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Re: Teaching a class

by markmoon (Deacon)
on Jan 26, 2002 at 02:18 UTC ( #141674=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Teaching a class

Lincoln Stein's Guide to CGI.pm would probably be a good book to have. If the kids have a chance to put their work in front of other people (outside of the class), it could lead to more opps for encouraging feedback from friends or family. I think kids like to see things happen and an email that they receive in response to a form they've created could help push them to see what else they can make happen.


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Re: Re: Teaching a class
by rschuler (Beadle) on Jan 26, 2002 at 02:25 UTC
    I'd have to second that. I've been up in front of kids of this sort, for a science demonstration/lecture. The more visible and public the results the better. Most kids will have non coder friends and family. Those friends and family will be duly impressed with about any page jr does, and will apply some genuine positive feedback to the kids.
Re: Re: Teaching a class
by jonjacobmoon (Pilgrim) on Jan 26, 2002 at 04:26 UTC
    Its a thought, but I would think the CGI.pm might be a little advanced for these kids.


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