[Bf-education] question about Blender certification

Anthony Bailey ABailey at lbc.school.nz
Fri May 24 01:59:19 CEST 2013

Hi Guys

I'm a secondary teacher in Auckland New Zealand. I would be interested in any school based exam/assessment/project  ideas.

I teach a short introductory course for Years 9 & 10.
Tony Bailey
DT Teacher

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From: bf-education-bounces at blender.org [mailto:bf-education-bounces at blender.org] On Behalf Of J Le Rossignol
Sent: Friday, 24 May 2013 11:57 a.m.
To: Blender Educators and Trainers
Subject: Re: [Bf-education] question about Blender certification

Hi John & others,

I'm an Australian secondary school teacher running a blender short course for our students, nothing fancy just a taster. I've had some deallings with Certiport and since our school also runs some Tertiary Trade/TAFE sector certificates. There was no support and little need to additional Industry Certifications.

However, I do have some questions about the Industry Certifications. Most online tests is True/False or multi choice, do this follow the same line, or does it include short or long answer questions?

I'm asking because I'm happy to help build up a collection of questions as I'll be writing the class exam in the next 4 weeks, well the theory part anyway.

Jamie Le Rossignol

On 23 May 2013 00:53, Knapp <magick.crow at gmail.com<mailto:magick.crow at gmail.com>> wrote:
 If not, is there someone out there with the ability to make it
happen?   Sincerely, John Caldwell, Computer Arts Teacher, Miami
Central High School.
Looks to me like you are the person to make this test. I am sure
finding a computer home on the net would be easy. Every time I have
had an idea someone was there with a free server. I bet Ton would
support you efforts and that leaves just the last step of the gov.
That seems simple because the software is free and used to produce
professional projects. You might want to also hunt up a list of these
projects. Last post on something like Blender Artists or News and ask
for help with the project once you have decided to lead it and have
done the groundwork.

Douglas E Knapp

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with open source software!

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