Use a four-point structure when teaching data structures to keep class consistent for optimal learning: introduce an abstract data type, cover implementation, demonstrate use, and review Big-O analysis.

  • This constant rhythm helps students get into a learning and studying pattern.
  • It also helps lesson planning by giving you a consistent method to convey content in.
  • The repeating structure also helps students create connections between the different topics through their similar components.

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Interview with Tia Newhall