[Edu-sig] Re: Python in Baguio City

Kirby Urner urnerk@qwest.net
Fri, 26 Jul 2002 11:30:01 -0700

Hi ali --

Just wanted to say Mabuhay -- I have fond memories of the Philippines
from being a student in Metro-Manila from 1971-1976 (at the International
School in Makati).  My dad worked on decentralized planning, taught a
course at UP.  Mom was an activist working on behalf of tribal minorities
and earned a history degree at Ateneo de Manila (we weren't missionaries

We visited Baguio a few times.  A man named McGee was a headmaster of
some local school back then, but I forget which.

Anyway, here are some college level courses that use Python, which
you might get some ideas from:



At 05:25 PM 7/26/2002 +0800, Ronald Mangaliag wrote:
>hi... this is my first post so please take it easy on me.... ;)
>i'm in the process of gathering info to suggest a change in the syllabus 
>of our
>programming course here in saint louis university, philippines...
>i was thinking (for more than a month now) of suggesting a change in the
>programming language also... we're teaching C to engineering 
>studes...  and of
>course, the "natural tendency" is to change it to python because of the known
>my question is -- can you point me (url or anything) or give me a sample
>syllabus where we can pattern our proposal to...
>tnx... in advance...
>ronald ali l. mangaliag
>computer applications department
>saint louis university
>2600 baguio city, philippines