[Bf-education] Blender conference and curriculum

John Nyquist john.nyquist at gmail.com
Thu Oct 31 13:18:07 CET 2013


Have you seen James Chronister's work?


John R. Nyquist
Nyquist Art + Logic
http://AstraItinera.com/ <http://astraitinera.com/>

On Thu, Oct 31, 2013 at 3:36 AM, Douglas Sutherland <
dsutherland10 at bigpond.com> wrote:

> ** **
> Hi Everyone, ****
> I have enjoyed watching all of the conference presentations this weekend.
> I was really looking forward to the education talk and I am looking for
> where the guys in the audience are having their discussion. I am a primary
> school teacher in Australia, I have had growing success with Blender and
> have a few ideas on where the best place to start with very young Blender
> users. I think that although Blender has many different facets there are
> some core skills and knowledge that effect nearly all aspects of the
> program. I have also found that there are some definite no nos when
> starting kids off with Blender many I have committed and in doing so killed
> a lot of the kids motivation through frustration. This is entirely the
> fault of the teacher (me) not the program but I began to think after the
> conference talk that if I had a curriculum to work to as I do for math,
> science etc. I could have avoid these pitfalls. I applaud all the speakers
> for their work in blender education, I now extra ideas for projects and I
> am humbled by the guys who run the free not for profit course. I was
> perhaps most fascinated by the audience contributions and would like to
> participate in a discussion like this. So if anyone could point me in the
> right direction I would be very grateful.****
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> Kind Regards, ****
> Doug Sutherland ****
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