Here at zyBooks, we’re getting more questions about cheating than ever before. In this post, we share strategies you can use in your classroom right now that have been shown to substantially reduce cheating.
To mark International Women in Engineering Day, we brought together an esteemed group of our engineering colleagues to talk about their own professional journeys, the challenges they and other women face in the field, and how to inspire more girls and women to become engineers.
Finding effective ways to teach complex statistical concepts is crucial for student success. Simulation-Based Inference (SBI) is an approach I’ve incorporated into my courses to meet this challenge. You should put it to work in your classroom, too.
In this post, I’ll help you supercharge your autograding efforts. I’ll share insights on how to use autograding to improve how you teach and how your students learn. And I’ll walk you through the three most important autograding methodologies and how to use them.
“What I’ve found is that the math proficiency of my students varies significantly, from those who barely passed their prerequisites to those who really excelled in them. My challenge as an instructor is that the course I’m teaching is not a math course.”