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Re: Moving forward with web education work

From: Osman Yüksel <yuxel@sonsuzdongu.com>
Date: Fri, 10 Feb 2012 20:53:26 +0200
Message-ID: <CALbeZG7rY2rgkS9dVof3zkK2QTji3sbdCb8dvyNfpWCAOhnKvw@mail.gmail.com>
To: Janet Swisher <jswisher@mozilla.com>
Cc: Chris Mills <cmills@opera.com>, prisca <prisca@eyedea.eu>, public-webed@w3.org
That's another good way to get kids attention(even I cannot run it under
Opera).

10 Şubat 2012 13:44 tarihinde Janet Swisher <jswisher@mozilla.com> yazdı:

>  The Hackasaurus project is also working on creating open source tools and
> resources for teaching Web-making to kids:
> http://hackasaurus.org
>
>
>
> On 2/10/12 12:11 AM, Osman Yüksel wrote:
>
> Should we also aim kids? Github organizes such thing :
> https://github.com/blog/1034-kids-are-the-future-teach-em-to-code
>
>  May be we can prepare such things for kids Or we can poke someone from
> Github and they may prepare those things for WebEd community?
>
> 2012/2/6 Chris Mills <cmills@opera.com>
>
>>  Thanks Prisca! We weill definitely explore what to do for
>> teaching/beginners. Getting some feedback from your colleagues would also
>> be much appreciated, if you can find the time.
>>
>>    Chris Mills
>> Open standards evangelist and dev.opera.com editor, Opera Software
>> Co-chair, web education community group, W3C
>>
>> * Try Opera: http://www.opera.com
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>> * Contribute to web education: http://www.w3.org/community/webed/
>>
>>   On 5 Feb 2012, at 15:09, prisca wrote:
>>
>> Chris ;)
>>
>>  thanks for geting back to me about my points :)
>> (and no need to say sorry - you weren't grumpy :) :) :) )
>>
>>  About doing work ~ yes, please, do feel free to hand me a task and let
>> me get onto it when I can - that sounds good to me ;)
>>
>>  About the tutorials and the learning materials generally...
>> glad to see that Anna agrees with some of my points here. I think it is
>> the nature of the presentation on the site - the lengthy text without
>> sufficient visuals which makes this less suitable for teachers who are new
>> to the web subject and students of entry levels.
>>
>>  The idea of slideshows sounds good - or even just more illustrated
>> examples.
>> Rachel Andrew just published a post on the topic of writing tutorials for
>> beginners, very good points:
>> http://www.rachelandrew.co.uk/archives/2012/02/05/writing-beginner-level-tutorials/
>>
>>  About getting feedback: yeah, I know - this one is hard....  especially
>> considering the ever growing paperwork teacher have to deal with... so I
>> don't have any solid answers here, but I feel very strongly that this
>> resource we're building will only be useful if tested and edited to suit...
>> I will ask my colleagues about this when I can catch them next time.
>> Maybe they might have some suggestions for us which we havent' thought
>> of... will let you know ...
>>
>>  About my suggestion of a forum: that might of course just be me.... was
>> just an idea ;)
>> For getting feedback on specific resources etc... I do think it would
>> make sense.
>>
>>  Will get back to your survey in a minute as well :)
>>
>>  Stay warm and enjoy the snow :)
>> Prisca
>>
>>
>


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Osman Yüksel
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http://www.sonsuzdongu.com
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