Peter van Roy sent an interesting e-mail to mozart-users mailing list which I wanted to note down and draw attention:
“For those of you interested in using Mozart for teaching programming, I have just published an article giving my experience in teaching a second-year university-level course. This article might be helpful for some of you when setting up a CS curriculum, in particular, to explain why it is useful to use other than mainstream languages in a programming course. I am now teaching this course for the seventh time in the Fall 2010 semester at UCL to 300 engineering students.
Peter Van Roy. /The CTM Approach for Teaching and Learning Programming/. Chapter 5, Horizons in Computer Science Research, Volume 2, Nova Science Publishers, 2010.