Unanswered Questions

27 questions with no upvoted or accepted answers
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Small to medium scale exercises about Haskell's higher abstractions

Short version: Where can I find highly varying, small or medium-sized exercises and examples on the use, identification and instance declaration of Haskell's abstractions such as applicatives, monads, ...
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Using zyBooks and labs

Has anyone used zyBooks in their classes? I've seen some good comments on the SIGCSE list about them. I would primarily use this in our CS I class (Java) with their lab feature as a way to provide ...
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Error free solution manual for “Introduction to Algorithms” by Cormen et al. for self study or alternative method to tackle them single handed

I am a CS undergraduate student, strictly speaking I am fond of studying theoretical CS subjects, the corresponding books just attract me. Now in theoretical CS we probably have algorithm design and ...
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Curriculum choice for AP Computer Science A

We are currently researching what curriculum to use/adapt for the 2019-2020 school year. It will be our first year offering AP CSA. The students taking the class will have had 3-7 years of computers ...
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First Time Learning Non-Linear Data Structures

I'm looking for effective strategies and projects for introducing non-linear data structures to students. I currently teach linked lists, stacks, and then introduce binary trees. A lot of students ...
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Algorithmic Game Theory as an undergrad

I am an undergrad going into my junior year this semester. I really wanted to explore algorithmic game theory, as my university has some excellent professors in that field. However, as my undergrad is ...
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Teaching in class and online cohorts CS

I am looking for advice for September with a new format for our daily schedules for high school CS. As part of my board's grade 9-12 return to school plan, students will be in one of 3 cohorts of a ...
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Hardware (cameras, headsets) for TEALS supported classrooms

We have TEALS (a NGO which supports CS education in US with programs that team industry professionals with CS classrooms - both in person and remotely) distance learning support for our CS classes - ...
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Problem book for Haskell course

I need a set of problems for beginner Haskell course represented as a problem book or workbook. Can you help me find any to give them as a homework on weekly basis? I was able to find only one book in ...
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Detailed video lecture series that follows “Computer Architecture: A Quantitative Approach” by Henessy Patterson

I want to do self-study for Computer Architecture and I wish I could get hold of a detailed video lecture series that goes hand in hand with the classic text "Computer Architecture: A Quantitative ...
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How to limit access to tests on Blackboard?

I need to create tests on Blackboard and customize access time for different groups of students. Anyone knows how to do this?
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How to teach linear programming and reductions?

Do you know any textbook with problems+solutions to support teaching of linear programming and reductions? In particular for: standard and slack forms, formulation of problems as linear programs, ...
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Need review of course content: Javascript History and Capabilities

I am planning to make a free JavaScript online video series. The first chapter covers the Javascript history and its capabilities. Following is a transcript of the video. I would like it to be ...
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Is there a good book for combinatorics for programmers?

The book should be easy to read, or at least average. The level for reading such a book is the MATH and CS school curriculum. It should also be expanded on topics related to CS, and also be narrated ...
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Hackerrank challenges for a programming course: hide code and show only what is relevant?

I'm trying to create a programming competition with personalized challenges for my class, using Hackerrank. The thing is: I need to show only the minimum relevant code to solve the challenge, and ...

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