KDE-Edu Sprint: Meeting with teachers

Albert Astals Cid aacid at kde.org
Sat Oct 19 17:11:18 UTC 2013

El Dissabte, 19 d'octubre de 2013, a les 12:43:11, Andreas Cord-Landwehr va 
> On Wednesday 16 October 2013 23:00:28 José Millán Soto wrote:
> > Do you have any idea or suggestion regarding this meeting?
> Hi, I would suggest to start with a short presentation that covers the
> fields:
>    0. about KDE Edu and KDE
>    1. math applications (KAlgebra, Kmplot, Khipu, Cantor)
>    2. language apps (Klettres, Parley, Artikulate)
>    3. science (Kalzium, KStars, Marble, Step)
>    4. misc (Kturtle, Kgeography, Ktouch)
>    5. edutainment (Pairs, KHangman, Blinken...)
> Maybe with the goal that each part has length at most 10 min?
> Afterwards, depending on their interests and number of teachers, we
> could part into smaller groups similar to the topics above and discuss in
> details which workflows [*] the teachers want to have when using software
> in their classes.

Looks a very good idea to me, now, who can do such slides? I can volunteer to 
speak spanish if that's needed, but i have really no time to create the slides 
at all.


> Depending on the teachers' English skills, maybe our spanish participants
> have to give the talks? Nevertheless, I think English language slides would
> be fine and I could prepare a chunk of slides about our language
> applications.
> Greetings,
> Andreas
> [*] IMO thinking in terms of "teaching workflows" is advantageous
> compared to "features"; missing features are then the consequence of
> how the teachers want to use our software in class, which we must
> interpret from the ways how they want to teach

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