I was lucky enough to work as a teacher for a couple of years. In that period I spot this mistakes I mention here, some of my colleagues quite literally had their plan, they stick to it, squeeze what they believe it's important and present it that way. Students, of course, know then how to solve some algorithms from the book but have no idea how to understand a customer.
Well, what I saw that works for most of the students, that they taking projects in parallel with the studying. That teaches them to understand business, customers, agile and communication, essential skills for the outside world.
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