[OLPC library] FM XO-Sugar-Activity doc architecture
annegentle at gmail.com
Wed Jul 16 11:13:54 EDT 2008
I love this idea, especially since I'd like ideas for taking computers
to my kids' classrooms (and I've met other parents with the same
goals.) I'll check into Bob Johnstone's guide and the Squeak title as
well. (We're going to talk about Squeak at our next XO-Austin user
group meeting, neat-o, serendipitous river of info.)
I think the kids/families/teachers audience could benefit from this
dimension. I'll think about how it could "snap" in to the FM setup -
is it another book, is it a chapter that we include and remix to make
another book, that sort of question.
On Wed, Jul 16, 2008 at 1:58 AM, Walter Bender <walter.bender at gmail.com> wrote:
> I've been thinking that we could use another dimension to the FLOSS
> Manual efforts as well: something more akin to "I Have Computers in My
> Classroom--Now What?", Bob Johnstone's guide to using computers in
> school or "Powerful Ideas in the Classroom, Using Squeak to Enhance
> Math and Science Learning" by Kim Rose and B. J. Allen-Conn. (This
> isn't quite "using generative themes"--although maybe the OLPC
> "learning team" could write a chapter).
> To start, it could be little more than a set of small project ideas
> that could be assembled in different ways to accomplish whatever goals
> are established in (or for) the classroom.
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