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The curriculum of a Computer Science course is a sequence of planned subjects that the students will be taught in the course. This tag should be used for questions asking for guidance on designing parts of that sequence, the entire sequence or questions related to the preferred order in which to teach subjects. Question relating to a single lesson should NOT receive this tag.

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I don't think there's much point teaching students to write assembly code purely for the sake of it. There are more useful and productive tools / languages / concepts that would be a better use of tim …
answered Jun 14 '17 by pddring
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The easiest way to set the conditions so that they can all be reached continuously in every class period is to make the conditions so easy that all can achieve them with very little effort. However, t …
answered Jul 2 '17 by pddring