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Great question! I went through the same dilemma as you. After reading multiple perspectives on database normalization, I condensed my learning into the article at https://bkmjournal.wordpress.com/2010/07/29/database-normalization-as-i-remember-it/. One suggestion I have for you is to make students "measure" the cost of a denormalized schema by executing ...


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Note: I'm conflating teacher/mentor in the answer as it applies to both, albeit to slightly different degrees. A teacher's ability to teach directly derives from their understanding of the material they're teaching. When I say "material", that also includes the teacher resources. Does that mean you're not allowed to use existing materials? Of course not. ...


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Well, I'd suggest you should, for a couple big reasons: Most people who are learning jump between resources and look for good ones. I often tell people who are learning something that if they're stuck and nothing makes sense, to try a different resource. It is just as often the fault of the resource as the person. For this reason, it is to learner's ...


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