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For questions about teaching Computer Science at an undergraduate level. Use this tag to clarify the level of the students being taught, but ensure that you provide as much context about their ability and experience in the question.

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That depends entirely on the context of your CS1 course. Are you teaching unit testing suite to your students? If you haven't learned something then how can you use it? If unittest is part of the curr …
answered Jun 21 '17 by Kaneki
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As a student who went through 4 years of undergraduate in computer science, writing all my exams on paper, I do think there are advantages to a paper exam. If you need an IDE to tell you the things …
answered Jun 14 '17 by Kaneki