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Fall 2012: Early Adopter Plan for Teaching Concurrent and Distributed Systems . Jawwad Shamsi FAST NU , Pakistan. Pedagogical Goals & Topics Covered. Prog Assignments & Student Evaluations. Student Feedback. Student Marks out of 10. Lessons Learned. Programming is effective .

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fall 2012 early adopter plan for teaching concurrent and distributed systems

Fall 2012: Early Adopter Plan for Teaching Concurrent and Distributed Systems

JawwadShamsi

FAST NU , Pakistan

student feedback
StudentFeedback

Student Marks out of 10

lessons learned
Lessons Learned
  • Programming is effective .
  • TCPP recommended curriculum is well designed. Multiple courses are needed in order to comprehensively cover the course.
  • Cutting edge topics such as Cloud computing, network security, and distributed file system are very popular among students
  • Interactive learning, peer discussion, and group discussions are effective in teaching.
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