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The curriculum of a Computer Science course is a sequence of planned subjects that the students will be taught in the course. This tag should be used for questions asking for guidance on designing parts of that sequence, the entire sequence or questions related to the preferred order in which to teach subjects. Question relating to a single lesson should NOT receive this tag.

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The answer here, as it seems to be so often, is "it depends." The courses you've compared are comparing apples to oranges. Which are you trying to make, apple juice, or orange juice? You have to selec …
answered Jul 28 '17 by Gypsy Spellweaver
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A good method will involve all three modes, in combination with each other. The mode will depend on the objective of the demo and the size of the code. If the students are not touch typists, there's g …
answered Jun 6 '17 by Gypsy Spellweaver
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If the students in this course are the same ones, or similarly educated, that finished the last course, you could be over thinking the issue. They don't yet have the exposure to know they want to beco …
answered May 30 '17 by Gypsy Spellweaver
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Some ideas to ruminate on. With you as the guest in another department, thoughts are: $\LaTeX$ presented to a writing class, preferably one where they've already had to submit three or more papers …
answered Jun 15 '17 by Gypsy Spellweaver
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Rather than trying to motivate the students, or the reluctant ones, to progress into using your new tool (foreach after for), and finding a new motivating example every time, try to motivate them to b …
answered Apr 10 '18 by Gypsy Spellweaver
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I suppose the design of the curriculum revolves around the goal. If the objective is to prepare students to enter the field as researchers, then the balance needs to favor the research that's active …
answered May 31 '17 by Gypsy Spellweaver
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I learned to program a long time before I'd ever heard of "Big O Notation" or any other formal analysis of algorithms, asymptotic or otherwise. Three plus decades into my programming, I read a book b …
answered Mar 27 '18 by Gypsy Spellweaver
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Somebody is going to be spending some money. From the question, it seems that the school has not set up a lab environment for the course. Your purchase of Pis was a good move in the right direction. …
answered Dec 28 '18 by Gypsy Spellweaver