Short videos on how to do things in Alice are at http://home.cc.gatech.edu/TeaParty/57
Website with a whole course from the Learning to Program with Alice book
Creating a simple game in Alice by Barb Ericson with ideas from Susan Rodgers click a cow project.
SimpleGameInAlice.ppt. This is intended for high school students.
Here is a set of slides used to teach elementary age Girl Scouts about programming a game using Alice. It was created by
Mike Scott from the University of Texas at Austin. It has a cow that is controlled by the arrow keys and when it gets near
the hay it eats it.
Materials for middle school outreach are here http://srv2.lycoming.edu/~pelusoem/SummerOutreach/BU2008.htm
Some on-line tutorials for Alice are at:
Materials from Susan Rodgers of Duke Un
http://www.cs.duke.edu/csed/alice/aliceInSchools/ for middle school
http://www.cs.duke.edu/csed/alice/aliceInSchools/ for K-12 teachers
Worlds from the University of Alabama at Birmingham Alice competition can be seen at: http://www.cis.uab.edu/gray/external/aff-judge/
Barbara Ericson and Steve Cooper are working on some Alice-Media Computation projects. These require the classes in
bookClasses. You can get the zip for the bookClasses directory
from http://coweb.cc.gatech.edu/mediaComp-plan/101. See http://home.cc.gatech.edu/TeaParty/2 for the projects.
An outline of a course that uses Alice and Media Computation is here:
Outline for Alice-MC.doc
Tutorial created by Barb Ericson
Tutorial on Scene Transitions by Kate Rosier
Some Project Ideas for Alice-Media Computation by Lana are here:
Powerpoints from summer camp for middle school students written by Michelle Venable-Foster
Alice – Advanced!.ppt
Introduction to Alice.ppt
Alice is a free, powerful, high level animation programming environment. It can be used to introduce object-oriented programming to novice programmers.
The goals of the project are to
- increase the retention of "at-risk" computing majors
- attract students to major/minor in computing
- improve students' attitudes towards computing
See more about Alice at http://www.alice.org
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