Mel Chua

Number of videos:
3
EduPsych Theory for Python Hackers v.2.0
PyCon CA 2013
Mel Chua
Recorded: Aug. 11, 2013Language: English

I've taken two years of graduate courses in pedagogical design, educational psychology, and community development. I save you $50k in tuition and hundreds of hours of reading and give you the short version for Pythonistas who care about education and outreach. You'll learn how to critically analyze and describe your Python learning/teaching methods and progress to other hackers and/or educators. This is a revised and expanded version of a talk given at the last PyCon in Santa Clara, with insights from the current batch at Hacker School.

EduPsych Theory for Python Hackers: A Whirlwind Overview
PyCon US 2013
Mel Chua
Recorded: March 15, 2013Language: English

I've taken two years of graduate courses in engineering education. I save you $50k in tuition and hundreds of hours of reading and give you the short version for Pythonistas who care about education and outreach.

Digital signal processing through speech, hearing, and Python
PyCon US 2013
Mel Chua
Recorded: March 13, 2013Language: English

Why do pianos sound different from guitars? How can we visualize how deafness affects a child's speech? These are signal processing questions, traditionally tackled only by upper-level engineering students with MATLAB and differential equations; we're going to do it with algebra and basic Python skills. Based on a signal processing class for audiology graduate students, taught by a deaf musician.