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Questions about motivating students to study, participate, or take interest in the field of Computer Science. This tag can be used to ask questions regarding motivating students in the context of Computer Science (e.g. motivating them to self-teach or to work with others etc. as well as motivating them to study Computer Science)

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I concur with the existing answers that every field of study benefits from at least a basic understanding of CS and ability to program, but to give some specific examples: Mathematics CS grew out of …
answered Jun 27 '17 by Peter Taylor
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What can I use to show the usefulness of functional programming? This is the wrong question, and by trying to answer it you're falling into a trap of accepting and reinforcing the students' misun …
answered Aug 28 '17 by Peter Taylor
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Turn-based games where players can drop out (either voluntarily or by losing) before the game is over. At a high level, you have a queue of players. You pop the player from the head of the queue, proc …
answered May 23 by Peter Taylor
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Essential Web - HTML, CSS, Javascript and jQuery. - This is something that is a basic requirement for a lot of jobs where I live. I also believe this is something anybody can learn, even if they …
answered Aug 28 '17 by Peter Taylor
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I want my students to become better speakers, especially in presenting their own work since it is often the loudest speaker who is heard, not necessarily the one with the best ideas. I don't quit …
answered Oct 24 '17 by Peter Taylor