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I have just finished facilitating a Level 3 Python course for teachers covering object orientated programming and event driven programming via a Graphical user Interface. Being a course for teachers, pedagogical practices and assessment design were integrated, this is important … Continue reading
As the facilitator of the above mentioned course I am pleased it is successful. Full report can be found here.
The code below was expected to generate the above example of using an image as background to a window. It didn’t. And after a couple of hours I only just got it working. The problem was largely the development environment … Continue reading
I spent part of the school holidays at Datacom, Wellington, teaching teachers how to teach Level 2 programming using Python (both technical and pedagogical aspects). As a follow on to the course, participants have access to technical support, advice and moderation (at … Continue reading
I recently made a renewed attempt to get a complete copy of the Teachers Register in CSV format – for teaching SQL. (See previous attempt) My request was declined, again and I have lodged a complaint with the Ombudsman. To … Continue reading
I just spent the last two days teaching 16 Teachers from around New Zealand NCEA Level 1 programming. We had the added complication of also teaching them how to program in Python(an open source programming language) – many doing programming … Continue reading