Creating a lecture in which students are genuinely interested and actively involved can be a challenge, regardless of course subject or grade level. It was no different for computer science teacher Ryan Ritz and his students at Park Tudor School in Indianapolis, a private, coeducational school of some 900-plus students in grades K-12.

Ritz sought a way to use advances in technology to enhance his classroom instruction and make it more interactive. With limited classroom time, he needed a solution that would incorporate lecture and problem solving, while keeping the entire class connected with

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