I like to incorporate my own experiences or common examples from everyday life into relevant course content, with the aim of making abstract professional knowledge easier to digest and the atmosphere more actively. I also like to use Zuvio software to give students architect exam questions to answer when a segment of the course has been completed. The purpose of this is twofold: first, to let students know what the key points are after we have distilled the knowledge in class, and second, to enable me to gauge how many students have not understood the key points. When I discover that a majority of students have not grasped a particular concept, I can explain it again clearly after the results are announced. Zuvio software allows every student to participate synchronously, and makes the entire process of practicing exam questions more interesting (because it is done through their favorite mobile phones).