[Bf-education] Teaching Blender in Mauritius: Some Notes
hanslr7 at hotmail.com
Sat Mar 25 18:19:15 CET 2006
of course, I am very keen to hear from you and read your document/paper. I
am open to any suggestion coming from more experienced people in teaching
blender. I was beginning to think that it was just a rash and rather naive
attempt at framing a course in a field which I dont really master. I am very
honoured to bring my contribution in elaborating a prospective 'manual'.
I am not very at ease with IRC, having never used it (only saw my students
using it), and it will be at 4 in the morning, so I'll get somebody to show
me how to use it, and join in on the next meeting.
>I liked this very much, I will try to get some of my own stuff into a
>document soon and will get it here to the list, we can then merge the
>two and create a more uniform and standard way of teaching, if you want
>it of course. We could use this as a base for further teaching and get
>the standard Education "manual" from it, so to speak.
>Your way of doing things is mostly what I also have in my mind, but I
>have some differences from your thinking, that is why I want to do my
>own Document first and then we can compare both, discuss the best
>approach and eventually get the best of both.
>-- Rui --
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