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Tutorials: Students doing the work, Part 2

An alternative to having students prepare a presentation of a solution is to randomly call on the students during a tutorial to present. For me, again this has worked well for groups of good students. It has worked particularly well for groups that experienced the weekly advanced warning version. That is, in Semester 1 members of the tutorial group were chosen to present in a week. Once comfortable with that they could be chosen at random during the tutorial to present.

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