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[News] How GNU/Linux Enables Kids to Learn and Play

  • Subject: [News] How GNU/Linux Enables Kids to Learn and Play
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 03 Oct 2009 19:24:58 +0100
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Teaching Kids Programming with Free Programming Languages

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| Teaching young students or even your own kids to learn or be 
| interested in programming can be really daunting. However, there 
| are free programming languages that are designed to teach children 
| the basic concepts and elements required in traditional 
| programming that you can use to get the job done quite easily. 
| Most of these languages are graphics-based that makes them fun and 
| attractive for young ones or even for adults who are absolute 
| beginner in programming. So enjoy and teach your kids programming 
| with these free programming languages.


Five Really Fun Open Source Video Games

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| Life can't be all work, all the time. You need to make room for 
| some fun and games. When you're ready to kick back, kill some 
| aliens, or riff on a guitar, here are some really fun open source 
| video games to check out.



Edubuntu 9.04 vs openSUSE 11.1 Li-f-e

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| I use educational software a lot. As I am the IT admin of a local school and
| consult for a few more, I get the chance to see the software in action and
| see the results and responses ( as well as hear the complaints and/or
| appreciation when it comes up )
| Getting ready for this new school year and needing to update and put new
| installs in, I have thus far boiled it down to two contenders, Ubuntu in
| it's Edubuntu form and openSUSE 11.1 offered in it's Li-f-e version.

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