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The tag design-thinking could reference the school of thought that comes from Stanford's d.school. (Read more about design thinking here.) As a result, it should stand alone as an applicable, educational tag. That said, design is probably too broad to be helpful. There could be lesson-design and program-design among a handful of others. A general tag ...


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The best solution would be to just remove cs-theory and design-thinking by editing. "CS" theory is redundant on a site for Computer Science Educators, and I don't really know what design-thinking is supposed to mean, or how it will be a useful tag. A synonym is useful if the tags are easily confused, but highly different. If you type 'theory', the correct ...


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Problem solved. I just changed the tags on the three questions so now lesson-planning has none. It had no tag wiki in any case. Note that whenever I find a brand new tag that has no wiki, I try to see if we already have one (or two) that covers the case and is already used. In that situation I consider replacing the new tag with older, established, ones. ...


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cs-theory would be different from education-theory, or any other kind of theory. I agree that we don't also need theory, but that's because theory is too vague to be useful.


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