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Programming Lessons - My Contribution

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« Reply #30 on: August 28, 2013, 12:01:45 pm »

We don't take notes on paper. We take them on the computer, and if you wanna take it home, you gotta have a USB or Email.
We don't do any work on paper, it's all on the computer.
Lessons are taught at the front of the classroom, like normal lessons, but usually you gotta follow what the teacher does on the computer, or wait till the teacher is done and do the action on the computer.
That's impressive, as a Computer Science student, I have never - ever - had a class where we had to take notes on our computer. We can if we want, but all of our classes are in regular classrooms, not labs. Only our labs are in the computer rooms, and during labs there are no notes to take.
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