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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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However, every year, I find a small number of students who just don't seem to get it. They get through, but the CS major program becomes harder and harder for them as their four years go by. Must i …
answered Oct 31 '17 by Flater
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What are healthy, productive ways to encourage students to progress to more advanced constructs as opposed to staying with the familiar? I would say that it's the educator's main goal to showcase …
answered Apr 11 '18 by Flater
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Abstract definitions are a deep rabbit hole. To illustrate the point: First attempt Imagine a non-English speaker trying to read the dictionary. First word: Aardvark. A nocturnal badger-sized burrow …
answered Jan 8 by Flater