Legacy Edition

16 Aug, 2018

Teamwork: Teaching Reality, 25 Years Later

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Volume XL, No. 25 | August 16, 2018 Teamwork: Teaching Reality, 25 Years Later Teamwork consists a group of individuals working together to reach a common goal. Highly effective teams have the same desired end goal as any group of students or business workers, and that is to achieve a shared purpose. [...]

19 Jul, 2018

College Orientation for New Students 2.0

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Volume XL, No. 23 | July 19, 2018 College Orientation for New Students 2.0 In 1995, I authored the Innovation Abstracts, “College Orientation for New Students,” after Central Florida Community College’s (CFCC) Counseling Department won the Florida Association of Community Colleges Exemplary Practice Award for its student orientation program. As a young, [...]

21 Jun, 2018

Divide-and-Conquer Programming Revisited

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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 divided project [...]