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Questions related to introducing a subject, paradigm, concept etc., in a specific lesson. Use this tag only for asking about a specific lesson for introducing a specific subject.

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I reject a lot of the assumptions implicit in the question. Computer science isn't just for geeky or "smart" students. And I don't think it's fair to say that students in other classes are "more expre …
answered Nov 3 '17 by Kevin Workman
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You shouldn't "test" somebody to check whether they're interested in something. You should give them some stuff you think they might enjoy, and you let them decide for themselves. There are a ton of …
answered Aug 11 '17 by Kevin Workman
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You might find some more ideas here: Order to Teach Topics in an Intro Programming Class The order of subjects in beginner's curriculum My approach is designed for Processing, but hopefully it gen …
answered Aug 23 '17 by Kevin Workman
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You could extend (heh) your lesson to include custom painting. Basically, you do this by extending JComponent or JPanel and overriding the paintComponent() function. This is how "real" Swing componen …
answered Jul 19 '17 by Kevin Workman
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I agree with most of the other answers, but I wanted to add another way to look at it: I think one of the biggest downsides of using spreadsheets to introduce programming is that it reinforces a lot …
answered Aug 30 '17 by Kevin Workman