My friend Dave Jacobus is blogging again and provides a look into how his school year is going. Dave uses Code Rules (a free curriculum resource I’ve talked about before) in his Visual Basic .NET course. He supplements it with a number of projects of his own. He writes about some of them on his blog and provides a link to the student template for one of them. This is a great example of teachers sharing with others.
Dave also teaches AP CS (Java) and he talks about the stack project he is using with that class as well. It’s all good stuff and it sounds like his school year is running fairly well so far. Brian Scarbeau has been writing about his year on his blog lately as well. He’s using DotNetNuke with his web development students.
I hope to read other updates on other teacher blogs soon. If you know of any good computer science teacher blogs that are not already on my list at this site please leave me a comment. Thanks!