Look at the course description. It is nicely done. Having an Intro course on LiveCode aimed towards teachers would be a good start. I could see this being perfect for LiveCode.Join us! The University of Northern Iowa is pleased to announce the commencement of the summer 2021 offering of our popular online course "Introduction to Programming with Scratch." This course has been offered a dozen times since its initial offering in 2014 and has been completed by over 1500 teachers from at least 25 countries. It has been adapted for local use by several school districts including San Francisco Public Schools and Broward County Public Schools.
The course consists of approximately 25 hours of lecture videos, practice labs, and formal programming assignments completed at your own pace between now and July 23, 2021. It is available free for those looking for personal development. Graduate workshop credit is available (for a fee of $125) for those needing formal license renewal/PD credit (applicable in most states).
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Perhaps looking for grant money would be a good start? If LiveCode does not have the funds, perhaps we could get funding from CS groups or others? I proposed this a few years ago when I gave a presentation to teachers at a CS4HS convention. LC was mildly interested but did not offer ant support or encouragement. They do not see the long term advantages. With use in the classroom, students graduate to use it in their jobs which leads to sales in companies. As the language gains widespread attention and use in the schools, businesses look more seriously at it as a language because new hires are already trained in it. This is the best path for LiveCode to become a mainstream language or at least gain more attention in the media and in homes.