While exploring active learning this semester, I accidentally created my own extended activity which I’ve been jokingly calling Democratic Synthesis.
And just like that, another semester of teaching has come and gone. Let’s talk about how my fourth semester of teaching went!
As I gain experience, I’m continually reminded that there will always be difficult college students. This semester was no different.
One of my favorite new teaching techniques is peer instruction, and today I want to share some of that excitement with you!
With my first year of teaching in the books, I thought it would be fun to take a look back on what I liked and what I didn’t like.
As I close out my first year of teaching, I thought it would be fun to share a a bit of a reflection and my plans moving forward.
When it comes to teaching Java, some tools are better than others. That’s why I urge my students to use DrJava, an IDE for educators.
When learning a new programming language, it can be helpful to play with the basic operations. That’s why I’ve written a lab for Java number exploration.
With my second semester of teaching out of the way, I figured it was time to look back on the experience. Let’s talk about how it went!
While I’ve been writing tutorials for students, I thought: what if I wrote tutorials for other teachers. Today, let’s learn how to teach arrays.