Teaching Delivery Issues: Lessons from Computer Science

  title={Teaching Delivery Issues: Lessons from Computer Science},
  author={Janet Carter and Roger D. Boyle},
Information Technology (IT) is a subject that is distinct from Computer Science (CS), but is often taught by CS faculty; there is a large overlap between the content of curricula for the two subjects. In this paper, we discuss some of the issues and problems experienced within CS that are also of relevance to the IT educator. We discuss the effects of student and faculty expectations along with curricular issues, and we conclude that setting student expectations and aligning them with our own… CONTINUE READING

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