[Squeakland] Squeak in China
liuxinyu95 at gmail.com
Mon Apr 10 07:52:27 PDT 2006
I am very glad to here that you used Squeak with your students in Shanghai.
I am in Beijing now. I travel to Shanghai several times every year, so we
can meet soon. There are a lot of things to do, for example, translate some
materials and resources, find more people who are interesting in Squeak,
localize it, use it in practice and tell children and adults how to use it,
and much much more....
Anyway, we started.
On 4/9/06, Louise Michaud <louise_michaud at yahoo.com> wrote:
> I am a middle school computer teacher at SMIC Private School in Shanghai.
> I teach for the English track. My grade 7 students (ages 11-12) have
> been learning with Squeak for the past few months. If you are in Shanghai, I
> would be very interested in having a Squeak user group.
> Louise Michaud
> At 10:33 PM +0800 4/6/06, Xinyu Liu wrote:
> >I am a programmer come from China. From a friend I got to know about
> >I think it is really a great thing. It can help kids in all ages
> >learn something while playing.
> >However, when I search squeakland materials in Chinese by Google, I
> >found that there
> >is little Chinese information about it, nor a Chinese community.
> >So, I decide to translate some basic background of squeakland to
> >Chinese language.
> >I just tried a couple of pages in <http://www.squeakland.org>
> >www.squeakland.org. But I used some images, pictures,
> >and links from <http://www.squeakland.org>www.squeakland.org. Is it
> >OK? Can you give me a permission that I can
> >use them? I just want to continue this work, to try my personnal
> >best to introduce squeak
> >to China, to let more and more chinese people know about it.
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> starting at 1¢/min.
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