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Re: [pygame] teaching resources

It's still a work in progress, but there is:

On Sat, 18 Mar 2017 11:20:04 +0100
René Dudfield <renesd@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Hello,
> Whilst there are now more than a dozen books, and video series in many
> languages for teaching pygame, I'd like to include a new section on
> the website for educational resources for teachers. Or even better,
> to be able to point to an existing resource.  Not particularly for
> 'pygame', but for digital education in general, or at least python
> related. I wonder if you have any thoughts on this? Maybe there could
> be some sort of collaboration here. Or you could give me some
> guidance on where to point people?
> Is there something existing where resources have some sort of quality
> control? If there's not something good existing, it would nice to
> find out what is required here.
> Is this the only thing on the raspberry pi side?
> https://www.raspberrypi.org/resources/teach/
> Are there any places which collect raspberry pi teaching resources in
> other languages (than English)?
> Is this the place for microbit? http://microbit.org/teach/
> Is there some place for python in general?
> Anything else I should link to?
> A teacher sent me a photo of a wall showing drawings the kids all
> made with pygame and printed the other day. He did it for a drawing
> class. Another did a class with 'sound boards', where the kids jumped
> around on the dance mats making 'music'. For me it would be
> interesting to send her a link with resources for teaching music. She
> also teaches Finnish, and is always interested in finding resources
> to do that in an interesting way. So if there's something I can link
> to people by topic, that would be awesome sauce?
> Next time someone shows me something like
> "community.computingatschool.o rg.uk/resources/4952", rather
> saying... "chuck it on the wiki!" perhaps there's a better more
> useful answer I can give them? Or is that the place to send them?
> (I'm not sure they'd be interested in Japanese/German/etc resources)
> best,

Radomir Dopieralski

Radomir Dopieralski