[Bf-education] Bf-education Digest, Vol 117, Issue 1
lulaborges at hotmail.com.br
Wed Dec 23 14:38:55 CET 2015
I teach blender with high school also 4 years, but 2016 I will not
teach, because public school not give me conditions to continue.
In this past years I instructed 150 students, anybody is making wonders
in Blender, another go to another way in computing, but I know that I do
this ways, i hope you continue your work and I want see your videos.
Em 23/12/2015 08:00, bf-education-request at blender.org escreveu:
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> From: Lee Butler<iraytrace at gmail.com>
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> I thougth I'd introduce myself. I've using Blender for a decade and for
> the past 5 years teaching middle school kids to use Blender. Is anyone
> else working with kids and Blender?
> I've created a number of video tutorials and I'm thinking of putting
> them online to share. I'm thinking youtube but I'd like to have
> someplace that we can download from easily so we can put them on local
> machines. Most schools seem to block youtube so the download is
> necessary. What are people using?
> My feeling is that most existing online tutorials are project oriented
> and a little too long (> 5 minutes). The students need bite-sized tasks
> that have a payoff. They seem to be pretty good at using different
> skills to create a final project. For example, I start them out with a
> 5 minute video on the Blender interface. Then I have a number of short
> ones on modeling, animation, tracking, etc.
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