Diverse Internationalisation of Teacher Education

Andre Schappo A.Schappo at lboro.ac.uk
Thu Jun 23 03:15:15 CDT 2022

Hi Peter

their website https://dite.usz.edu.pl/
their facebook https://www.facebook.com/DITEproject
their email dite at usz.edu.pl
their linkedin https://www.linkedin.com/in/dite-project-b90ab1241/

It is not my project but I will certainly be encouraging them to encompass Unicode and other aspects of software i18n and L10n in their teacher education.

André Schappo
From: CAVALLARO, Peter (pcava4) <pcava4 at eq.edu.au>
Sent: 23 June 2022 01:35
To: unicode at unicode.org <unicode at corp.unicode.org>; Andre Schappo <A.Schappo at lboro.ac.uk>
Subject: Re: Diverse Internationalisation of Teacher Education


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Hi André, I am a technology teacher that reads this list and am fascinated and in awe of what Unicode does, the problem it solves and how it solves it, so it is with great delight I read about your project.

I do not have a twitter account and choose not to open one. Is there another avenue to access information about the project.


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Peter Cavallaro

HOD Science/Agriculture/Engineering

Nanango State High School

54 Elk Street, Nanango  QLD  4615

Phone: (07) 4171 6444

Fax: (07) 4171 6400

Email: pcava4 at e<mailto:lster5 at eq.edu.au>q.edu.au

From: Unicode <unicode-bounces at corp.unicode.org> on behalf of Andre Schappo via Unicode <unicode at corp.unicode.org>
Sent: Tuesday, 21 June 2022 10:34 PM
To: unicode at unicode.org <unicode at corp.unicode.org>
Subject: Diverse Internationalisation of Teacher Education

This morning I discovered this new project: "Diverse Internationalisation of Teacher Education" (DITE)

So, I consider that Teachers should be taught the basics of Unicode and Unicode programming so that they can teach students how to build software for the world and for cultures other than their own culture.

As we all know, Unicode is an essential core technology for software i18n & L10n. So, I consider this project an opportunity to get Unicode on the school Computer Science & IT curricula.

So, if you would like to pitch for Unicode being taught to teachers, the DITE twitter is https://twitter.com/dite_project

I have started a twitter thread response to DITE at https://twitter.com/andreschappo/status/1539207010511736832

André Schappo


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