[Bf-education] Organizing / suporting education
Jason van Gumster
jason at handturkeystudios.com
Sat Dec 17 16:41:18 CET 2011
I'd like to add that, IMHO, it would be a mistake if any such exam were solely
a multiple-choice, regurgitated response type of affair. Because of the very
nature of the type of work that Blender is used for, a practical element to the
exam is critical. Certification should not simply be about knowing things, it
should also applying that knowledge.
For that reason, I would highly recommend that the exam be split into two
parts: one part question-based and one part practical.
Laurent David <laurent at tdm.info> wrote:
> On a second thought...that's probably the way forward...but we need a lot
> of questions...
> On 17 Dec 2011 11:41, "Laurent David" <laurent at tdm.info> wrote:
> Ok. Point taken. I find this an interesting point of view...
> My only concern is that answering questions is not the only aim of a
> certification. The key is in the preparation and the amount of information
> processed/learnt in preparation for the exams. Path vs end result...
> I would say that objectives/criteria should be public definitely.
> > On 17 Dec 2011 11:28, "Knapp" <magick.crow at gmail.com> wrote:
> > On Sat, Dec 17, 2011 at 11:12 AM, Laurent David <laurent at tdm.info> wrote:
> > Sorry... We need to crea...
> > I have to disagree with this. If the people taking a test know what
> > will be on it, then they ...
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