|8:30||9:30||CS21A at F227|
|10:30||11:30||CS110 at F227|
|11:30||12:30||CS21A at F227|
|13:30||15:30||CS139.3 at F227|
|B0||X||Reply from E-Mail from Lisa Wohlwinder (ShortStories)|
|B0||C||Reply from E-Mail from Janice Lagaso (SchoolWork)|
|B0||X||Create test data for the ACM (SchoolWork)|
|B0||X||Print out three problems for the ACM (SchoolWork)|
|C0||X||Pack for school from 2004.07.17|
|A0||X||Make a WeeklyReport from 2004.07.17|
1. Teaching reflections
CS students might have had less time to work on it. Still, the MIS students did preeeeettty well... <grin> Perhaps there is hope yet.
- CS110: Talked about ranked and positional sequences. Used a
spreadsheet in lieu of neat, prepared animations. Oh, well.
- CS139.3: Chosen problems not much of a discriminant, as hex and
cube-rolling problems too intimidating for most people. Much to discuss on Wednesday.
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