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Adventures in Alice Programming
Workshop for High School Teachers
South Carolina Summer 2013
What is Alice?
Alice is an object-oriented programming language that is used to create 3-D animations. It has been designed to make object-oriented programming easier to teach and learn and also to attract a larger, more inclusive audience to programming and eventually to careers in a computer field. Teaching Alice in a first computer programming course provides students with a positive experience with computing and programming making these students more likely to choose a computing major and to succeed in their college degree program. Alice is made freely available by its creators at Carnegie Mellon University.
Summer 2013 Workshop Dates:Must attend both weeks.
- June 10 - 14: Columbia College, Columbia, SC
- June 17 - 20: Duke University, Durham, NC/
Benefits for Attendees:
- Teachers will be trained in Alice and develop instructional classroom materials.
- Teachers will receive a certificate of completion for 70 hours of classroom work.
- On-campus lodging, breakfast and lunch will be provided.
- Teachers will be paid an $800 stipend for completing the workshop.
- Alice classroom support will be provided during the 2012-13 academic year.
- A community of Alice high school teachers in the state of South Carolina will be developed.
- Through the Alice Symposium, teachers will experience how Alice is used throughout the United States.
One workshop will be held during summer 2013 to train teachers in Alice and to support teachers
as they develop curricular materials to be used in their own classrooms.
- Week one, Monday - Friday: Alice training
- Week two, Monday - Thursday: Curricular development and ALice Symposium
Teachers will meet at Columbia College for a one-day workshop during the summer of 2013.
For more information, contact:
|Madeleine Schep||RoxAnn H. Stalvey|
|Columbia College||College of Charleston|