[IAEP] Apple Eases Restrictions On iPhone Developers

Steve Thomas stevesargon at gmail.com
Sun Jun 13 01:03:13 EDT 2010

On Sun, Jun 13, 2010 at 12:18 AM, Alan Kay <alan.nemo at yahoo.com> wrote:

> 2. Have you put in the effort to learn about the psychological,
> anthropological, neurological and educational sources that were drawn on to
> invent both personal computing and the "powerful ideas" curricula which have
> been done and carefully tested over the years? (Hint, most of this
> information has been published and is readily available ...)

Do you have a suggested reading list?

> The deeper scientific questions in soft areas like educational theory and
> curriculum design have to be concerned first asking important questions, and
> second with whether all the relevant cases have been identified and
> considered and factored into the actual designs and experimental
> methodology. (And I'm a big fan of being really careful and getting real
> criticism from real peers too)

What are the important questions?

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