If you’ve started writing your own JUnit test cases for your problems in ClassCube you may have come across the following message on a dialog box.
During the year you’ll probably assign a lab for students to write code in one class and have a separate runner class. It’s pretty easy to do in ClassCube.
Deleted code is debugged code Jeff Sickel Sometimes it’s just better to start over.
School is about to start up for students all over the United States. And for those that are taking a computer science course for the first time, they’ll learn that it’s not always just typing code into a computer. So why do we write code on paper? Many teachers and professors have their students write […]
Output matching is a built in test type in ClassCube. The catch is that you may not always want to compare that the output matches exactly. Or, maybe you want to do your own comparisons. To do this you’ll need to create your own JUnit test and use the unit testing grade type. Fortunately, it’s […]
Some of this is specific to the computer science AP-A test since that’s what I have the most experience with. But some of it is applicable to any AP test, or any high stakes test for that matter. About the test The Computer Science AP-A exam is split into two sections; a 90 minute, 40 […]
Twitter is great for sharing with your students and their parents. It’s a really good way to get information out. But what about embedding your Twitter feed into a Canvas page?
Why test private instance variables? Need to test private instance variables in Java? Well, if you ask how to do that on a discussion forum you’ll probably get the response that you shouldn’t test anything private. Instead, call the public method that’s calling using the instance variable and make sure it works the way it […]
If you’re teaching computer science, odds are pretty good that you need to share code with your students. Maybe it’s starter code for a project. Maybe it’s a solution for lab. But it’s something that you probably do. Canvas, and specifically the rich text editor, makes this a little more difficult than it should be. […]