[Etoys] iStoa.net lands on Olpc XO
hilaire at ofset.org
Mon May 26 03:27:01 EDT 2008
Thanks for your words of encouragement.
I would really love to see i18n.
But as for now it was just easier for me to stick to a French curriculum.
What you did not see yet in the demo you play with is the designed
curriculum as an oriented graph and the whole database backend in a
server running Squeak with Magma+Seaside for the teacher console. I
don't have the resource right now to put all these stuff on line and
to maintain it, I hope later.
For each curriculum there is such a graph, for mathematics in primary
school you can see an exert there
This graph is used to situate the learning achievement and to drive
the learner to other activities.
The global mecanism is illustrate by this graph:
Sorry it is all in French for now because I think it may be easier for
me to find support there. Anyone is welcome to prove me I was wrong ;)
2008/5/25 Karl Ramberg <karlramberg at gmail.com>:
> Hilaire Fernandes wrote:
>> Just a preview,
> This is really nice stuff, Hilaire.
> My French is non existent but I downloaded the image, tried out some of the
> exercises and they were very nice and logical.
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