- A Logo Success Story
Miss Johnson had been a teacher for more than 20 years. She had taught a variety of subjects to students of different ages and backgrounds, but her favorite subject to teach was computer science. She loved teaching her students about algorithms, programming languages, and how to write code. However, she had always felt that something ...
- Past and Future Turtles Part 3: Logo Moving Forward
Past and Future Turtles Part One
Past and Future Turtles Part Two
When Seymour Papert originally conceptualized Logo, he envisioned a language that could be used to demonstrate not just how a computer followed instructions, but how a human being followed instructions, especially those of their own making, and how they developed them. As such, the language ...
- The Art of the Turtle
turtleSpaces isn’t just about games or 3D models, it’s also about art. Although generated by a Logo computer program, some of the visuals created by turtleSpaces can be quite striking! Combined with a digital art program such as Filter Forge, the results can be very artistic indeed.
Check out this gallery of turtle art:
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- Past and Future Turtles: Logo’s Adventures in Academia (Part 2)
This is a continuation of Past and Future Turtles: The Evolution of the Logo Programming Language (Part 1)
So, Logo was the greatest thing that had ever happened to education, and it was going to foster a bright new generation of geniuses who were going to change the world. We just had to get it out there, ...
- Past and Future Turtles: The Evolution of the Logo Programming Language (Part 1)
When I was a young child, one of my best friends was a turtle.
Not a real turtle, although that would have been fun, but a virtual one. My turtle lived inside of an Apple II, an early 8-bit computer, at my elementary school.
When I first met her, my turtle, she didn’t do much. She just ...