Pratibha <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
| It would be nice if there were a teaching guide/cookbook so that if
| you were willing to volunteer your time at a local school but didn't
| have any prior Lisp teaching experience you wouldn't also have to
| spend significant amount of time (re)inventing/developing/preparing
| a lesson plan, materials, pacing, exercises, etc. but could just
| use/adapt the plan/materials/tips/etc. in the guide/cookbook.
You mean like <URL:http://www.teach-scheme.org/Workshops/#materials>
does for Scheme? [I referred to the TeachScheme! site, rather than
just the HtDP book site, because of their significant experience in
training high-school teachers (~200 of them!) to teach Scheme.]
A similar curriculum for Common Lisp would be *great*, but it would
also be a *lot* of effort...
Rob Warnock, PP-ASEL-IA <email@example.com>
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