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Teaching Other Teachers How to Teach CS Better

Professor Mark Guzdial

Credit: University of Michigan February 12, 2021

If you spend enough years in academia, you get labelled "senior," and you find yourself spending a significant amount of time reviewing other academics' records. Between preparing letters for tenure and promotion cases, and serving on committees at my home institutions, I have read a lot of materials about teaching, research, and service. I evaluate teaching records differently than most of my colleagues. There is a method to what I am doing, and I am sharing it here.


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