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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 ScratchEd Team, July 18, 2017
Interested in integrating Scratch into your classroom this Fall, but aren't sure where to start? Here's a recap of our Scratch Across Every Subject Series!
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Contributed by ScratchEd Team, December 15, 2016
Scratch isn’t just for STEM! Here are some ideas for using Scratch in your social studies classroom.
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Contributed by Mike Murphy, April 11, 2015
Simulate an old time radio with Scratch and Picoboard.
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Contributed by Ai Boon Tan, March 09, 2014
Use Scratch stories to stimulate your students to think creatively and to think more deeply about social issues.
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Contributed by Heidi Williams, March 03, 2013
Classroom 2.0 webinar on infusing Scratch projects within the K-8 curriculum
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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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Member since April 29, 2012
I'm a NBPTS certified Elementary teacher exploring the use of integrated technology to enhance student motivation, engagement and achievement.
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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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Member since July 12, 2009
I'm a public middle school special education and social studies teacher in the Bronx in New York City. I started teaching at age 50 after a variety of careers and experiences, all of which come into the classroom with me.
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