Python Emergency Remote Teaching

Python Emergency Remote Teaching

During the pandemic lockdown of COVID-19, we found a very different context from the usual: a) students with much more time available for learning b) many students who did not have a personal computer and could only access classes by cell phone c) difficulty in assessing true learning. In this lecture we will present the real experiences in a traditional programming course given during the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Fernando Masanori

July 23, 2020
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  1. PYTHON EMERGENCY REMOTE TEACHING fmasanori.com bit.ly/PyERT

  2. Keeping Education Alive • FATEC decide to go online •

    Teachers' role is far more than just delivering content • 90% of Brazilian Federal universities have suspended any type of classes for 4 months so far Photo by Adam Nieścioruk on Unsplash
  3. EDUCATION IS THE FUTURE 75% of FATEC students are low

    income
  4. The Future of Python Community also "Asking what sort of

    education and learning our community supports is how we decide what sort of community we become. For it is through education and learning that we engage with our future colleagues, friends and supporters.“ Nicholas Tollervey, 2015
  5. If schools are closed for too long, parents will come

    up with the vaccine before the scientists Students, and teachers, have kids, dogs...
  6. GUIDO WANTS TO TEACH

  7. Teachers need some feedback

  8. IT'S OK TO BE HUMAN DIGITAL CLASSROOM NEEDS HUMAN TEACHERS

  9. TEACHER AS A BRIDGE BETWEEN KNOWLEDGE AND THE STUDENT

  10. TEACHER BREAKS NEW GROUNDS

  11. Python for Zombies 2.0 Knights Who Say "Ni!"

  12. Python for Zombies 2.0, free course First pt-br programming MOOC

    http://pycursos.com/python-para-zumbis/
  13. MOOC MENU

  14. MOOC VIDEOS

  15. MOOC FORUM

  16. A huge compilation of exercises • CodingBat • Google Python

    Class • Cracking Code Interview • Edx MIT • Hackatons
  17. Flipped classroom with Microsoft Teams or Discord Interaction

  18. https://gist.github.com/10198873 Made by a 12 year old girl

  19. Made by another 12 year old girl

  20. THE ANSWER IS 42

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  24. https://gist.github.com/7034743

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  26. Conclusion • Hold more attention with short videos ~4min •

    Record interactions with classroom videos whenever possible • Consider exams and tests to consolidate learning not as assessments • Actions above helped to drive 90% of students to successfully complete the course • Don't forget... Keep education alive! Thank you! bit.ly/PyERT