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Re: [K12OSN] a prospective client - k12ltsp and logo



Honestly, why not start them in assembler?  Kids will usually learn
anything, it's us who have to start off slowly.

Jon

On Fri, 8 Nov 2002, Steve Wright wrote:

> Yan Seiner wrote:
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> >
> >Also, is anyone using logo to teach?  Any linux versions of logo out
> >there?
> >
>
> I'm starting my 9 y/o Son in Logo, and robocode.
>
> Logo should already be installed on your K12LTSP system, and this is an
> excellant introduction to procedures, and classes (or rather the concept
> of them.)  You will need a programme for the kids to follow, and there
> are plenty of free ones, complete with teacher resource packs.  Excellant.
>
> Robocode is the next step after logo, and Chris is very excited about
> building battlebots in Java.
>
> The step after Robocode is a full Java IDE (Integrated Development
> Environment) which I have installed as well.  All this software is free,
> and of professional / developer quality.  It is possible to write Java
> Software, and Java WebApplets using an IDE.
>
> There is an excellant range of Java Tutorials for Kids and Adults, and I
> wholeheartly recommend this path of Tutoring.
>
> (disclaimer: I am not a teacher.)
>
>
> regards,
> Steve
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