pmedina at flash.net
Wed Apr 20 01:49:43 CEST 2011
We have been teaching game programming using python in my school district for a
few years now. We started out using python programming for the absolute
beginner. It was good, but didn't use pygame and was mostly text based until the
last 2 chapters. Another book for reference is Game Programming: The L Line, The
Express Line to Learning. We also wanted to use OOP and at the time that was not
in either, or we didn't like the format. We now use our own material we put
together from numerous texts, and from some members of the local python meetup
group who have donated their time and expertise. It's been great!
Good luck to you!
From: Passiday <passiday at gmail.com>
To: python-list at python.org
Sent: Tue, April 19, 2011 5:42:00 PM
Subject: Teaching Python
I am planning to teach Python to a group of high school students, who have
in-depth interest in programming, hacking etc.
I am looking for some good material, what I could use as a basic guide when
preparing the classes plan for the course - website or book, what would roll out
the topic methodologically gradually. The target audience is someone who knows
most basics of the programming, but doesn't mind being reminded about them now
Thanks for any suggestions!
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