Well, hopefully by the end of the day, I'll know...
Barb starts with Turtle Graphics and uses a feature of Dr. Java I didn't know about which is the Interactions pane. She loads her classes and have her students use an existing class that is based on Logo Turtles.
Also, she's already done Alice and showed them how to create methods in Alice, so going into the Logo Turtle graphics is very natural. Plus, since she has been using the Java syntax in Alice, the students have seen the syntax, but it might not have hit brain cells.
The next thing she does, is use Dr. Java's Interactions pane to open and look at pictures.
A lot of the media computation in Java, is adding shapes, text, and other things to pictures. Most of teaches how to make methods, use parameters, etc.
The above was the morning.
We're doing sound now, and they have a whole lot of cute tools for playing with Sound. For one, SqueakVM which I haven't seen before.
We're using loops, especially for loops to change sound, either increase or decreasing volume. We're also taking sound clips, putting them together and making our own sounds by using loops.
The very last part of the day was using arrays with pictures.