Topic Challenge #3: Work your body line
I see what you mean, but it makes no sense to me.
I hear what you're saying, but I just can't see it.
That just don't feel right to me, seems like there's something missing.
I Value what you're showing me.
I Apreciate what you're saying.
I Know what you're doing.
Can anyone help connect the dots? ... ...
Suggestion: a lot of the questions currently on this site are geared towards helping intro students. But what about non-intro students, and more advanced topics? (Things like compilers, distributed systems, networking, type systems, machine learning...)
Many of the more advanced topics can be challenging to explain and teach, so it'd be great if we could ...
In the interest of fairness, I ask that a 24 hour grace period be given after revealing the topic challenge. During this grace period, there shouldn't be any question\answer posted as part of the challenge.
I ask this because such a grace period allows everyone (around the world) a chance to look at the challenge and such, before the challenge ...
Second suggestion, for challenges to come:
After winners are announced, we should wait for one (1) Thursday, and then reveal the next topic challenge on the Thursday after that one. (We wait a week and until Thursday).
Challenges would always be revealed on Thursdays. I think it's a fancy suggestion.
Several of us are regularly promoting on Reddit's CSEducator's community, and there have been occasional emails out to the AP Computer Science A community. I seem to recall that thesecretmaster found another community we should be reaching out to, though I recollect no details about that one. Membership in communities (such as FRC, APCSA, APCSP, Greenfoot, ...
Name: The markings of a true challenge:
The challenge: tagged with any markup language (html, xml, markup, markup-languages, latex) tag.
However, we should keep in mind that it's about teaching those languages\teaching their usage, and not the languages themselves (just reminding ;)).