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Computer Science in the Waldorf curriculum

How should computer science, software engineering or ICT be integrated into the Waldorf curriculum? Steiner-Waldorf education derives from the anthroposophical philosophy of Rudolf Steiner, and ...
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Creating Interactive Gnu/Linux shell programming courses

I am looking to create interactive workbooks that teach the Gnu/Linux terminal to students. This would be presented in such a way that one half of the screen is an interactive terminal, running the ...
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Small to medium scale exercises about Haskell's higher abstractions

Short version: Where can I find highly varying, small or medium-sized exercises and examples on the use, identification and instance declaration of Haskell's abstractions such as applicatives, monads, ...
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Using zyBooks and labs

Has anyone used zyBooks in their classes? I've seen some good comments on the SIGCSE list about them. I would primarily use this in our CS I class (Java) with their lab feature as a way to provide ...
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Which topics should one cover in teaching a course titled “Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning”?

If one has to teach a 15-week course titled "Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning" to the postgraduate students of Electronic Engineering, what topics should one teach? Assume the students ...
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Hardware (cameras, headsets) for TEALS supported classrooms

We have TEALS (a NGO which supports CS education in US with programs that team industry professionals with CS classrooms - both in person and remotely) distance learning support for our CS classes - ...
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Curriculum choice for AP Computer Science A

We are currently researching what curriculum to use/adapt for the 2019-2020 school year. It will be our first year offering AP CSA. The students taking the class will have had 3-7 years of computers ...
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How to limit access to tests on Blackboard?

I need to create tests on Blackboard and customize access time for different groups of students. Anyone knows how to do this?
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How to teach linear programming and reductions?

Do you know any textbook with problems+solutions to support teaching of linear programming and reductions? In particular for: standard and slack forms, formulation of problems as linear programs, ...
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Need review of course content to check for correctness

I am planning a free JavaScript online video series, the first chapter covers the Javascript history and its capabilities. Following is a transcript of the video. I would like it to be reviewed by ...
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Is there a good book for combinatorics for programmers?

The book should be easy to read, or at least average. The level for reading such a book is the MATH and CS school curriculum. It should also be expanded on topics related to CS, and also be narrated ...
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Hackerrank challenges for a programming course: hide code and show only what is relevant?

I'm trying to create a programming competition with personalized challenges for my class, using Hackerrank. The thing is: I need to show only the minimum relevant code to solve the challenge, and ...
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AP Computer Science Principles and Unity

I have taught AP Computer Science A for years, but I have not taught AP Computer Science Principles as of yet. My understanding of the course is that it's quite flexible on terms of languages taught. ...
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Which image rotation libraries use the Paeth algorithm?

I'm teaching linear algebra, and thought I'd show my students Paeth's rotation by shearing algorithm as a nice quick example of matrix manipulations. I'd like to include the information of which ...
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Any website or textbook with problems/solutions for Computer Science Theory?

The course includes: Regular Languages, Context-Free Languages, Turing Machines, Decidability, Reductions, etc. Do you know of any collection of problems/solutions suitable for a senior course?
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Computer Science Theory with Haskell?

Do you know of any courses using Haskell to illustrate Computational Theory topics?
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How do I teach problem solving and logical thinking to students of age group 12-18yrs through online session

I am currently researching some good content/problems to teach my students. I am referring to Mensa's Book on Logical thinking, which has a good amount of puzzles for all age groups. Is there any ...
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Software tool as in Bret Victor's demo

Already last year I encountered the great http://worrydream.com/LearnableProgramming/ and it was much needed fresh air (while I was suffocating in my provided "textbooks": cobbled collections of ...
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Spring core exercices

I'm actually studying (free studying using online books) to pass the Pivotal Spring core certification and i need some exercices (online or pdf) to practice in order to master the framework as well, ...