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Questions with this tag relate to planning lessons for a specific purpose, such as teaching some coding paradigm or skill. Planning lessons in Computer Science depends on the context and level of the students. If it is a lesson which introduces a new topic, the tag [introductory-lesson] may also be appropriate.

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My students are knowledgeable about Java but need to know something about Regular Expressions. Many students find them difficult and intimidating. The students don't need to know every detail, but do …
asked Aug 5 '17 by ItamarG3
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As is often the case, there is usually more than one way to approach a problem or task. Currently, my students use what they were taught in the lessons (which is expected). When they stumble upon a …
asked May 27 '17 by ItamarG3
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This year I am planning to shift from teaching Swing for graphics, to teaching JavaFX. As JavaFX ideally uses the MVC design pattern, I thought it would help students understand how to use JavaFX if t …
asked Jun 14 '17 by ItamarG3
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Students building websites in a high-school computer science major (using HTML, javascript, jsp and MySQL) don't seem to understand the dangers of SQL injections. I try to explain that unchecked SQL s …
asked Jun 27 '17 by ItamarG3
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I recently noticed that <marquee> has been deprecated from html according to this site. From this answer on Stack Overflow, the marquee replacement is made from CSS. The explanation given to the chang …
asked Jul 30 '17 by ItamarG3
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As a pilot project (which was delayed by an incredible amount, seeing as it's starting 8 weeks after it was meant to), my school grouped together a few kids (high school, they know basic OOP and work …
asked Dec 19 '17 by ItamarG3
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I am trying to think of a lesson plan about html, and I am looking for a good way to explain the concept of the structure of an html file. I was wondering whether the subject would be better understo …
asked May 24 '17 by ItamarG3
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I am preparing to teach students python, in addition to java. Usually, I test a proof of concept (POC) of my teaching with a handful of students, so as to know if my lesson plans are good (I teach t …
asked Jun 24 '17 by ItamarG3
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While trying to teach myself the topic of reinforcement learning, I find many sites, books, people and other resources with information about that subject. (I am trying to learn the subject from those …
asked Jul 11 '17 by ItamarG3
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After teaching Priority Queues, I want to give the students some notion of what it looks like when they are used in code. I have two approaches and I am unsure about which would serve my goal better: …
asked Jun 24 '17 by ItamarG3
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After teaching inheritance and implementation (implements vs extends in Java) and overriding methods and basic OOP (classes and interfaces), as well as polymorphism (up/downcasting) I want to give the …
asked Jun 3 '17 by ItamarG3