# Blackboard Chemistry

For Janine May's section of Organic Chemistry, she asks her students to solve problems on the board in groups.... Read more about Blackboard Chemistry

For Janine May's section of Organic Chemistry, she asks her students to solve problems on the board in groups.... Read more about Blackboard Chemistry

In this homework assignment, students take as a starting point President Obama's speech at the University of Michigan about the cost of tuition and student debt and, using concepts from the readings and data online, get into depth about the nature of college tuition and student debt.

This course teaches students the skill and process of solving problems in discrete mathematics through active participation in every class.... Read more about Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science

Students work in groups to answer problem set questions in section and then discuss the answers with the class.... Read more about Group Problem Solving

Professor Ned Hall's students learn logic in an interactive, engaging way. Problem sets are done on deductivelogic.org, where students can immediately see how they are doing.... Read more about Logic Problem Sets

Gareth Kafka's students in Physics 15b work together to solve problems in class in order to emphasize process and collaboration.... Read more about Physics Concepts Review

Students learned how to use software through a video created by the instructor using screen capture technology.

Students learn how to solve practice problems in physics through videos created by the instructor using cheap and simple screencast technology.

In the 2008 offering of Math 154, Professor Paul Bamberg had small weekly sections where students prepared problems from the textbook in advance, which they presented for each other.... Read more about Section Presentations

Alexander Isakov, a graduate student in physics, has his students explain in class how to do crucial steps of math problems for Math 21a.... Read more about Students Explaining Math Problems

In Systems Biology 200, a graduate level class with some undergraduates enrolled, one of the skills that students learn is how to simulate molecular processes in biology by writing Monte Carlo simulations (the Doob-Gillespie algorithm).... Read more about Writing Stochastic Simulations

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