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Contributed by Tim Telep, February 28, 2017
5 part YouTube video series on how to make a multi-level game using Scratch 2.0 See details for an outline of content covered. Complete Scratch file and illustrated outline pdf included too.
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Contributed by Tim Telep, April 26, 2016
5 part YouTube video series on how to create a simple animation using Scratch 2.0 See details for an outline of content covered in the series. Complete Scratch file and planning page pdf included too.
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Contributed by Tim Telep, January 04, 2016
Elementary-friendly 6 part YouTube video series on how to build a maze game using Scratch 2.0 See details for an outline of content covered in the series. Complete Scratch file included too.
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Contributed by Ashley Lee, November 10, 2009
Scratch stories and resources from a tech club at Spring Hill Advanced Elementary School.
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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 Elise, June 04, 2015
Students gain excitement creating coding games based on a multidisciplinary unit.
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Contributed by ITJ, June 19, 2012
During several months, our ITJ Elementary Scratch Club works to develop a collaborative Scratch Project.
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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 ScratchEd, December 09, 2011
The story for CSEdWeek features Cameron Cross, who integrates Scratch with general curriculum concepts at the elementary school level.
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Contributed by ScratchEd, December 08, 2011
The story for CSEdWeek features PK Shiu, who started an after-school Scratch Club at his sons' school.
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Contributed by ScratchEd, November 01, 2011
A story about an elementary school educator using Scratch to connect with other educators, classrooms and cultures around the world.
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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, June 21, 2011
This time, the members of the club, eight students from ITJ and two international guests, developed a complex didactic resource about water.
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Contributed by Alfia, May 27, 2011
An "Open House" Approach with Student Mentors: Lessons Learned
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Contributed by ITJ, February 18, 2011
Last school year, nine students from our 3 campi used Scratch to build a game inspired on our Bicentennial Celebration.
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Member since January 13, 2011
I have taught Scratch to kids in 2nd - 10th grades in after school, summer camp, lunch club, and private settings. Some of their work is up at the NorthMarinScratch Scratch account. You can see my projects in the link below.
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Member since January 08, 2011
Instituto Thomas Jefferson is a private school in Mexico City, Queretaro and Guadalajara. We have integrated Scratch to our everyday learning activities, so our students can express freely, and therefore enhance their creative thinking and self confidence. * In Kindergarden the students are currently creating a Scratch library that gathers the best of their projects. * In Elementary School, Scratch is a tool our kids use to complement their science and social studies projects. They have developed several interactive games to learn in a fun way. * Both Kinder and Elementary have created their own Scratch Clubs to sharpen their teamwork and persuasive skills. * In Middle and High School, our students are mentoring low income schools to enable life in a digital world. To visit our projects, simply search for the word "ITJ" in the Scratch website. Our kids are willing to have some feedback!
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Member since September 26, 2010
I'm an elementary school teacher whose duties include teaching science and social studies for grade 1-3 classes and librarian/computer/technology for grade 1 to grade 8. My students are interested in programming and animation. Scratch seems like a good fit.
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Member since June 27, 2009
I have been teaching grades 5/6 in St. Paul, Minnesota. Now I am the "content coach" for our school, helping teachers with curriculum and instruction. I got involved with Scratch through the Science Museum of Minnesota. I enjoy finding new ways to integrate Scratch as a tool when exploring other subjects. Some examples are in our Room209 project highlights gallery, http://scratch.mit.edu/galleries/view/29.
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