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Start by Teaching Classes [closed]

In every class, and every book I have seen regarding programming, classes are held off. They are thought to be confusing and strange. I certainly had issues with them. But in object orient ...
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Any tips/tricks/resources on actually TEACHING a class on OOP? [closed]

I may slowly be getting into teaching an Object-Orientated Programming class at my school in a year or two. I just graduated and work at my school as an Application Programmer. I'd first start off as ...
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Object Oriented programming and modelling

I am taking course in OOA/D this semester. In academic they teach till now about Object Oriented Programming. I have some doubts regarding this. Is it true that Object Orinted programming can be ...
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Teaching Classes and Objects

I'm trying to teach how an object is just an instance of a class to a buddy of mine. However, he doesn't seem to understand it so well. I've heard a ton of the examples (blueprint to a house, etc.) ...
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Example for explaining object-oriented concepts [closed]

What are some good examples for illustrating the concepts of object-oriented programming? I'm talking about sample classes, classes that would have inheritance, overriding, etc. The only one I can ...
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What simple game is good to learn OO principles?

I have to come up with a project propsal for my students, here are some details: The design should be gove over OO concepts: encapsulation, interfaces, inheritance, abstract classes Idealy a game, ...
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Which topics should be covered in a basic undergraduate C++ course? [closed]

I have a young lecturer friend who is going to teach the undergraduate C++ course in CS. He asked me for some suggestions regarding how the course should be organized. Now I am asking you. I have seen ...