Are you using Rev/DC in Education?
jperryl at ecs.fullerton.edu
Mon Oct 18 13:20:07 CDT 2004
I have some handouts that I developed for my class in PDF format if you
want them... They're not really comprehensive 'intro to programming' per
se but they are aimed at the novice/non-programmer.
On Mon, 18 Oct 2004, Bill Vlahos wrote:
> I'm looking for course material to do a similar class. Did you develop
> the material yourself or buy it? Is it available for others to use?
> I'm also interested in teaching a 1 hour for 4 weeks class to employees
> where I am the IT Manager.
> Bill Vlahos
> On Oct 18, 2004, at 10:17 AM, Marty Billingsley wrote:
> > Must have missed the original post
> > Somebody wrote:
> >>> I am currently looking into the use of Revolution and Dreamcard in
> >>> education. If you are currently using either product in the
> >>> classroom I'd
> >>> like to hear from you.
> > I'm using Revolution to teach beginning programming to 8th grade
> > students (US 8th grade, that is; kids are 13-14 years old). The
> > course is a carryover from an old HyperCard course. We miss HC's
> > sound capabilities, but are using Shakobox to compensate.
> > - marty
> > --
> > Marty Billingsley (marty at ucls.uchicago.edu)
> > The University of Chicago Laboratory Schools
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