Looking for advice and references...

Alejandro Tejada capellan2000 at gmail.com
Fri Dec 24 18:39:43 EST 2010


Hi all,

Recently, I have been contacted by some
friends (who are school teachers from 6th to
12th grades) to help them to create an
Introductory Course about Software programming
for their students.

That means, a course adapted (as much as
possible) to students knowledge level
using exercises and examples useful and
relevant to their daily experience.
(Actual courses provided by diverse sources
do not fill these requisites)

Notice that most computer courses available
for their students are about learning Word,
PowerPoint, Excel and Windows OS.

Please, if you know about some resources
(text, images, video, audio) available on the internet
post this information here, and hopefully,
it would be an useful reference for future
developments.

For example, my recommendation for a first lesson
would be to create a Timer, that starts (or stop,
if they are running) sounds, messages on the screen, 
launch or quit other programs, etc, etc.

Your advice and ideas are welcome.
Thanks in advance.

Alejandro
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