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Contributed by Derek Breen, March 10, 2018
Happy to share this 25-hour game design curriculum originally developed for middle school teachers during Boston STEM Week.
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Contributed by Ha Bui Viet, October 18, 2016
This is my short book for student from 10 to 18 ages to self learning Scratch
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Contributed by Denis Golikov, April 07, 2015
ПЕРВЫЙ ДЕТСКИЙ ЖУРНАЛ О ПРОГРАММИРОВАНИИ НА SCRATCH! Журнал для уверенных программистов на Scratch, которые знакомы со всеми блоками и прочитали не менее половины первой части учебника Scratch
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Contributed by Eduardo Vlieg, September 10, 2014
This book is a sequel to the book “Basic Scratch”. Basic Scratch was intended for the complete beginner to the world of programming and Scratch. This book goes beyond the basics of Scratch.
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Contributed by Nergiz Cagiltay, April 22, 2014
http://www.odtuyayincilik.com.tr/products/844-scratch-le-programlamayi-ogreniyorum.aspx
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Contributed by Eduardo Vlieg, March 17, 2014
This book is intended for complete beginners to the world of programming and Scratch. This book will teach you the basics of Scratch.
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Contributed by Eduardo Vlieg, March 16, 2014
Learn computer programming the easy and fun way.
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Contributed by Eduardo Vlieg, March 16, 2014
Everybody can learn computer programming.
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Contributed by Abhay Joshi, September 06, 2013
This handout consists of 2 pages and it gives an overview of the idea of "learning through programming". It will come handy when are trying to present the idea to a prospective teacher or parent.
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Contributed by amanda wilson, February 14, 2013
Paper presented at the 6th European Conference on Games Based Learning
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Contributed by Michael Droste, November 16, 2012
Clear concise instructions to complete an Anti Bullying Commercial using Scratch
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Contributed by Jesse Heines, August 06, 2012
"There is nothing like making music and messing with sound to inspire people to learn how to program." -- Professor Dan Trueman, cofounder of the Princeton Laptop Orchestra
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Contributed by Wade Gemmell, April 18, 2012
For today's program, we are going to build a simple Pac-Man game. Pac-Man was one of the very first arcade games developed around 1980.
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Contributed by Kim Wilkens, October 11, 2011
This is a great resource for students and teachers just starting with Scratch. It includes links to resources, video tutorials & project checklists.
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Contributed by Stefano Federici, February 04, 2011
Now even Logo programming can be learned in a drag-and-drop, Scratch-like environment.
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Contributed by Sandra, February 14, 2015
This article includes photos as well as practical advice for educators on how to teach the fundamentals of programming using Scratch.
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Contributed by cliff, March 20, 2012
High school students from the UK blog about how how they use Scratch in school and why learning programming matters.
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Contributed by Al, July 22, 2011
Scratch is gaining real grounds in Cameroon's educational system via the first Scratch Club at ActivSpaces, Buea.
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Member since August 28, 2011
I am teacher of informatics and I just find out for Scratch!
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I am a teacher of Informatics in Arsakeia Schools in Athens, Greece and teacher trainer. I have received my BA in Physics, MSc, MEd and PhD from University of Athens in 1990, 1994, 2000 and 2010 respectively. My research lies on the area of open interactive learning environments which support exploratory and collaborative learning in the context of Didactics of Science and Didactics of Informatics. The research focuses on the development of educational scenarios and microworlds and utilization in the teaching-learning process through exploratory and collaborative activities. My research interests include Web-based Education, Computer Science Education, Teacher Training & Development, Educational Social Networking. In 2009 I created the Greek Educational Online Social Network "Logo in Education: a community of practice and learning" (http://logogreekworld.ning.com/).
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Member since March 30, 2011
Professionally educated game designer involved in education and casual games.
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Créateur et animateur du club de programmation/robotique ludique de Saint Gratien pour l'association Forum Education Science Culture (France/95) Creator and organizer of the robotic playful club in Saint Gratien (France/95)
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I'm the Middle School Technology and Learning Coach at the International School Bangkok, Thailand. Due to my programming background and former work with Lego Mindstorms, I am interested in infusing computational thinking with Scratch at ISB to empower students in a 1:1 laptop school.
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