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Advice On Teaching Linux To CS Freshmen?

January 16th, 2011 01:54 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

copb.phoenix writes “I’m a sophomore Computer Science student teaching computing labs to a freshman class, getting ready to go over the major ins and outs of the Linux terminal and GUI. While I have my own ideas and the professor over this class to lean on, I’ve found it difficult to get the few students that I’ve tried to teach in the past to connect the dots and understand how it relates to what they already know about computers. Does anybody out there have any advice on how to engage and inspire our upcoming class? (Perhaps important: Our machines are running Ubuntu Hardy.)”

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