I want to actually do something to finally start gaining experience with programming and slowly build my portfolio (my planned for my supposed internship this year has been scrapped because of this crisis happening).
And as a way to do that, I thought of teaching someone what I know for a small price. I've read numerous articles about how you teach programming to people/students but I'm still not sure how will I do that... as a college student. I would try it as a part time job for the mean time if ever.
I am aware that I'm already far from the beginner stage but I'm kinda skeptical about it. But I wanna do something right now in order to not waste anytime while school's out.
Is it okay though? What tools do I need to use? Should I just apply for a company that hires part time coding instructors or I should do it on my own?
I'm best with C# and HTML/CSS, but I can also manage with Python and Java. I also know Scratch and Unity since I do game development (a reason why I haven't made any side projects yet!). Not sure which of those can I teach.
I need some advice regarding this. Thank you.