[Edu-sig] Python projects for CS1

Vern Ceder vceder at canterburyschool.org
Tue Mar 23 18:00:48 CET 2010


This is a great collection!

I do have one question, one that actually applies to PyKata and 
Codingbat as well... what license governs this material?

Can it be "remixed" and/or republished?


Bill Punch wrote:
> Given all the discussion about exercises, we though we'd throw in some 
> of the work we've done. MSU has taught its CS1 course in Python since 
> the Fall of 2007. Each semester we have the students complete 11 
> programming projects (as homework). The homeworks start out easy and 
> work their way up. Each project focuses on a particular topic i.e., 
> strings, working with files, dictionaries etc.
> We've collected those projects on a webpage. Each project has some 
> supporting material and a solution. However, at the moment the solution 
> is not shown. We are working on that.
> Some of the projects ended up in the book we recently published 
> ("Practice of Computing Using Python", Punch, Enbody) but there are over 
> 58 listed here (and more coming) so there is a lot more listed on the 
> web page
> http://www.cse.msu.edu/~cse231/PracticeOfComputingUsingPython/index.php
> If you have any comments, we'd love to hear them.
> -- 
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