Now that a portion of a semester of online learning is in the books, I was curious to see how COVID-19 might have affected my course evaluations using some data visualization.
Now that I'm finished teaching for a bit, I figured I'd put together a short list of lessons learned for my future self.
One of my students asked me to write up an article on how to pick up Python as a Java developer, so I did.
As I finish up teaching with the Computer Science and Engineering department, I figured I'd put together one last reflection.
When 87% of your students miss a quiz question, it's up to you to make some sense of it. For instance, you might make an entire article about Java iterators.
As I close out my last semester of teaching computer science at OSU, I thought I'd document what a typical lecture looked like for me and how this pandemic shook things up.