Looking for advice for RevMedia presentation
Kay C Lan
lan.kc.macmail at gmail.com
Mon Dec 7 21:37:05 EST 2009
Are these teachers forced to attend your sessions or did they volunteer?
This is important because if they volunteered it means that they've actually
already wished their computer/software could do something that it can't
currently do, or doesn't do well. In this case, I'd be contacting them all
and asking why they volunteered for the demo, what are they hoping to get
out of it, what are they hoping to do with it.
I would then think you'd have some clues as to where Media fits in and that
would further spark their interest. As for the homework, again I think the
initial survey would give you enough info to determine a stack that could be
created that would actually fulfill someones 'dream'. Even with a few people
you are sure to get someone who does a nice GUI, someone else who adds a few
extra features, and someone else who does the fastest code. Finish off by
combining the best, having the Teacher who did the best GUI instruct the
others on what they discovered about Rev's GUI elements, the Teacher with
the best code instruct on what they discovered, etc etc.
If they are didn't volunteer to be there, I'm sorry, I can't help :-(
On Tue, Dec 8, 2009 at 8:09 AM, Alejandro Tejada <capellan2000 at gmail.com>wrote:
> Hi all,
> Next week, i have been invited to make a demostration
> of RevMedia potencial use in Education to a small group of
> 1) Teachers and
> 2) Developers that work in the Education field.
> My temptative schedule:
> First day: 2 1/2 hours,
> Presentation and examples of works created in this platform
> Practical exercises and Homework for next reunion.
> Four Days later: 2 1/2 hours
> Review Homework and collect ideas, opinions and
> comentaries about the platform.
> Every advice to fill in the specifics details and make this
> presentation a real sucess is welcome.
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