CSE 203 Lesson Plan – Arrays

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Importance of Learning This Topic

The topic of “arrays” is far and away the single most important topic in this course. An array is a structure that allows huge quantities of data to be stored and organized in a single container. Once that data is stored, a program can be designed using loops that can visit every piece of the data. While visiting the data of an array, the program can apply algorithms that will somehow:

  1. Visit some or all of the ...

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Teaching A Topic in Moodle Course CSE 201

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People are welcomed to use these resources as they please. Every teacher has their own personality and strengths. However, in designing the course, I proceeded on assumptions consistent with how I taught

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2015 Iverson Exam Challenged Alberta’s Most Elite K-12 Problem-solving Minds

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I was blown away by the extraordinary quality of the University of Calgary Rob Kremer’s analysis of the 2015 Iverson Exam presented at the University of Calgary Computer Science Teacher’s Symposium on 22 June 2015. 
  I thank Rob for letting me share this copy of his PowerPoint slide show:  Iverson2015.key .  The following opinions are my own and not necessarily those of anyone else, including those of Rob Kremer.
 
The 2015 Iverson Exam has a level of ...
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Teach Dynamic Memory Structures: Linked Lists

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The “generic” approach to programming provides code that is “safer” because it passes data types into class “templates” that are built to manipulate data of most or all data types. This approach allows programmers reuse of methods that are optimized and rigorously debugged, cialis thus saving a programmer precious development time. However, the disadvantage from a pedagogical perspective is that fundamental operations get abstracted (placed in methods) and thus pushed yet one more step deeper into ...

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Teach The Background!

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We teach the entire student. Computer Science is about applying intelligence to data. If a topic (substance) is not known and understood, then we need strategies to make it so. A

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Educate Yourself Online For Free

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The following links have been shamelessly copied and pasted from: The Mind Unleased. VideoLectures.NET (Computer Science) – A free and open access educational video lectures repository. The lectures are given by distinguished scholars and scientists at the most important and prominent events like conferences, summer schools, workshops and science promotional events from many fields of Science. Wikiversity School of Computer Science and Technology – Wikiversity is a Wikimedia Foundation project devoted to learning resources, learning projects, ...

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Neuroscience and Computer Science == Innovation

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Four years ago I argued that, “It is becoming evident that the twenty-first century belongs to two disciplines that investigate the nature of intelligence. Brain Science …. Computer Science ….” (See my blog December 2009 on The Nature of Intelligence and the Universe.) Larry Page was a co-founder and current CEO of Google. In a fascinating interview of Larry Page by Charlie Rose at TED2014 in Vancouver on Wednesday, 19 March 2014, Page pointed to amazing ...

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MOOCF == Massive Open Online Course Flipped

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MOOCF stands for Massive Open Online Course Flipped. This blog recommends that Alberta’s Computer Science Education (CSE) teachers rapaidly incorporate MOOCF strategies into Alberta’s Computer Science Eduction (CSE) that they teach.

“Flip teaching (or flipped classroom) is a form of blended learning which encompasses any use of technology to leverage the learning in a classroom, so a teacher can spend more time interacting with students instead of lecturing.” (Flip teaching. In Wikipedia. Retrieved 6 ...

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