In our experience with teaching Intro to JS with ProcessingJS, we've found it handy to have the following handouts printed out, particularly for the first day. Follow the links to print out the PDFs.
  • Screenshot af grafpapir
    Grafpapir: Et ark med to 400 * 400 gitre, som elever kan skitsere deres tegninger på før de overfører tallene til koden. Ideen kom fra en lærer i programmering i Los Altos School District, som begyndte hendes undervisning med en øvelse, hvor kode bliver til en tegning på grafpapir, før eleverne overhovedet forstår, hvad kode er. This is particularly useful for projects like the Design an Animal project.
  • Screenshot af grafpapir
    Snydeark: Et enkelt side med vores dokumentation - det er bogstaveligt talt vores dokumentation i papirform. I encourage students to use the online documentation ultimately, but some students find it handy to have a physical paper to look at when they're starting to learn, so that they don't have to scroll their code off screen.
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