldi - rinaldi.1797800@studenti.uniroma1.it 
Guido Pitoni - pitoni.1759142@studenti.uniroma1.it 
Gabriele De Stradis - destradis.1947850@studenti.uniroma1.it
Riccardo Tittarelli - tittarelli.1883338@studenti.uniroma1.it 
Damiano Gualandri - gualandri.1892871@studenti.uniroma1.it 

They should also be registered here on q2a but I don't know their nicknames.

As soon as they read the post they can comment below to introduce themselves.

Thanks,

8 Answers

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saad rahman (540 points)
0 0 3
by (540 points)
Thanks, very helpful !
by (340 points)
Hello, I am one of the tutors.
eduardo_rinaldi (2780 points)
7 16 25
by (2.8k points)
Hi! I'm one of the tutors :)
by (480 points)
Another tutor here!
1899325 (5730 points)
0 0 15
by (5.7k points)
Thanks, the tutor of the lesson on the 6th October is very nice and helpful!
Lorenzo_Pellegrino (820 points)
2 5 10
by (820 points)
first to comment
by (630 points)
Hi i am the last tutor ;)
DGreat (1210 points)
7 11 23
by (1.2k points)
It's me! I am Damiano, even if I'm not on that list! :D
Luigi Pizza (6120 points)
11 20 65
by (6.1k points)
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Hi,

I'm asking this because the post wan't all that clear. The line "I leave the tutors the freedom to organize the work as they wish (remote or in presence)." refers to:

  1. the third task: "help the students to practice solving exam exercises".
  2. third and first task.
  3. In general, if we need any help.

Thank you.

.

By the way, here is a list of all the tutor's pages and nicknames:

Alessandro Monteleone -  https://q2a.di.uniroma1.it/user/aleX

Eduardo Rinaldi - https://q2a.di.uniroma1.it/user/eduardo_rinaldi

Guido Pitoni - https://q2a.di.uniroma1.it/user/Guido.Pitoni

Riccardo Tittarelli - https://q2a.di.uniroma1.it/user/riccardotittarelli

Damiano Gualandri - https://q2a.di.uniroma1.it/user/DGreat 

DGreat (1210 points)
7 11 23
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Gualandri :)
Quellocinese (2700 points)
2 4 22
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I think it just means the tutors aren't assigned a specific method to organize the their tutoring in general, like choosing to meet students in presence or in remote or the methods used to explain stuff. They have a margin of freedom