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This year we are organizing a club for kids where they will be able to study different optional courses. One of them will be Processing. The course lasts about 7 hours - one day. Kids, 13-14, have no (or very little) prior experience in programming.
I thought someone might suggest a resourece to look for ideas and leveled projects.
I am really interested in Problem-Based Learning so I woud rather present a case which they will be able to gradually finish, rather than just tell them about different types of algorythms.
Just to paint the full picture: I am not a CS teacher (I teach Physics), but he is not coming and he thinks that Prcoessing is a spin-off of Java and not worth looking into (he is a Pascal lover:). Also he doesn't start formal progremming till next year, and when he does they only solve abstract tasks with no visual component.