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Hi all

Regarding the mentioned scheduled program for 15 weeks of training, is the schedule going to be adequate for a student in order to master Rhino modeling?

http://wiki.mcneel.com/people/15skills )

Thanks in advance

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Teachers who use the curriculum are providing a more organized approach to modelling with Rhino. Their students become much better modelers.  I think "master Rhino modeling" requires the student to find modeling subject-matter that grabs their interest (beyond the curriculum).  These students will become more competent with Rhino (or any other software).  When they find subject-matter they are interested in, they will succeed at a higher level.  

From my years of teaching Rhino to high school kids, I say yes.

If you need to see samples, I can send you some.

I am working with my local community College to get 2 - 2 credit classes, and I am very confident my kids could pass any "final" test they develop.

J

Yes John, I would be quite grateful if you could send me a couple of student sample works during or after the class. You could please send them here or to moshiri.farzad@gmail.com .

Since I'm switching from my classic training schedule -which was mostly theory based- to a more practical one, I'm eager to compare both the outputs.

I appreciate any sort of tips.

Thanks so much in advance.


John Niebergall said:

From my years of teaching Rhino to high school kids, I say yes.

If you need to see samples, I can send you some.

I am working with my local community College to get 2 - 2 credit classes, and I am very confident my kids could pass any "final" test they develop.

J

files sent to ya.

J

NO!

Mastery comes after using tutorials, training, and practice.... over time... PLUS the addition of 'real' projects that come from you/your students interests.  All of this over time.

For me and the successful design programs I see/visit, include  projects. Add 'real-life projects' to as many exercises as possible.  Print, cnc machine, laser-cut, 3d-print, plasma-cut, scroll-saw cut, scissor-cut, and otherwise create as many projects as possible.  Many projects can be done with paper and scissors.  Add a Laser as soon as possible.   (The Fab Lab / Fab Studio concept.)

bk

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