We are providing as many resources as we can and are always trying to find out about more that are being or have been created by the community to share. If you have created or know of materials that you don’t find here please be sure to contact us and let us know. We will be happy to review and add to list.
If you are not finding relevant materials specifically designed for the version of Alice you are using be sure to review Alice 3 and Alice 2 resources as some materials may be easy to transform for your use. If you are still unable to find what you need please contact us so that we can add it to our list of to dos. You may also find it helpful to reach out to our teacher list. There may be someone there that has already created what you are looking for or that can help.
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We are trying to create a full library of content that can be used for the most common how to tutorials related to doing this in the Alice software. This includes everything from how to install the software to simple tutorials on all of the different interface components and features as well as tips and tricks to implementing different animation and interactive elements. These can be used by instructors to learn best practices or directly accessed by creators to answer specific question on demand. They generally will include a video and text directions as well as downloadable documents for printing quick reference materials.
Lessons are intended to be stand alone units that cover broader concepts or skills. We have tried to make them as simple and modular as possible so that there is the most flexibility possible for mixing and matching to create different length and depth curriculums from these lessons. Lessons include a facilitation guide outlining different options for running the lesson , lecture and presentation materials, reference to all the supporting how to content needed to apply the lesson to Alice, optional assessment materials, and links to relevant Exercises and Projects.
Exercises and Projects are ideas for in class assignments or longer curricular based project learning options. They can range from simple skills applications to longer projects that are designed to span multiple lessons or a full project based curriculum. You can find a range of ideas and themes to help you apply your skills or challenge students.
There have been lots of both print and digital textbooks created to support full Alice curriculums and learning. In many cases these books also include great curricular resources that can be used in full or in part to help implement Alice in classrooms, clubs, or even summer camps in different subject matters and for different durations.
Our modular lesson content can be mixed and matched to fit your needs. This section outlines some options for different lengths and depths of engagement to help you get started offering Alice or integrate it into existing offerings. We have also included additional curriculum mapping resources for specific courses and standards mapping.
Including Audio in Alice worlds can add a great layer of immersion and serve as the creative spark for many unique projects like music videos. The Alice software comes with a number of audio files provided. We have also created and are sharing a number of additional resources for free usage as well providing materials to help you find other content or even create your own.
We are proud of our name and our logo. This section shares with you a number of templates and resources that you are free to use to spruce up promotions for courses and events, create awards and prizes for student achievement, or just to help you show of your love of Alice.