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Contributed by Julian Screawn, January 09, 2014
An educator's guide to Scratch Programming. This guide was created by Julian Screawn in conjunction with the development of his Master's project.
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Contributed by Debbie Rogers, July 04, 2013
Active scratching!
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Contributed by Janet Dee, April 21, 2013
What great ideas come from teachers gathering to generate a project for introducing High School students to computer science?
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Contributed by ScratchEd Team, March 12, 2013
Short videos of educators demonstrating a space invaders game project and a large-scale Scratch project created by international collaborators.
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Contributed by ScratchEd Team, March 01, 2012
In this webinar, Aaron Morris from the Harvard Graduate School of Education discussed strategies and challenges to sharing with Scratch in formal settings.
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Contributed by ScratchEd Team, May 09, 2011
A concrete artist turned Global Studies high school teacher compiles Scratch resources focusing on collaboration.
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Contributed by Claudia Urrea, November 14, 2010
Children can study different phenomenon by designing their own instruments, putting together an experiment and collecting data.
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Contributed by Seung Joon Choi, August 14, 2010
how to do hands-on workshop exploratory and collaborative. and some inspirations about reusable blocks in real life like pattern language
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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 ScratchEd, May 22, 2017
“If it can work here, it can work anywhere,” says Kimberly Boyce, a STEM Lab teacher in a Title 1 school in Houston, TX. In this story, she shares how.
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Contributed by ScratchEd, May 15, 2017
5th grade teacher, Alfonso Mendoza, shares how Scratch is helping all students—English Language Learners in particular—to feel integrated into their classroom learning community.
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Contributed by ScratchEd, September 02, 2016
MAPs are a great way for students to express themselves, collaboratively.
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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 Janet, May 26, 2014
In the spirit of Scratch, it's time to remix.
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Contributed by Aaron, October 17, 2012
Sharing with Scratch is a video webseries for Scratch educators to encourage thought and conversation around the ways in which Scratch can promote cooperation and collaboration in the classroom.
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Contributed by Aaron, October 02, 2012
Sharing with Scratch is a video webseries for Scratch educators to encourage thought and conversation around the ways in which Scratch can promote cooperation and collaboration in the classroom.
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Contributed by Aaron, September 26, 2012
Sharing with Scratch is a video webseries for Scratch educators to encourage thought and conversation around the ways in which Scratch can promote cooperation and collaboration in the classroom.
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Contributed by Aaron, September 19, 2012
Sharing with Scratch is a video webseries for Scratch educators to encourage thought and conversation around the ways in which Scratch can promote cooperation and collaboration in the classroom.
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Contributed by Aaron, September 13, 2012
Sharing with Scratch is a video webseries for Scratch educators to encourage thought and conversation around the ways in which Scratch can promote cooperation and collaboration in the classroom.
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Contributed by Aaron, September 05, 2012
Sharing with Scratch is a video webseries for Scratch educators to encourage thought and conversation around the ways in which Scratch can promote cooperation and collaboration in the classroom.
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Contributed by Aaron, August 29, 2012
Sharing with Scratch is a video webseries for Scratch educators to encourage thought and conversation around the ways in which Scratch can promote cooperation and collaboration in the classroom.
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Contributed by Sheena, June 30, 2012
Approx 500 6th graders in the Los Altos School district, California made math games using this lesson plan. Creativity, collaboration, computer science at work
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Contributed by ITJ, June 19, 2012
Once more, we have hosted “Scratch Day”.
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Member since August 23, 2009
I am an English teacher. I founded and sponsored a Scratch club for two years at the middle school level. I have incorporated Scratch into my teaching several times. On the main Scratch website, my user name is ashbyr1. I started the discussion of Critique Groups in the forums.
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