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What works: Classroom polling ideas to engage students (part 5)

Useful questions for all three panelists Topics: Rephrasing polling questions, To grade or not to grade?, Involving TA's in polling, Explaining why answers are right and wrong, Pre-lecture…

From  Zach Butler 15 plays

What works: Classroom polling ideas to engage students (part 3)

Hadas Ritz, Senior Lecturer, Mechanical and Aerospace EngineeringPolling Presentation with Q&A

From  Zach Butler 30 plays

[email protected] Interview Series: What Does It Mean to be Healthy In the Relationship Dimension of Wellbeing

Watch this short clip as Michelle Artibee and Jeremy Stewart open up their [email protected] Interview Series, asking their 2 guests, LaDreena Walton & Kristi Taylor, what it means for them to be…

From  Jeremy Stewart 26 plays

[email protected] Interview Series: What Does It Mean to be Healthy In the Relationship Dimension of Wellbeing

Watch this short clip as Michelle Artibee and Jeremy Stewart open up their [email protected] Interview Series, asking their 2 guests, LaDreena Walton & Kristi Taylor, what it means for them to be…

From  Jeremy Stewart 9 plays

Poll Everywhere Questions for Video: Round II

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From  Patrick Graham 2 plays

Lesson 30.1 Searching

In this video, we look at the different ways we can search a list for an element. In doing so, we see that it helps a lot for our lists to be sorted. Hence that will be our focus for the rest of this…

From  Hannah Lee 32 plays

Lesson 17.6 Divide and Conquer Visualization

Just because you know how to write a divide-and-conquer algorithm does not mean you understand it. In this video we try to improve our understanding by visualizing divide-and-conquer. When we do this…

From  Hannah Lee 101 plays

Chris's quick Kahoot! course

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From  Chris O'Neal 20 plays

Lesson 1.4 Boolean Expressions

The third basic type is the bool type. It only has two values: True and False. However, as we shall soon see, this type is one of the most important for computer programming.

From  Hannah Lee 114 plays

CCE Oswego Horse Treats

From  Jolene Zaia 2 plays

Tuesday Lab Intro (Schlom)

2019 Cornell Summer School

From  James Overhiser 16 plays