Sarah
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Ways to imagine a computer program for a student without photographic visualisation
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This may sidestep the question a bit, but perhaps you can have the student make physical drafts of what they want their program to do at first, kind of like making multiple drafts of essays. As an ...

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Is it OK to use "informal" systems such as TeamSpeak or Discord to support classes?
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Like you and one of the other answerers (as of writing this), in a class I TA for, we use Zoom for lectures and Discord for something else--in our case, we use Discord for office hours (undergrad, ...

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Note-taking policy: laptops, or by hand?
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The responses cover pretty much everything about notetaking in general. However, one thing that wasn't mentioned is the possibility of students using their laptops as an accommodation, which means ...

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How to teach so that your student doesn't feel stupid?
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You got some good specific answers already. Here are a couple of small points that could be useful when teaching in general: Without seeing a transcript of one of your explain-the-programming ...

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Helping students adjust to using industrial-strength IDEs
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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 ...

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