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Better Collaborative Coding with Cursor Presence

In Codio, you have been able to collaborate inside projects and instantly access student work for a while—but we are working to make collaborative coding even better! Now, you can see: When another user joins the project or assignment you are in Where other users are inside code files to see where they are working Where they are selecting—so you can literally highlight issues for other u...

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How to Create and Use Formative Assessments at Scale

A version of this blog post was originally published on Dr. Stephens-Martinez's blog. Codio asked if I'd be interested in sharing my expertise on scalable formative assessments through a webinar on July 14th, 1PM EDT (slides). I liked the idea given our future for the next academic year. Moreover, it was an opportunity for me to consolidate my thoughts on the scalable formative assessmen...

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Jupyter Notebooks and Codio

Codio prides itself on being pedagogically agnostic and flexible enough to meet the needs of any instructor. Jupyter Notebooks are no exception. Instructors who make Jupyter Notebooks a cornerstone of their teaching can combine them with the power and efficiency of Codio. Code source: https://github.com/gboeing/lorenz-system  What are Jupyter Notebooks? Jupyter Notebooks are interactive ...

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Codio's Code Playback Tool

In Computer Science Education, we know that the process is as important as the product. However, when code is submitted, it only provides insight into the latter. Codio’s Code Playback feature enables teachers to get a glimpse into their students’ thought processes by taking snapshots of their code creation from beginning to end. Codio’s Code Playback feature allows teachers to: See stud...

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