Old flagship found (was: Language learning stacks)
capellan2000 at gmail.com
Thu Jul 15 22:46:31 EDT 2010
Wilhelm Sanke, FB01 wrote:
> Shortly later, on May 21, 2005,
> (education-revolution-request at lists.runrev.com) Stephen Messimer
> addressed the necessity of a "change agent" for Revolution who should
> create more awareness for educational programming both within the group
> of Rev users and the Rev team.:
>> In our context the Change Agent should be a Revolution employee who
>> has experience in education and programming. His or her job should be
>> to attend all the major education conferences demoing education
>> solutions built with revolution, teaching teachers how to use their
>> equipment, conducting and promoting seminars on computers in
>> education, and finally doing market research with end users and
>> department heads to keep the product offerings up to date and
>> congruent with their needs.
>> Frankly, I don't think Rev will go anywhere in the educational space
>> until they shift some meaningful resources in that direction.
> This statement was made a short time before Preceptor Tools vanished
> from the screen.--
Actually, i believe that teachers could be "motivated" to learn
programming if they saw the results of programming as bigger
time savings than infinite time sinks...
They know that them could start learning to program,
but When they would end learning programming?**
Even their classes have a definite time schedule.
A beginning and an End. A definite hour to begin,
a definite hour to end.
The suggestion of learning programming seems,
to many teachers like a proposal to change
Many people in this list are programmers and how many
of them could say that they have a complete dominion of
all features that this platform offers in every version
of Windows, MacOs and Linux.
If anybody know such person, tell that I am still waiting for
a complete book with excessive detailed explanations about
creating externals that manipulate images, vector
graphics, text, sounds, etc... for this platform in every
version of Windows, MacOs and Linux.
**As far as i know, there is no end of learning
in this platform
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