[Bf-education] blender mysteries

Piotr Arlukowicz piotao at polskikursblendera.pl
Mon Nov 17 00:33:15 CET 2014


this list is rather silent since months (or I'm not getting any messages
from it), but there is for sure a lot of things going on everywhere.

If you are a blender teacher or trainer, or even Blender Foundation
Certified Trainer, you are using for sure some quests for your students.
So, I would like to ask you what are your best ideas and practices to make
Blender education interesting and quick. What are best tasks for students
who are learning.

Basing of their skill level, those tasks should be easy for beginners and
more complicated for more advanced users. For sure you have such small
tasks. For example to teach how to navigate 3d view I give them a task for
building simple pyramid from cubes, next step are cubes set in a perfect
circle shape, aligned to the grid, etc.

For more advanced students there are another, harder tasks. I'd like to ask
you what do use to teach and check students. Maybe there are some good
ideas or methodologies. Maybe there are some deeply thought challenges?
(One of them can be for example to model a regular dodecahedron from a
single vertex, never leaving edit mode).
Also, mystery blends seems to be very good source of nice tasks for those
who already knows Blender.

Would you share your ideas or good "patents" usable for education?

If you don't mind, I would love to collect them for 101 education suite, if
such a thing somehow appear.


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