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Having taught in similar situations, I have to agree with Dave Clarke on requiring a demonstration of significant incremental improvement. You can't let plagiarism on the first draft pass silently, …
answered Sep 14 '14 by Aaron Hall
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Ideally, such a student wouldn't be in your course, they would be in an honors section or a senior/graduate level course that meets the requirements they are attempting to fulfil with your course whil …
answered Oct 12 '14 by Aaron Hall
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I have a slightly different perspective here, and I want to offer two options. Option 1: be selfish Assume the instructor is a neurotic bully. Don't be passive aggressive. Don't get the instructor …
answered Mar 7 '15 by Aaron Hall
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department chair. It may be that they require a textbook that is impossible to follow as the order for your class, for whatever reason. It may be that you'll need to take notes to ensure that you cover any prerequisite materials, and in the correct order, because you'll be teaching linear algebra. …
answered Sep 19 '14 by Aaron Hall
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I applaud your willingness to further your student's contributions to open source. There are lots of pros: Build student's reputations (ancillary to professor and institution) Create value for soc …
answered Nov 14 '14 by Aaron Hall