teaching OO

Neil Benn benn at cenix-bioscience.com
Wed Nov 24 17:21:10 CET 2004


<snip>

>As for the interesting C++ issues, those same students were able to pick
>those concepts up quickly in their later classes. "Overloading", for
>example, was a pretty simple concept to grasp for people who had previously
>spent a whole semester heads down learning OO. 
>
>Rob
>  
>
Hello,

          Just out of interest, did the students get confused between 
polymorphism acheived through duck-typing and polymorphism acheived 
through inheritence.  Obviously not all OO languages have duck typing 
and they are subtly different concepts which may confuse a learner.

    Just a question, I'm not in education so I wouldn't know the best 
way to perform structured education (my teacher friends remind me of 
this all the time!!).

Cheers,

Neil

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