Classroom democracy

I forgot to post the final tally of my Tiger King vs. Social Network survey, which was incredibly close: see screenshot pictured below. In summary, out of a total of 868 votes cast (yes, I have almost 900 students distributed across three sections), Tiger King won with 444 votes, while The Social Network was close behind with 424 votes!

prior probability

Updated (8/27, 9:30 PM): This semester, I am asking my students to choose the theme of their business law survey course: “Tiger King” or “The Social Netwtork”, Joe Exotic or Mark Zuckerberg, big cats or social media. So far, a total of 764 out of 866(!) enrolled students–88% of the entire class–has voted. I will post the final tally as soon as the survey closes on Friday. Pictured below is the homepage of my course (Canvas App version):

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About F. E. Guerra-Pujol

When I’m not blogging, I am a business law professor at the University of Central Florida.
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