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Avvisi for the week of May 28th

Bittersweet is the last class, as I say fare well and good fortune to a new group of Loremasters.  You have all been a pleasure to coach this year as you learned how to teach yourself about the fascinating worlds inside computers and problems.  Your accounts will not be removed; please feel free to come back to gnimmargorp at any time.  Post your continuing adventures on your Codex and I (or other loremasters) will see them and write back.  We love to keep in touch with Loremasters all over the world.

Your final job is your last self-reflection.

 

Avvisi for the week of May 21st

!Last class before the final project or boss challenge.  If you have any questions about how it will work on Tues and Thurs, now is the time to ask, so you can use all your time in class for work.

!Reminder if you have damage on your account when grades are posted, you’ll max at a B+.  Be sure to clear up any damage before the final project is finished to ensure a clean record so your maximum is as high as possible.

If you haven’t read through the two options you have for your final, please scroll back three weeks to the Avvisis for April 30th and read through the two descriptions.  Knowing in advance which you’ll prefer and being ready to hit the ground running will definitely improve your final mark.

Apologies for the way last week’s Avvisi looked.  I apparently saved a draft copy instead of the final, formatted version, but didn’t go back to check it until I was getting ready to write this week’s Avvisi.  Oops.

Avvisi for the week of May 14th

Computer language that encourages hacking?  That’s the word on Scratch.

Computer language that encourages hacking?

http://www.smithsonianmag.com/innovation/artificial-intelligence-key-personalized-education-180963172/

https://thejournal.com/articles/2017/05/08/cyberattacks-are-increasing-but-defenders-with-cs-education-are-not-keeping-pace.aspx

 

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