As I close in on two years of teaching amidst the Coronavirus pandemic, I figured I’d share a list of ways of getting feedback.
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!
One of my favorite new teaching techniques is peer instruction, and today I want to share some of that excitement with you!
When it comes to teaching, sometimes you’re stuck managing people as part of a team. Today, I’ll share some of my frustrations.
As a part of a professional development course, I’ve created a portfolio site which features my experience and education.
At times, I feel like events in my life are so coincidental that I can only chock it up to a simulation.
If you follow me on social media, you’ve probably know this for awhile, but I started a YouTube channel. Needless to say, it’s scary but a lot of fun.
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.
It looks like it’s time for The Renegade Coder to branch out into a new domain: teaching how to teach!