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Re: Breaking up the problem sets for discussion.

From: David K.
Sent on: Sunday, May 11, 2014 7:55 PM
Hello Clojadelphia SICP.Hangout people,

I also put myself down for a couple of the 1.3 section exercises since we have not met for that yet (I pretty much picked them at random so if you wanted to present on any of these, I am more than willing to present on some other exercise).

Best regards,


On Mon, Mar 24, 2014 at 9:51 PM, David Kinzer <[address removed]> wrote:
Hello everyone,

At the end of the last Google SICP hangout we discussed the possibility of each of us taking ownership of at least one exercise in the next section and presenting on it with the idea of increasing participation in the discussion.  We still need to hash out the details, but Hunter will be sharing a Google spreadsheet were we can begin to work out those details. 

I'm sharing this idea because I think it may be useful in the other live sections as well.  Paul pointed out that multiple users could still present on the same problems, which I think will work nicely and hopefully give everyone a chance to focus and lead/co-lead a discussion on their exercise.

Also, Hunter brought up the concern that this may not work for later sections of the book when exercises build on top of each other to the point that anyone leading a later exercise would need to work through all earlier exercises in order to run their part of the discussion.  But, we decided we can cross that bridged later on or discuss it further in the B-Board.

I'm looking forward to hearing your input on this idea.

Best regards,

David Kinzer

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