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 +====== Teaching Fall 2014 =====
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 +  * CS 39000-CP0: [[http://​www.bikmort.com/​dokuwiki/​competitive_programming_2014|Competitive Programming]].
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 +====== Teaching Spring 2014 =====
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 +  * CS 49000-FOA: [[Facebook Open Academy]]. ​ This course is a limited-enrollment,​ independent-study course sponsored in part by Facebook.
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 +====== Teaching Fall 2013 =====
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 +  * CS 39000-CP0: [[http://​www.bikmort.com/​dokuwiki/​competitive_programming_2013|Competitive Programming]]. ​ CRN 53092.
 +  * CS 49000-WMS: [[http://​www.purduestartupclass.com/​front|Web and Mobile Startups]]. ​ Jon Perl is the primary instructor; I am the "​instructor of record"​. ​ CRN 65960.
 +====== Teaching Spring 2013 =====
 +  * CS 18000: [[http://​courses.cs.purdue.edu/​cs18000|Problem Solving and Object-Oriented Programming]]. ​ Lectures are MWF at 7:30AM in MATH 175.  Office hours: MWF 8:30-9:30 or by appointment.
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 +====== Teaching Fall 2012 =====
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 +  * CS 39000-CP0: [[competitive_programming_2012|Competitive Programming]]. This one-credit course is a weekly, three-hour laboratory. ​ It emphasizes the transition from problem statement to algorithm to code.  The top students compete in the regional ACM programming contest held in November.
 +  * EDPS 49100-002: [[http://​cs4edu.cs.purdue.edu/​mt2012f:​start|Methods of Teaching Computer Science]]. ​ Co-taught with [[http://​www.edst.purdue.edu/​aman|Prof. Aman Yadav]] in Education. ​ This course is part of a College of Education [[http://​cs4edu.cs.purdue.edu/​license|supplemental licensure]] program.
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 +====== Teaching Spring 2012 =====
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 +**//DUE TO LOW ENROLLMENT, THE SPRING HCI CLASS IS BEING CANCELLED. ​ SORRY FOR THE INCONVENIENCE.//​**
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 +  * CS 39000-HC0: [[introduction_to_hci_syllabus|Introduction to Human-Computer Interaction]] \\ MWF 9:30-10:20
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 +Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) is an interdisciplinary field spanning computer science, cognitive psychology, and other areas. ​  This course introduces the fundamental principles underlying the interaction between humans and computers. ​ Homework assignments and projects include the design, implementation,​ and evaluation of computer-based interfaces.
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 +Possible text (but not yet confirmed): //​Interaction Design: Beyond Human-Computer Interaction//,​ 3rd Edition. ​ Sharp, Rogers, and Preece. ​ Wiley 2011.
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 +Prerequisites:​ CS core (through CS25200).
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 +====== Teaching Fall 2011 =====
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 +  * CS 39000-CP0: [[competitive_programming_2011|Competitive Programming]] {{:​contest-course-flier_2011.pdf|flier}}
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 +This one-credit course is a weekly, three-hour laboratory. ​ It emphasizes the transition from problem statement to algorithm to code.  This year there will be a wider variety of problems to accommodate different skill levels. ​ The top students will compete in the regional ACM programming contest held on Saturday, October 22nd.  Following the traditional algorithm competition,​ we will complete the semester with a "king of the hill" style ladder competition (last year it was the ICPC snowball fight simulation, http://​queue.acm.org/​icpc/​). ​
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 +  * CS 49000-HCI: [[hci_issues_and_implementation|HCI Issues and Implementation]] (from spring 2011, now independent study [[http://​code.google.com/​p/​video-wall/​|projects]])
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 +  * CS 49000-CSM: [[http://​cs4edu.cs.purdue.edu/​mt2011f:​start|Computer Science Methods]] [[http://​cs4edu.cs.purdue.edu/​_media/​mt2011:​methods_flyer.pdf|spring 2011 flier]]
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 +====== Teaching Spring 2011 ======
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 +  * CS 49000-TC0: [[http://​cs4edu.cs.purdue.edu/​mt2011:​start|Methods of Teaching Computer Science]] (joint with College of Education)
 +  * CS 49000-HCI: [[HCI Issues and Implementation|HCI:​ Issues and Implementation]]
 +  * CS 39000-CPC: [[Competitive Programming in China]] (for **May 2011**: Special Study Abroad edition!)\\ //Note: There were $1000 [[http://​www.studyabroad.purdue.edu/​programs/​aid/​details.cfm?​ScholarID=176|scholarships available]] for study abroad programs this summer. ​ You must have applied by March 1, 2011 to participate.//​
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 ====== Teaching Fall 2010 ====== ====== Teaching Fall 2010 ======
  
-  * [[Competitive Programming]] Redux+  * [[competitive_programming_2011]] Redux
   * [[http://​www.cs.purdue.edu/​homes/​jtk/​cs390jk/​contest-course-flyer-2010.pdf|Course Flyer]]   * [[http://​www.cs.purdue.edu/​homes/​jtk/​cs390jk/​contest-course-flyer-2010.pdf|Course Flyer]]
  
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