Volume XL, No. 21 | June 21, 2018 Divide-and-Conquer Programming Revisited When I wrote my 1998 Innovations Abstracts, “Divide-and-Conquer Programming: Using Interdependent Teams,” I was an adjunct professor, only teaching face-to-face classes. In the article, I argued that student group projects that used the divide-and-conquer approach—where students in each group

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