Curricular materials for

Learning to Program with Alice

These materials have been developed with support from NSF-0126833, NSF-0302542, NSF-0339734, and NSF-1031351.

Any opinions, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.
 

Instructor's materials to accompany the text

In this section, we provide lots of materials for use by instructors. Most of these materials are password-protected. Use of the password-protected materials is subject to the following terms and conditions:
  1. You can make available the material to your TAs/graders
  2. You can make available portions of the material to the students in your course on hardcopy handouts or on Web pages that are either password-protected or accessible only from your university domain
  3. You are not allowed to make the material or its solutions available on a publicly accessible Web site.
  4. Use of the materials from this website in publications or other commercial endeavors is not permitted and will be considered a violation of copyright.

Please see the specific course calendars below for specific pacing suggestions.

While freely available to instructors, this material is password protected to restrict access to instructors only. Please contact your local Prentice Hall representative for a valid ID/password. Please note that if you are using Firefox or Netscape (or some browser other than Internet Explorer), you must uncheck "Use SSL-3.0" in your advanced options.

Sample Course Syllabi

Here we include several sample course calendars with links to specific Alice curricular/lecture materials. The course calendars are arranged in a variety of approaches. While freely available to instructors, this material is password protected to restrict access to instructors only. Please contact your local Prentice Hall representative for a valid ID/password. Please note that if you are using Firefox or Netscape (or some browser other than Internet Explorer), you must uncheck "Use SSL-3.0" in your advanced options.

Other Curricular Materials


Links to syllabi from other schools



Exams



While freely available to instructors, this material is password protected to restrict access to instructors only. Please contact your local Prentice Hall representative for a valid ID/password. Please note that if you are using Firefox or Netscape (or some browser other than Internet Explorer), you must uncheck "Use SSL-3.0" in your advanced options.

Projects


Contact Information:

     Wanda Dann: wpdann@andrew.cmu.edu
     Stephen Cooper: coopers@stanford.edu
     Don Slater: dslater@cmu.edu