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For questions related to using Windows operating system in teaching, as well as teaching its usage in computer science.

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If I had to do it I would run Debian Gnu/Linux on each machine, and then run Microsoft's Windows in Virtual-box. I would then use Virtual-box's snap-shotting tool to reset MS-Windows every time a … student logs off. Price: zero; Cost: probably some training of IT support staff; Time to restore: near zero, the time it takes MS-Windows to boot. though you could take the snapshot after boot, to …
answered Nov 12 '18 by ctrl-alt-delor
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It seems that you are not teaching a subject, but training in the use of a tool. First ask what is your objective. Is it to train in this tool, or to teach computing principles. Then in either case, …
answered Oct 13 '17 by ctrl-alt-delor
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I was today thinking of creating a UI heavy program. It would be some sort of logic game. A possible 1st GUI program could be lights-out. It is mostly GUI, with a little logic ( as a bonus you could e …
answered Aug 17 '17 by ctrl-alt-delor