capellan2000 at gmail.com
Fri Jun 22 14:08:32 EDT 2012
Recently, I posted about my experience teaching a spanish
version of the course MetaTalk Programmer:
Could you tell us about your experience teaching
Turtle Graphics in the classroom?
How old were your students?
Did they have too much difficulty learning and applying
the course content?
I have read somewhere that experienced Abacus users
are able to make calculations in their mind, by visualising
their hands manipulating the Abacus in their imagination.
Could Turtle graphics students learn to visualise problem solving
in the same way, that is, using only their imagination without
using a computer simulation?
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