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

iacopomasi (2780 points)
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asked Oct 1, 2021 in News by iacopomasi (2,780 points)
edited Nov 3, 2021 by gabriele.destradis

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)
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answered Oct 2, 2021 by saad rahman (540 points)
Thanks, very helpful !
answered Oct 3, 2021 by Guido.Pitoni (340 points)
Hello, I am one of the tutors.
eduardo_rinaldi (2780 points)
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answered Oct 3, 2021 by eduardo_rinaldi (2,780 points)
Hi! I'm one of the tutors :)
answered Oct 5, 2021 by riccardotittarelli (480 points)
Another tutor here!
1899325 (5730 points)
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answered Oct 6, 2021 by 1899325 (5,730 points)
Thanks, the tutor of the lesson on the 6th October is very nice and helpful!
Lorenzo_Pellegrino (770 points)
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commented Oct 6, 2021 by Lorenzo_Pellegrino (770 points)
first to comment
answered Oct 6, 2021 by aleX (630 points)
Hi i am the last tutor ;)
DGreat (1210 points)
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answered Oct 18, 2021 by DGreat (1,210 points)
It's me! I am Damiano, even if I'm not on that list! :D
Luigi Pizza (6120 points)
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answered Oct 19, 2021 by Luigi Pizza (6,120 points)
edited Oct 20, 2021 by Luigi Pizza

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)
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commented Oct 20, 2021 by DGreat (1,210 points)
Gualandri :)
Quellocinese (2700 points)
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commented Oct 20, 2021 by Quellocinese (2,700 points)
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