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Use this tag for questions about best practices in the classroom. This is an educational term, and does not refer to best practices in coding style. (Instead, see the coding-conventions tag). Some questions with this tag ask for advice on comparing the advisability of two or more possible teaching practices, for example.

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Do you allow students to submit "test corrections"? Meaning, do you allow them to take the questions they missed on a test, denote the correct answer in some way, and give them partial or full credit …
asked Mar 5 '18 by Java Jive
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Fleshing out something I mentioned in a comment to another answer - a very simple thing I have done in the past is to set a timer for myself in class when I feel things have gone south, for whatever r …
answered Feb 28 '18 by Java Jive
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I have done both percentages and points in my career, the latter being the most recent and preferred. Percentages: The only advantage I can see is that, especially in high school, this seems to be t …
answered Mar 19 '18 by Java Jive
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Since I first considered posting this question, the situation played out in my classroom, and here's how I handled it. I had three students who had a history of "Lone-Rangerism" (last semester). I as …
answered Mar 13 '18 by Java Jive
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We all have them - students who want to write all the code themselves, who don't want to be part of a group project. They have poor social skills, or they don't know anyone else in the class, or they …
asked Mar 13 '18 by Java Jive
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Should CS students be keeping a portfolio, and if so, what should it look like? What would you, as a potential employer or college recruiter, like to see in/on a potential employee or student portfoli …
asked Mar 20 '18 by Java Jive