@ulsa: Great! I'm particularly interested in what doesn't work, so we can avoid them next week Friday/Saturday.
(Or perhaps, find a way to make them work. :simple_smile: )
Next weekend. The 12 & 13th.
gave them a week to answer, so on Wednesday we should have their views
@ulsa: Awesome! No need to rush/stress BTW; I'm sure all will be fine.
Anyway, I'm really hoping we can make it more than a one-time thing, so any inevitable mistakes can be fixed over time.
our students struggled with functions, and the last few modules were wasted on them; more exercises and a gentler slope on using functions and writing functions and understanding what arguments are; quil was great though
Hmm, good points... Will make sure to raise that this evening at coaches' training.
since functions really, in my opinion, is the secret to programming, it's really important that they get it
which choices are there?
Ok, I'll speak with my mentee next week about functions, and see what she thinks.
@ulsa: there’s the quil thing and then there also is an older web app type thing — as far as I understood the quil one is more recent but not always chosen by organizers
@martinklepsch: Yes, the organizers chose the Quil one. https://github.com/ClojureBridge/drawing/blob/master/curriculum/create-something.md
Now to think of all the ways one can think of functions, and boil that down into a simple visualization or something. :simple_smile:
stu h had a few nice slides a while back on that subject I think
Ah, probably in Clojure Inside Out? Good, I bought those videos...
Great, thanks again!
once we have their responses to our form, we'll put together their views with our views and post something here
We’re also tending towards quil :simple_smile: