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Contributed by Evgeniya Gushchina, December 08, 2017
Procedural thinking for children: the ways to obtain it developed by a teacher and programmer
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Contributed by Augusto Chioccariello, December 03, 2017
Una guida docente alle Carte di Scratch in Italiano.
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Contributed by ScratchEd Team, November 15, 2017
Curious about how to support creative computing in your classroom? Check out these free ScratchEd resources:
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Contributed by ScratchEd Team, November 13, 2017
Boston ScratchEd Meetups Organizer Janet Dee explores digital making inspired by a work of art.
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Contributed by Angela Sofia Lombardo, November 03, 2017
Piccola collezione di risorse per iniziare a presentare Scratch ai vostri alunni.
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Contributed by Stefano Collovati, October 25, 2017
Traduzione italiana delle Coding Card di Scratch! Italian Translation of the Scratch Coding Cards!
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Contributed by Augusto Chioccariello, October 05, 2017
Italian translation of the Scratch Cards for the “Animate a Name” and “Race to the Finish” activities. Italian translation by Maria Paola Alberti d'Enno, Laura Vianello e Augusto Chioccariello
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Contributed by Giulio Bonanome, September 23, 2017
Italian version of Scratch Design Activities by Karen Brennan
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Contributed by Jared O'Leary, September 01, 2017
This free, interest-driven curriculum includes projects and resources designed specifically for elementary coders and coding educators with little or no coding experience.
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Contributed by Jared O'Leary, September 01, 2017
This article explores a rationale for moving from puzzle-based coding to interest-driven projects.
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Contributed by Warren Grieve, August 24, 2017
Stuck for ideas.. a way to get into coding, want flipped learning, need to start somewhere with some help... here we are. A Google slide presentation ready to share with teachers and pupils.
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Contributed by Elliot Schultz, July 28, 2017
Making an interactive board game for use in a multitude of subject areas.
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Contributed by Ioannis Arvanitakis, July 19, 2017
Σε πολλά έργα που δημιουργούμε στο Scratch υπάρχει η ανάγκη να μπορούμε να μετακινούμε έναν χαρακτήρα δεξιά – αριστερά με τα βελάκια.
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Contributed by Ioannis Arvanitakis, July 19, 2017
Πως μπορούμε να πετύχουμε στο Scratch το εφέ της μετακίνησης ενός χαρακτήρα σε βάθος οθόνης.
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Contributed by Ioannis Arvanitakis, July 19, 2017
Using makey makey and programming in Scratch we can make a running game that players actually run on a specially designed board.
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Contributed by Alexa, October 30, 2017
Creative Computing is thriving in Kentucky, where, among many great initiatives, organizers have put together STLP, the Student Technology Leadership Program.
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Contributed by reggiani, September 21, 2017
3 challenges, one year!
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Contributed by ScratchEd, June 01, 2017
At Sinclair Elementary School, a communications-focused /STEM magnet school in Houston, TX, all 560 K-12 students in Bradley Quentin’s STEM Lab are building confidence with creative computing.
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Contributed by ScratchEd, May 22, 2017
“If it can work here, it can work anywhere,” says Kimberly Boyce, a STEM Lab teacher in a Title 1 school in Houston, TX. In this story, she shares how.
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Contributed by ScratchEd, May 15, 2017
5th grade teacher, Alfonso Mendoza, shares how Scratch is helping all students—English Language Learners in particular—to feel integrated into their classroom learning community.
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Contributed by ScratchEd, May 03, 2017
Thinking of hosting a small Scratch Day celebration in your classroom or school? Check out this interview with Scratch Day host, Heloisa Zalcberg.
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Contributed by Patrick, April 04, 2017
A glimpse into Charlotte Corbett's technology class at the Horace Mann School of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing.
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Contributed by Fabrizio, March 21, 2017
During Pi Day 2017 at Rovigo, Italy I teach coding with a new game: the game of robot-plotter
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Contributed by Devanshi, March 13, 2017
I am sharing my personal experience about the difference between the education system in India and America and how I am using scratch to change other lives.
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Contributed by ScratchEd, March 03, 2017
Emily Roach, a Middle School Computer Science and Digital Communications teacher, gives us a look inside her classroom.
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Contributed by ScratchEd, March 01, 2017
What can it look like to build deep math understanding through Scratch, as a teacher and as a student?
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Contributed by ScratchEd, February 17, 2017
Natalie Rusk, creator of the new Scratch Coding cards, shares eight ways to use the cards in the classroom.
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Contributed by ScratchEd, February 16, 2017
The Nairobi Play Project believes that all youth have the right to imagine, learn, and build the world they live in.
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Contributed by ScratchEd, February 15, 2017
Ryan Smith, a school board technology services consultant in Bracebridge, Ontario, facilitates professional development that helps flip typical student/teacher roles.
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Contributed by ScratchEd, January 23, 2017
Sue Cusack and Jacy Edelman, of Lesley University's STEAM Makerspace, share their perspectives on the powerful potential of Scratch in the classroom.
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My name is Emily and I teach Third Grade! I am trying to get my students to learn coding to help develop problem solving skills.
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