In-class common-reporting workshops in computer science
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Citation (published version)Eric Braude. 2019. "In-class Common-reporting Workshops in Computer Science." Computer Science and Education in Computer Science, Volume 1, pp. 31 - 33 (4).
Instructors optimize the use of class time for quantity and depth of learning. Technology has opened new opportunities in these respects. The technique reported on here, In-class Common-reporting Workshops (INCREWs) consist of teams of up to three students tackling a creative class-relevant problem and displaying their evolving results on a common, projected spreadsheet format in real time. We report on surveys, which have shown a positive reception for INCREWs.