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Questions with this tag relate to planning lessons for a specific purpose, such as teaching some coding paradigm or skill. Planning lessons in Computer Science depends on the context and level of the students. If it is a lesson which introduces a new topic, the tag [introductory-lesson] may also be appropriate.

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Some project ideas: Implement a very basic programming language. Write the parser for them, but have them manipulate the AST (eval expressions, perform constant folding, etc). (So hey, trees are a t …
answered Apr 17 '18 by Michael0x2a
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I don't think the core issue is that some students are bad at using Stack Overflow -- I view that more as a symptom of a deeper root problem. When somebody doesn't seem to be able to productively ask …
answered Aug 26 '17 by Michael0x2a
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I think your metaphor is currently a bit limited in that it's useful only really in the context of event-oriented programming (and GUIs) and such. After all, delegates are basically anonymous function …
answered Sep 23 '17 by Michael0x2a