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For technical courses like computer programming, in-class inverted classroom style, low stakes practice exercises have been shown to help student increase skills and build confidence with the material. One of the key challenges for the use of such in-class exercises is the overhead associated with scoring and returning such materials or worksheets which can be a significant burden particularly for larger classes. When such exercises can be converted to multi-choice, an automated scoring system can be used. Conceptually similar to Scantron, the system uses standard paper and is scanned by standard copy machines.
Computer science--Study and teaching (Higher)
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Jorgensen, Ed, "Auto-Grading for In-Class Flipped Classroom Exercises" (2023). UNLV Best Teaching Practices Expo. 185.
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