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Questions about CS teaching to high school level students. This should be used when the context or level of the answer or question is that of high school students. In many cases, an AP tag is more appropriate because AP classes are typically taught in high school.

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If you're able to discuss some relatively complex mathematics (compared to what you might generally teach at this level), artificial neural networks are fascinating to discuss and work with. Ever wan …
answered Jun 28 '17 by Aurora0001
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In an ideal world, helping a student to find a passion in CS would be great. But for some people, a subject conflicts so much with their abilities and interests that it's not likely they'll ever enjoy …
answered Jul 1 '17 by Aurora0001
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You need to help your students develop algorithmic thinking, I would think. As wythagoras mentions, there isn't really an easy way to teach this—like many skills, it is best developed by practising, d …
answered Jun 30 '17 by Aurora0001
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Introduce test-driven development. TDD and agile methods of development are very popular at the minute, and for good reason — you know, ahead of time, exactly what each part of the program must achie …
answered Jun 20 '17 by Aurora0001
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There are all sorts of things you could cover — machine learning is an extremely interesting and growing field, with many different approaches and tools you could explore. Some of the more popular ta …
answered Jan 17 '18 by Aurora0001
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If your students are mathematically inclined, you could simply think of the variable type as a constraint on the value contained inside of it. For example: int represents $x \in \mathbb{Z}$ (and de …
answered Jul 1 '17 by Aurora0001