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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, May 30, 2017
A recap of our Twitter chat on May 23rd, 2017!
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Contributed by ScratchEd Team, April 18, 2017
Together, Scratch and music have limitless potential for learning and creating! Check out this list of Scratch and Music resources and add your go-to projects, lessons, and activities.
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Contributed by Sean McManus, November 21, 2014
Discover how to make music with Scratch using this handy chart.
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Contributed by Lorraine Leo, August 17, 2012
Presentation at Scratch Creative Computing workshop 2012.
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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 Claire Caine, January 24, 2011
A project for teaching 3rd and 4th graders the names of the notes in the treble clef.
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Contributed by Jesse Heines, August 13, 2010
This handout was created to accompany our workshop at Scratch@MIT on August 13, 2010. It presents 10 examples of creating music using Scratch that grow in complexity.
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Contributed by Alex Ruthmann, October 30, 2009
This paper discusses how Scratch’s “musical live coding” capability can reinforce musical and computational concepts.
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Contributed by ScratchEd, January 07, 2016
Students at the Bullis School are learning the fundamentals of music theory and computer programming.
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Contributed by ScratchEd, July 03, 2013
This special ScratchEd feature story series interviews educators using Scratch across the curriculum.
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Member since August 31, 2017
I am a multiplicity who explores the nexus of music engagement and learning, technology, computer science, video games, participatory culture, skill acquisition and expertise, discourse analysis, and more. Visit JaredOLeary.com to stay up do date with my latest research and connect on various networks.
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Member since October 01, 2013
Master of Arts in Education and Special Education Teacher. Currently I am working in the Kilonpuisto School, Espoo, Finland as a special education teacher teaching autistic pupils. I teach ICT for teachers in my hometown Espoo.
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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 October 28, 2009
I'm a music educator and researcher at New York University working with children and students in elementary through graduate school. I use Scratch as a platform for musical live coding (creating and performing live music improvisations with Scratch code) and using MaKey MaKey kits with students in designing new electronic musical instruments with which to perform using Scratch.
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Member since September 30, 2009
since I was a kid, I wanted to program games like Mario or Sonic, in the age of seven I programmed some drawings with a KC85/3, saving on audio tapes. In shool I programmed in TurboPascal and worked at some video and photography projects. Today I make tutorials for beginners in math, programming, photography
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