anonymous
  • anonymous
For the Mechanical MOOC course, how will the Codecademy exercises be integrated into the course? I looked over them and saw no obvious fit into the existing MIT course on the OCW site.
MIT 6.189 A Gentle Introduction to Programming Using Python (OCW)
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anonymous
  • anonymous
They are going to run together topically. So when the OCW materials address loops, for instance, you'll do the loops exercises on Codecademy. They won't line up precisely, but it will be like having two different people explaining something to you, hopefully both with useful perspectives.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Will the course materials specify exactly which examples need to be done, or would you just be expected to browse around and find them? That's what I was doing, and it wasn't obvious to me which examples to do with each session of the course. The course materials I have don't mention it.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes, each week there will be an e-mail specifying which exercises on Codecademy correspond to which sections of the 6.189 content. We'll also be linking to some video lectures from 6.00SC on MIT OCW as well, again with a rough correspondence to the content in the other sources.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Sounds great, thanks!
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  • anonymous
Sure!

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