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I'm reading the 4th Grade Math archives and collecting the questions there. I'll leave it up to more deeply involved project members to decide whether to add these questions to the FAQ page and how to add them.
Neophyte-rep 13:39, 3 October 2010 (EDT)
From RIT and the Fedora Developers XO Program posted by Steve Buck on Mon Mar 2 11:11:52 EST 2009:
"Is this something that we may want to get going at other uni's?
- "I'd love to see professors picking up on this." from RIT and the Fedora Developers XO Program posted by Greg Dekoenigsberg on Mon Mar 2 11:18:09 EST 2009
Teachers' non-technical contributions?
From RIT and the Fedora Developers XO Program posted by Steve Buck on Mon Mar 2 11:11:52 EST 2009: "... are we looking for teachers to be involved from a non-technical perspective?"
- "Absolutely. The sooner the better. ... But it's absolutely necessary when you're connecting activities directly to curriculum." from RIT and the Fedora Developers XO Program posted by Greg Dekoenigsberg on Mon Mar 2 11:18:09 EST 2009
From Some Suggestions from K-12 posted by John Concilus on Mon Mar 2 12:48:10 EST 2009:
"Looking for K-12 Math Teachers?"
- John offered assistance from Bering Strait School District, Unalakleet, Alaska school teachers, but didn't receive a response.
From Class start-up posted by Stephen Jacobs on Sun Mar 8 16:51:39 EDT 2009:
"Has there been much of an effort to see what's gone before when designing Mongo? Have folks hit the ACM SIGGRAPH library on education and games, the serious games or games 4 change mail lists and archives to look at other efforts?"
- "Mongo is my half-baked idea. I think it's got some good instincts, but I'm certainly no game designer, and I am in no way married to it. So long as the output is completely Free and Open Source, focuses on delivering educational content in a self-contained, modular way that clearly maps to concepts identified in curriculum frameworks, and is written in a language that the typical bright 14-year-old kid can hack (which is why I lean towards Python), I will be delighted." from Class start-up posted by Greg Dekoenigsberg on Sun Mar 8 20:04:01 EDT 2009