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Contributed by Kelly Vaughan, October 30, 2013
Students learn basic Scratch programming by designing an avatar that represents them in 3 positive ways & completes a simple action. Taps into students' creativity while introducing programming!
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Contributed by Noam Koren, September 05, 2013
how can one can find creative ways to express himself and learn more about his interests along the way?
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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 Lianka, April 13, 2016
That is a story about 14 kids who have never coded before and a teacher who want to find a new way to involve kids in coding class. That's a story of a great success in coding class.
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Contributed by Jon, August 07, 2013
Presentation used in #Scratch2013bcn conference in Barcelona.
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Contributed by Sheena, June 30, 2012
Approx 500 6th graders in the Los Altos School district, California made math games using this lesson plan. Creativity, collaboration, computer science at work
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Contributed by ITJ, June 19, 2012
Once more, we have hosted “Scratch Day”.
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Contributed by ITJ, June 19, 2012
The "Repentina" is a challenge to blow your creativity and reflection.
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Contributed by ITJ, October 19, 2011
As a part of our Scratch Day we launched the contest “Repentina”, in which the students were asked to develop a Scratch Project without previously knowing the topic or the restrictions.
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Contributed by ITJ, October 19, 2011
In mid April, 2011, we hosted one more time the ITJ Scratch Day at Campus Queretaro.
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Member since December 17, 2015
Margarida Romero is professor of educational technology at Université Laval (Canada). Her research is oriented towards the inclusive, humanistic and creative uses of technologies (creative design and programming of games and educational robots) for the development of the 21st century skills across the lifespan: cooperation and communication, problem solving, creativity and computational thinking.
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Member since June 12, 2014
I work as a creative coding educator in young and young adults classes. I'm also teaching creative coding to my children and, at the same time, find new way to teach coding to little children through Scratch projects. At the moment, I'm working at my own creative way to involve and teach coding to kids, helping them to use coding like a tool to develop their knowledge and to apply it to their interests.
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Member since June 05, 2012
I worked with Scratch in Europe (France) and South America (Bolivia). I worked with poor and abandoned children in Bolivia and also in two schools in the South of France using Scratch to learn languages.
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Member since October 22, 2010
I'm teaching "IT for educators" in University of Basque Country (www.ehu.es). I'm interested in measuring the Scratch influence in the innovate thinking of the learners.
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