Case study - improving teaching and learning effectiveness of computer science courses
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Citation (published version)Alex Elentukh, Vijay Kanabar. 2019. "Case Study - Improving Teaching and Learning Effectiveness of Computer Science Courses." Computer Science and Education in Computer Science. CSECS. Fulda, Germany, 2019-06-28 - 2019-07-01.
This paper summarizes our experience teaching several courses at Metropolitan College of Boston University Computer Science department over five years. A number of innovative teaching techniques are presented in this paper. We specifically address the role of a project archive, when designing a course. This research paper explores survey results from every running of courses, from 2014 to 2019. During each class, students participated in two distinct surveys: first, dealing with key learning outcomes, and, second, with teaching techniques used. This paper makes several practical recommendations based on the analysis of collected data. The research validates the value of a sound repository of technical term projects and the role such repository plays in effective teaching and learning of computer science courses.
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