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Contributed by Greg Mittleider, October 01, 2018
Happy Monday Scratch Educators! Come and try out my Weekly Scratch Challenge!
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Contributed by ScratchEd, December 08, 2016
Support and celebrate teacher learning by joining the ScratchEd Meetups Network. Here are three ways you can participate:
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Member since April 26, 2012
Art & Technology Educator. My work is in teacher education in the age of digital networks, the maker movement, and Material Inquiry pedagogy. At Teachers College, Columbia University, where I taught in the Art & Art Education program, I designed and directed the Myers Media Art Studio, a center for exploratory art and technology research and education.
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Member since July 12, 2011
I am a faculty in Chuncheon National University of Education, South Korea. My research interests include online collaborative learning, new media based learning, technology integration, and teacher education. Currently, I teach pre-service teachers Scratch programming for them to understand programming concepts and to create learning content. I am looking into how Scratch can help students to develop 21st century learning skills.
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Member since August 17, 2009
Elementary school teacher for 20 years. I've been in the computer lab for more than 15 years (with Logo and Scratch). Love watching my students discover they CAN write their own programs with little and sometimes no help from me.
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Member since April 23, 2009
I am an Associate Professor of Education at Harvard University, in the Graduate School of Education. My research is primarily concerned with the ways in which learning communities support computational creators -- and how technologies and environments can be designed for these learning communities. More concretely, my work focuses on young people's participation in the Scratch website and educators' experiences of working with Scratch in the classroom. As part of this work, I developed the ScratchEd online community, which was launched in August 2009. I completed my PhD at the MIT Media Lab, as a member of the Lifelong Kindergarten group, in October 2012. Before joining the Media Lab in August 2007, I explored music, computer science, mathematics, and education in my post-secondary studies. I have a BSc in computer science and mathematics, a BEd in the same areas, and an MA in curriculum studies - all from the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada.
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