[lively-kernel] Using Lively Fabrik in Elementary school program

R.D. Latimer rdlatimer at gmail.com
Tue Aug 23 16:39:19 CEST 2011

Hi Stephen,
  Here's a quick overview of what we're looking at for this year (there's a
lot out there!).

BYOB (Scratch with ability to define new procedures/functions - blocks)

Bootstrapworld (Scheme - DrRacket + WeScheme - browser version)


Python and Processing
python.org, processing.org

And now squeakland/etoys

We're looking at grades k-6, but not all grades will cover the same
material, for example kindergarten only covering Squeak and Etoys


On Tue, Aug 23, 2011 at 1:44 AM, Steve Thomas <sthomas1 at gosargon.com> wrote:

> Randy,
> Can you share more about the course?  I have also developed some things for
> elementary school and would be curious to see what you are working on.  Also
> a +1 for Etoys in Lively, there are some Etoys I created that would be nice
> for kids, teachers and parents to run, without having to download or install
> Etoys.
> Stephen Thomas
> sthomas1 at gosargon.com
> Hillsborough, NJ
> On Mon, Aug 22, 2011 at 10:02 AM, R.D. Latimer <rdlatimer at gmail.com>wrote:
>> We're working on a course introducing elementary school students, k-6, to
>> programming and critical thinking skills.
>> We'd like to use Lively Fabrik as one of the components of the course.
>> http://www.lively-kernel.org/repository/lively-wiki/Fabrik.xhtml
>> Are there other examples of Fabrik in addition to this page?
>> Thanks for your help,
>> Randy Latimer
>> rdlatimer at gmail.com   Virginia, US
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