Tutorials

Gernot Lorenz GernotL at t-online.de
Thu Dec 26 06:02:01 EST 2002


Am Montag, 23.12.02 um 15:11 Uhr schrieb Andre Rombauts:

> I’ve been learning Rev for several months but to really go ‘inside’ I 
> would need an ‘in-depth-tutorial’. This is quite different from all 
> othe programing environment I used in the past (Basic, Visual Basic, 
> Pascal – I’m just a 50 y old teacher who started with computer in the 
> 80’). How to organize stacks, to use externals and plugins (not really 
> sure to understand the difference), etc. Revolution is so ‘huge’... 
> Will we get a good tutorial book?...
>
> André



Dear Andrè,
I'm nearly in the same situation like You (I used in the past (Basic, 
Visual Basic, Pascal – I’m just a 50 y old teacher who started with 
computer in the 80’) with the difference that I'am an experienced User 
of Hypercardt - the anchestor of MetaCard and Revolution - which only 
exists for MacOS. But now, with platform-independent MetaCard and/or 
Revolution (which are nearly the ssame)  I have a tool which fits 
better to our school's situation (we have a MacOS computer lab and a 
Windows computer lab). My pupils are beginners in programming, about 16 
years old, and there is absolutely no book about MetaCard or Revolution 
for them , even not an English one (I need one in German). For 
Hypercard, , there were enough good books (also in German language), 
but Hypercard is to much different.
What to do ?
During  the last  three months I began myself to make a suitable book 
(or booklet) for learning programming (rather than 
multimedia-authoring) with MetaCard and Revolution, which will be used 
as a book for beginners or pupils.
Like You I would like to have additionally an ‘in-depth-tutorial’ to 
avoid many experiments, but there is nothing on the market.
But nevertheless I am interested in what You are doing with Your pupils 
?
What would You expect from school-book for beginners ?
I would be glad to hear from You something about working with 
Metacard/Revolution in school.

Gernot
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