Rachael Tatman offers practical introduction to incorporating Jupyter notebooks into the classroom using active learning techniques in line with the gradual release of responsibility instructional model (also known as the I Do, We Do, You Do model)—a pedagogical technique developed by Pearson and Gallagher in which students engage with material more independently over time. You’ll complete a series of exercises designed to help you use Jupyter notebooks to more effectively support active learning in the classroom.
I do: Direct instruction
We do: Guided instruction
You do: Independent practice and collaborative learning
Rachael Tatman is a data scientist at Kaggle. She holds a PhD in linguistics from the University of Washington, with a focus in computational sociolinguistics. Her interests include data science education and fairness in machine learning.
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