Experiences with just-in-time teaching in systems and design courses

@inproceedings{Davis2009ExperiencesWJ,
  title={Experiences with just-in-time teaching in systems and design courses},
  author={Janet Davis},
  booktitle={SIGCSE},
  year={2009}
}
I report on my experiences with Just-in-Time Teaching (JiTT) in two systems courses and two design courses as a new instructor at a small liberal arts college. My purposes are threefold: to further raise awareness of JiTT in the computer science education community, to show instructors can achieve JiTT's goals with simple technology and preparation on the fly, and to consider strengths and limitations of the approach, particularly for new faculty. My experience has been very positive: classes… CONTINUE READING

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