[Edu-sig] python for kids...
Jason R Briggs
jasonrbriggs at gmail.com
Mon Oct 15 23:59:29 CEST 2007
Any feedback is useful. As long as they're aware up front that it's
written for a younger audience, then I'm happy.
Thanks very much,
kirby urner wrote:
> On 10/15/07, kirby urner <kirby.urner at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Thanks Jason.
>> I'm starting a new Python gig at a local high school soon. If you'd like an opportunity
>> for feedback from real students in Portland, Oregon, I'd be happy to shoot them a
>> declassified copy. What's in it for them: a new way to learn Python while thinking
>> critically about what's maybe working, what's maybe not. What's in it for you:
>> feedback from the front lines.
> Some might consider your visual motifs a tad young for high schoolers, at
> least in our neck of the woods, but that's no prob, as for feedback we just
> say "would this be useful when teaching your younger sister, niece, cousin
> or whatever Python?" Lots of extended families, easy to find a test audience.
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