How the computing education community can learn from physics education.
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January 23, 2012 05:03
I teach pharmacy technician students clinical math. On quiz days it is painfully obvious that my students don't get the mathn evven after lab demonstrations. This semester I have divided the classroom into tables/groups. It is too early to tell if peer instruction is helping. But I do knoiw that lecture and powerpoints are not working.So I will keep you posted via twitter. @mdBallsr,
February 08, 2012 11:36
I teach quality managment and information technology. This is a very good method to overcome lecture disadvantages.
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