Best approach to introduce students in programing to LC ?

Mark Schonewille m.schonewille at economy-x-talk.com
Wed Jun 11 00:42:00 CEST 2014


Hi JBV,

I could imagine that first-year students have no or almost no experience 
with programming. They might need to get acquainted with concepts such 
as abstract thinking, logic, recursion and perhaps GUI design. 
Additionally, they will need to learn elementary syntax, and how to use 
variables and other containers.

Not very long ago, I announced that I'm working on a new book. While my 
current book might be useful --specifically for second-year students-- 
the new book is probably more suitable for your first-year students. 
This new book will deal with all basic concepts mentioned in the above 
and leave out all advanced subjects, which a teacher could still add to 
the course as a bonus.

I'm looking for people who want to review this book and you might want 
to join. Perhaps we can arrange something, so you'll be able to use it 
in September.

--
Best regards,

Mark Schonewille

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On 6/10/2014 20:24, jbv at souslelogo.com wrote:
> Hi list,
> Starting next september I might have the opportunity to give
> a few hours of teaching at the local technology institute for
> students in their 1st and 2nd year of learning techniques of
> internet, multimedia and programming.
> Of course the first idea that crossed my mind was to introduce
> them to LC, as a recent discussion with some of their teachers
> showed clearly that almost nobody there was aware of it, and
> those who knew about LC haven't found the time to test it...
> I might be wrong, but the best / most attractive approach seems
> to be "code once deploy many"...
> Do you guys have some suggestions about what the main
> chapters of such a teaching should be ?
> I'll also try to find the time to search the archives, as I'm sure
> that topic has already been discussed...
>
> Thanks
> jbv
>



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