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Default Duke Univ - teaching materials - 01-07-2009, 10:33 AM

I am new to Alice, I discovered it only a week ago and my 10 year old son has taken to it like a duck to water. Within 24 hours of working through the built in tutorials, he was making animated birthday cards for his sister!

I am having to teach my self as we go along, so I can give him a hand when he gets stuck. So, I have been looking for material to teach myself about Alice.

In addition to Dick Baldwin's fantastic site, Duke University has a good amount of teaching material available. Tutorials, handouts, PPT slides, sample worlds. It appears that this material comes out of a summer workshops on teaching Alice to 5th - 12th grade students.


The Duke materials are perhaps a little easier to grasp for middle school kids, where I suspect that Dick's excellent material may be a little better suited for older students.

Since I couldn't find a reference to the Duke materials in the forums already, I thought I'd pass this on to everyone.

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Default 03-03-2020, 03:49 AM

I'm looking for homework assignments and sheets (to get those printed for my students). Is it possible to reorganize classroom activity for the students to do my homework for me and for a teacher to copy the samples tasks for advanced/talented middle school students and use them for high school programming club too?
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