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[school-discuss] Teaching programming on Linux
I have two questions from a reluctant-Linux computing teacher:
1. With what should he introduce computing (in a Linux lab)?
- He would like experienced-based suggestions for teaching lower and
middle secondary introductions to programming. Apparently, he used
visual basic before. He knows of Pascal. Perhaps that's the best
2. how can he teach C to secondary-level students on Linux?
He is looking for
a) an environment suggestion
b) suggestions for on-line and offline materials
c) good sites
I would appreciate hearing from anyone who has experience in these areas.
P.S. Here are some preliminary resources I've found:
An Introduction to Programming Using C:
Introduction to Programming Using Java:
Introduction to Programming on Linux:
Introduction to Programming with Python and TKinter
MiniLesson: An Introduction to Linux in 10 Commands:
Bash Shell Programming in Linux:
Introduction to Programming in C/C++ with Vim:
An Introduction to the Linux Command Line:
Developing Web 2.0 Apps with the Google Web Toolkit:
CS510: An Introduction to Programming Using C:
C and C++
Introduction to Perl Programming:
An Introduction to Ruby:
Introduction to Programming:
Teach Yourself Programming in Ten Years:
A Byte of Python:
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