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First of all, thank you for considering giving a tutorial in PyCon Taiwan 2021.
Generally speaking, Good tutorials possess most of the traits good talks have. The most discernible differences of a tutorial from a talk are the hands-on nature and the longer duration. By longer duration, generally more content is required and it should remain interesting and keep the attendees awake and hyped even after hours of lecture and exercises. By containing hands-on exercises, the experience of teaching coding to people is necessary. You might also need teaching assistants who you should be able to comfortably communicate during the tutorial, usually at least two teaching assistants for a general class size of 20 people is needed.
Both differences require many times of practice and experience. Therefore, a tutorial speaker usually satisfies at least one of the following prerequisites:
We might ask you to give the tutorial to the community before the conference if you lack the experience.
The length of the tutorial is 1 hour and 30 minutes.
In our previous experiences, tutorials with a length of 6 hours are exhausted for both instructors and students, students usually find it difficult to consistently follow in the second half of the tutorial. Full-day tutorials require a relatively experienced instructor, thus the length of the tutorial is 1 hour and 30 minutes this year. We strongly recommend you to clearly define prerequisites and goals, which helps building the best learning experience.
Tutorials are held in parallel with the main conference, therefore, the classroom would be outside of the venue.
No additional charge.
The easiest and the best answer: Go speak and involved in the local Python communities!
If you have any questions or suggestions, please don’t hesitate to contact us.