# Strategic Practice Problems

In Statistics 110, Professor Joe Blitzstein provides practice problems and solutions grouped by topic along with problem sets.

# Strategic Practice Problems

In Statistics 110, Professor Joe Blitzstein provides students "strategic practice problems," arranged by topic which help then do the problem set.

In her Gov 97 sections, Shauna Shames had students take turns being discussion leaders.

# Student Film Guides

The Art of Film had a semester-long discussion structure that got students actively involved in shaping the direction of section.

# Student Math Presentations

In Math 152, Professor Paul Bamberg and his co-teacher structured the class in a seminar format, where students did mini-lectures for each other in class and critiqued each other content as well as style.

# Student Paper Workshop

In Jerusha Achterberg's first and second Expos workshops of the semester, she chooses two paper drafts from the section and all the other students read and comment on those two papers.  The authors also serve as the moderators for each other's discussion.

# Swedish Music Videos

In this activity, Swedish Aa students view music videos of Swedish pop songs ("Ingen vill veta" and "Du vill så du kan") to practice helping verbs and as a prompt for in-class language practice.

# Teaching Statistics with Modules

EMR16: Real-Life Statistics: Your Chance for Happiness (or Misery) is taught around real-life modules, and all major assignments apply statistical topics directly to the real-life topics.

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# Test Review on the Move

To prepare students for an exam, the teacher sets up essay questions on posters around the room for students to review. The movement helps keep energy up at the end of the semester.

# The Actors in a Democracy

In this lesson, the instructor ties discussion to a visual representation of modern republican democracy.

# The Beauty Contest

John Maynard Keynes classic "Beauty Contest" had people choose from a set of faces which they thought would be considered the six most beautiful. Winners were chosen from those who chose the most popular face. This easy task replicates the experiment with a simple numbers game.

# The Galileo Debate

In this simulation, students become familiar with the arguments used by different players in the debates about Galileo.