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At the beginning of every year I buy the UIL contest packet from the previous year from http://store.uiltexas.org/computer-science/ . UIL is an organization that's over athletic and academic competitions in Texas. Each packet is only $4 and contains around 50 programming problems and 200 multiple choice questions that were used in contests. Sometimes I ...


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Engage CS Edu (https://www.engage-csedu.org/) is another repository, which, like Nifty Assignments, is curated by peer review.


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This is a good opportunity to offer a workshop on using the IDE. The workshop could be useful for multiple courses and classes so that other educators could also benefit from this. On top of it, it could allow the students who already have knowledge with the IDE the opportunity to teach a workshop session and to help other students. The workshop can be ...


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Maybe I'm misunderstanding the question or maybe I keep skipping over a line, but it seems like the question is more about how to help students figure out how to actually use IDEs (what buttons to click, etc) rather than about how to convince them that IDEs are helpful. How you help students adapt to an IDE depends on which IDE it is, but a "cheat sheet" of ...


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I will draw on and supplement my answer pointed to in a comment. The main things you need to create for a course are A syllabus, listing topics and how much time (approximately) you will spend on each one. A list of student activities (exercises and projects) that they will be required to do to learn the material. This is the most important element. A ...


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