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Subject: What are the advantages/disadvantages of teaching students how to implement their own Nodes, Linked Lists, Stacks, and Queues before showing them built-in types (C# in my case) that provide the implementation for them?

I'd like to introduce my students to Nodes and then require them to implement their own Linked Lists, Queues, and Stacks before showing them that their language (C#) provides implementations of these data structures. I suppose my motivation is that they will 1) understand better how these structures behave; 2) gain general language practice; and 3) appreciate libraries and be more motivated to search for an implementation before writing their own.

Is my motivation valid? What are other reasons to ask them to implement these data structures? Is there any reason NOT to ask them to do this? Would I be wasting my and their time?

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Subject: What are the advantages/disadvantages of teaching students how to implement their own Nodes, Linked Lists, Stacks, and Queues before showing them built-in types (C# in my case) that provide the implementation for them?

I'd like to introduce my students to Nodes and then require them to implement their own Linked Lists, Queues, and Stacks before showing them that their language (C#) provides implementations of these data structures. I suppose my motivation is that they will 1) understand better how these structures behave; 2) gain general language practice; and 3) appreciate libraries and be more motivated to search for an implementation before writing their own.

Is my motivation valid? What are other reasons to ask them to implement these data structures? Is there any reason NOT to ask them to do this? Would I be wasting my and their time?

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Subject: What are the advantages/disadvantages of teaching students how to implement their own Nodes, Linked Lists, Stacks, and Queues before showing them built-in types (C# in my case) that provide the implementation for them?

I'd like to introduce my students to Nodes and then require them to implement their own Linked Lists, Queues, and Stacks before showing them that their language (C#) provides implementations of these data structures. I suppose my motivation is that they will 1) understand better how these structures behave; 2) gain general language practice; and 3) appreciate libraries and be more motivated to search for an implementation before writing their own.

Is my motivation valid? What are other reasons to ask them to implement these data structures? Is there any reason NOT to ask them to do this? Would I be wasting my and their time?

Tags: data-structure

Subject: What are the advantages/disadvantages of teaching students how to implement their own Nodes, Linked Lists, Stacks, and Queues before showing them built-in types (C# in my case) that provide the implementation for them?

I'd like to introduce my students to Nodes and then require them to implement their own Linked Lists, Queues, and Stacks before showing them that their language (C#) provides implementations of these data structures. I suppose my motivation is that they will 1) understand better how these structures behave; 2) gain general language practice; and 3) appreciate libraries and be more motivated to search for an implementation before writing their own.

Is there any reason NOT to ask them to do this? Would I be wasting my and their time?

Tags: data-structure

Subject: What are the advantages/disadvantages of teaching students how to implement their own Nodes, Linked Lists, Stacks, and Queues before showing them built-in types (C# in my case) that provide the implementation for them?

I'd like to introduce my students to Nodes and then require them to implement their own Linked Lists, Queues, and Stacks before showing them that their language (C#) provides implementations of these data structures. I suppose my motivation is that they will 1) understand better how these structures behave; 2) gain general language practice; and 3) appreciate libraries and be more motivated to search for an implementation before writing their own.

Is my motivation valid? What are other reasons to ask them to implement these data structures? Is there any reason NOT to ask them to do this? Would I be wasting my and their time?

Tags: data-structure

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Subject: What are the advantages/disadvantages of teaching students how to implement their own Nodes, Linked Lists, Stacks, and Queues before showing them built-in types (C# in my case) that provide the implementation for them?

I'd like to introduce my students to Nodes and then require them to implement their own Linked Lists, Queues, and Stacks before showing them that their language (C#) provides implementations of these data structures. I suppose my motivation is that they will 1) understand better how these structures behave; 2) gain general language practice; and 3) appreciate libraries and be more motivated to search for an implementation before writing their own.

Is there any reason NOT to ask them to do this? Would I be wasting my and their time?

Tags: data-structure

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