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Teaching Sociology

1998 Volume 26, Number 3

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Number of articles: 2

  1. Profits and Pitfalls: Thoughts on Using a Laptop Computer and Presentation Software To Teach Introductory Social Statistics

    Janet Wilmoth & John Wybraniec

    Provides an overview of the issues associated with using a laptop computer and presentation software during lectures. Illustrates from authors' experience, as well as end-of-semester grades and... More

    pp. 166-78

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  2. Using Computer Assignments To Promote Active Learning in the Undergraduate Social Problems Course

    Theodore D. Fuller

    Reports on an experience using a teaching technique designed to promote active learning in an undergraduate social-problems course through student analysis of real social data. Discusses course... More

    pp. 215-21

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