This here is a fantastic thread
wow nice, hi
You can’t get any more boring than this…
A worksheet from the “Youth and Education” Foundation
We need a suitable learning book. Does anyone have any ideas or suggestions? I am open to any suggestions!
You are most welcome
…agree, but at least there is something like this. Don’t know if they’ve got anything similar here in Austria…
It’s done. I have found a platform where I can communicate with the children.
I would ask you to take a look at it. What is your first impression? Is there anything you don’t like? What do you like? What do you miss or would you do differently? I am very dependent on your feedback, as it can only make me better and ultimately benefit the students.
Thank you in advance for your help!
check it here, this is a learning platform for schools…
Maybe you need to change your browser language from German to your language?!
they are strong
All you need is to be steady here and you will gain every idea and information you need.
That’s an awesome idea but i will suggest you make out a little time for that or rather after school period, since it’s not part of the syllabus, the students actually need to pass their exams.
I love your passion
The question is rather, what should the children learn in the first place? What the state prescribes is not necessarily goal-oriented! What is more important is a broad education that is close to life and prepares them for the most important things to come.
As part of my “mission”, I would like to bring crypto closer to children. But since the children are not allowed to use real money, I have to rely on test networks and airdrops.
Does anyone know a way to get GoerliETH without having real money in the account? As it is, it’s ruining my plans…
@ruko do you have an idea???
Hi. Just use faucets like https://goerlifaucet.com/ …there you can claim a small amount every day.
The problem is that the wallet needs 0.001 ETH in real money. Otherwise you can’t claim anything. Do you know of an alternative?
Hey @kaysmanays ,
Would love to discuss this with you further! I teach in a French school on the side but in Solidity. I write Aptos technical content for my main job so can brainstorm some ways to structure a curriculum. Let me know!
That sounds fantastic! I would be very happy to work out a curriculum together. But I suspect that our demands are different. My students are in fifth to tenth grade and really don’t have any prerequisites to build on… What does your starting position look like?