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_This wiki is a sub-component of the UBC Group Exam Research Group's Open Science Framework [Project][1]_ As part of the [2018 Foundations and Frontiers of Physics Education Research: Puget Sound][2] conference, Jared Stang and Joss Ives facilitated the workshop "Four-way high-fives during exams: Adding a group phase to provide immediate feedback and increase enjoyment." Our materials: * [Slides][3] (if these don't display properly in your web-browser, download them so that you can view them) * [Worksheet][4] Additional resources: * Carl Wieman Science Education Initiative 2-pager on running two-stage exams: * Catherine Rawn's post on two-stage exams which features links to three newsletters published in the EOAS or PHAS departments: [1]: [2]: [3]: [4]:
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