Questions tagged [active-learning]

Active Learning concerns educational activities in which the student takes a participatory role in the process. Active Learning may include educational games, discussion groups, writing, teamwork, and the like. It grows out of a Constructivist view of education. Questions here might involve how to achieve active learning and tools to facilitate it.

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What is standard definition of Computer Science

Why This Question Hi i am Computer Science student. As a computer science student I want to know the definition of computer science . yes !! i know some definition but these are not satisfactory , you ...
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Is blogging , affiliate marketing , E-commerce etc are the fields of Computer Science

Question Background: I am CS students . Now a day lot of peoples are learning and earning through -> blogging , affiliate marketing , E-commerce etc . And also provides these type of services ! ...
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Which resource is best for learning something new in computer science?

Videos tutorials When I start learning C++ form video tutorials I grasp lot of concepts. But after some time I realize in this course that too many topics like (operator overloading, nested classes ...
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How many of "The Seven Laws of Teaching" are still relevant for teaching computer science today?

Wikipedia shows that in 1886 John Milton Gregory outlined his "The Seven Laws of Teaching"; asserting that a teacher should: Know thoroughly and familiarly the lesson you wish to teach; ...
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What is the best approach to learning things in CS? [closed]

What's the best approach to learning a library, framework etc.I find it overwhelming initially as to where should I start learn such things. Is it like you start taking up a course and then try to ...
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Want to be good at programming (C++) and then start learning game development, where should I start?

This semester in my university we learned C++ but I feel like I am not that much good at programming as much as I should be, and because I am also interested in game development so of course it will ...
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How should one go into learning algorithms and data structures? What do you think is an efficient way to do so?

Should one first understand its logic and see its implementation? Or should one try to implement it first oneself? How should one learn so that one can quickly implement the algorithm or data ...
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Are There Exercises To Build Software Development Research Skills?

Would anyone refer me to exercises or resources to help learners build their research skills? I mean I'm trying to get learners to think in terms of solving their own problems before bothering other, ...
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What technique should be used to make video tutorial for BS(CS) students?

For students, there are a lot of different tasks which are given by their lecturer. One of the task is that to make a professional video tutorial of specific topic which is related to Computer ...
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How can I build up the understanding of a project?

As a student my instructor gave me a scenario and a title and I have to work on that as a project. I searched a lot about these and watch videos , read blogs but didn't get a well defined answer. I ...
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How to gamify the learning management system

I have been reading up on how to shift more of my teaching resources on to the Learning Management System, to make it easier to access from other locations even though I mostly teach in a classroom. ...
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Quick and easy intro to computer science for kids for an Engineering Field Day

We have a large engineering day that hundreds of kids (ages 6-12) and their parents will attend. The setup is as follows: local engineering groups/societies will have stations and they will have ...
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How to stop being The Oracle

When I did customer service for an application I was developing, I found that most of the time, if I did NOT answer the phone, the user would figure out their problem and learn more than if I did ...
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Teaching Arduino---but not just "monkey see monkey do"

I've been looking for peer instruction style questions for an intro to Arduino workshop, but I haven't found anything. Besides not seeing PI materials, it's hard to find any materials where a student ...
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Using physical activity to explain the nested for loop

I have been rewriting my unit on nested for loops for AP Computer Science (thus, we are using Java). I would like to use some sort of physical activity to drive home the differences between roughly ...
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Active learning for boolean algebra

I've been thinking about active learning, and I am inspired by Heather's answer to my earlier boolean algebra curriculum review. This may also be a good question for math teachers who have experience ...
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CS-oriented Ice-Breaker Games

I will have my new incoming CS freshmen (HS) for a week-long summer orientation in August. The kids don't know each other yet, so Ice Breakers are in order! Has anyone encountered fun, physical CS-...
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