Help students feel more prepared for future programming courses.
Tuesday, November 19, 2019 1:00pm-2:00pm ET
Description: Many students often feel CS1 and CS2 courses are unnecessarily complex. Join zyBooks’ co-founder, Frank Vahid, as he examines how to re-think programming assignments through “Many Small Programs”, which creates a smooth, less overwhelming experience for students by focusing on how programming assignments are designed and assigned. This webinar will allow you to:
- Discover how you can provide more opportunities for student success, without creating more work for you or your TAs.
- Help students feel better prepared for next level courses in computer science.
- See how this approach can lead to better student outcomes.
Frank Vahid is a Professor of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of California, Riverside, since 1994. He is co-founder and Chief Learning Officer of zyBooks, which creates web-native interactive learning content to replace college textbooks and homework. His research interests include learning methods to improve college student success especially for CS and STEM freshmen and sophomores, and also embedded systems software and hardware.