[Python-il] Looking for Python/OSS students
tom at tomgoren.com
Mon Nov 15 10:19:21 IST 2010
A little OT, but 100 NIS seems to me more like the price of a 1-on-1
If you're organizing a group, see if you can make it a bit more attractive
to parents (especially regarding such an esoteric study subject).
In addition, keep in mind that your curriculum implicates the requirement of
strong knowledge in English - you might want to re-visit some of the
subjects, otherwise the statistics of actually finding students will be
against you (strong English and parents willing to send their children to
Other than that though, good for you and good luck!
On Sun, Nov 14, 2010 at 11:51 PM, cool-RR <cool-rr at cool-rr.com> wrote:
> About a month ago I sent a message to this list in which I tried to
> organize Python/OSS education:
> There was little response so it seems like it's not going to happen anytime
> *But*, I want to start to do a little bit of private tutoring in
> Python/OSS myself. I want to take a few students and teach them to program
> in Python and start their own open-source project.
> My question: Does anyone know of any parents who would be interested in
> sending their children to study Python/OSS from me? It needs to be in the
> Haifa area because that's where I live.
> What I would teach: Python programming (starting from PythonTurtle, then
> programming in the DreamPie shell, and only then actually writing a code
> file,) getting help on StackOverflow and mailing lists, writing
> documentation, starting and managing an open-source project, using git (from
> the gui,) and maybe a few more that I've forgotten.
> I think I'll take 100 ILS for an hour-long lesson for now, and give the
> first lesson free.
> If you know of anyone that might be interested, I'd be happy if you'd
> connect us.
> Ram Rachum.
> Python-il mailing list
> Python-il at hamakor.org.il
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