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Using Data Expedition as a Formative Assessment Tool in Data Science Education: Reasoning, Justification, and Evaluation

Maksimenkova O. V., Neznanov A., Radchenko I.

International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning. 2019. Vol. 14. No. 11. P. 107-122.

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Collaborative Learning in Data Science Education: A Data Expedition as a Formative Assessment Tool

Maksimenkova O. V., Neznanov A., Radchenko I.

In bk.: The Challenges of the Digital Transformation in Education. Switzerland: Springer, 2019. P. 14-25.

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Making Politics Attractive: Political Satire and Exposure to Political Information in New Media Environment in Russia

Chmel K., Savin N., Michael X. D. C.

Political Science. PS. Высшая школа экономики, 2018. No. WP BRP 63/PS/2018.

How to successfully pass the exams?

9 Rituals for luck

How to successfully pass the exams?

1."Freebie, come!"

The night before the exam, you have to look out into the open window at midnight sharp to say: "Freebie, come!" three times. When performing this ritual, you should hold a student's record book on the page where the teacher should sign the exam. And the test will be successfully passed


2.Right hand and leg

It is believed that the card with questions should be pulled with your right hand, if you stepped into the audience with your right foot, and, conversely, if you came in with your left foot, then pull the card with your left hand. Some students believe that  to get up in the morning of the exam you need too with the foot you like most.


3. Swearing

If a student is scolded by someone close to him or her during the exam, then huge success is expected for him or her.  Swearing applied to the student must be selected wisely. For example, you can not call student stupid or foolish, and generally you can not use swearwords that indicate his/her intellect.


4. Sweet dreams

Before you go to bed on the night before the exam, you need to close and take away all the written materials that were used in the preparation - the textbooks of the lecture, the manuals and the like. Some students, going to bed, put a textbook or notebook under the pillow, believing that in a dream all the material that they contain is smoothly flowing into their bright head.


5. Five-kopeck coin

Old ritual tried by many generations - going to the exam put under the heel of the left foot a five-kopeck coin. For the best result, you should use coins of the old make.


6. Be kind - and universe will give you good luck

It is believed that for good deals you will be rewarded. The day before the exam you can make a lot of useful things: give money to the poor, transfer all the grandmothers across the road, do cleaning in the apartment, gently communicate with parents. The reward is assured, but it's not clear how soon!


7. Trust pregnant women

One more strange belief claims that if you, on the way to exam, have met the pregnant woman, approach her and ask to call number. After that you can be calm - the called number of ticket will be lucky.

8.Don’t wash away knowledge

There is one not very comfortable tradition but it can save a lot of time: not to cut hair, not to shave and not to wash before exam. It can be connected with a fear of army where every person will be cut. There are also some eases for the most hygienic students: if you should pass examination in humanitarianly discipline you can wash right half of the head. Don’t disturb left hemisphere and on the contrary in technical disciplines.


9. Wear lucky clothes

You can also come to examination in the same clothes. But if there was a trouble with your look – you should obligatory replace clothes. By no means take in head to come to exams in new things or in clothes which weren't put on long ago. Students assure that it is the first sign of the exam failure.

10. Rub the nose of the dog

This tradition appeared in 1938. The students of the Moscow Bauman Technical University rub the nose of the dog (sculpture "Scout with a dog") for the successful passing of the exam at the metro station Ploshchad Revolyutsii (Moscow).

Of course, this is superstition. However, it has grown - in the heat of the session, to pat the dog, sometimes a whole line is being built.


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Aleksandra Michailidi, Vlada Maschenko