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ACM SIGCSE Bulletin
Active-learning exercises are an effective use of class time to bring about desired learning outcomes. Instead of listening to a lecture, students are engaged in tasks that allow them to discover new knowledge, or apply what they have just learned. A barrier to wide usage of activelearning exercises is the need to design them, since few are available in textbooks, technical papers, or on the Web. The work reported in this paper demonstrates that students can design active-learning exercisesdoi:10.1145/1539024.1508897 fatcat:466gwxhbmjfgxpfd6iy7eopx5a