Teachers from Tufts, Duke and Loyola Marymount show their GitHub workflows at SIGCSE 2018

Nearly every conversation the GitHub Education team had with teachers at SIGCSE 2018 (Special Interest Group on Computer Science Education) touched on the themes of communication, iteration, and real-world tools. This year at SIGCSE we had two special sessions on those themes: three teachers walked through their GitHub workflows, and four students shared their experiences outside the classroom.

Teacher panel: Real-world tools, engaged students

Git has a learning curve for students (and teachers)! In this series of talks, teachers shared why they choose to use Git and GitHub and how it benefits their classroom.

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Student panel: Outside the classroom

Hear students speak about using GitHub and the benefits of GitHub Education on their campuses.

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