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Contributed by Areti Manataki, January 27, 2015
A free online course that aims to teach young teenagers how to program using Scratch.
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Contributed by Mel McGee, December 09, 2014
You don't need computers to teach kids computational thinking, just imagination. Even if you have your Hour of Code project ready to go, you may want to keep this handy.
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Contributed by Karen Brennan, July 01, 2012
AERA 2012 paper about assessing computational thinking
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Contributed by EDUTEKA - Icesi, January 05, 2012
ISTE y la CSTA aunaron esfuerzos y elaboraron esta Caja de Herramientas que sugiere cómo trabajar el Pensamiento Computacional en los diferentes grados de la educación escolar.
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Contributed by lisa radden, June 27, 2011
As part of my involvement in an evaluation of Scratch by the EDC, I was provided with a series of questions to use in the daily reflections my students wrote in our class blog.
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Contributed by ScratchEd Team, May 24, 2011
Part 3 of 3 ScratchEd Webinars focused on computational thinking.
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Contributed by ScratchEd Team, April 26, 2011
Part 2 of 3 ScratchEd Webinars focused on computational thinking.
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Contributed by ScratchEd Team, March 29, 2011
Part 1 of 3 ScratchEd Webinars focused on computational thinking.
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Contributed by Karen Brennan, January 25, 2011
In this kickoff webinar, we shared our perspectives on the what, how, and why of Scratch.
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Contributed by Karen Brennan, July 28, 2010
Computational concepts, computational practices, learning approaches
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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 Mitch Resnick, July 25, 2009
Introductory presentation at the Creative Computing workshop at MIT Media Lab (July 2009)
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Contributed by ScratchEd, April 01, 2015
Nicole discusses some of the toughest teacher criticisms and questions related to programming and assessing coding projects.
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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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Member since December 17, 2015
Margarida Romero is professor of educational technology at Université Laval (Canada). Her research is oriented towards the inclusive, humanistic and creative uses of technologies (creative design and programming of games and educational robots) for the development of the 21st century skills across the lifespan: cooperation and communication, problem solving, creativity and computational thinking.
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Member since September 07, 2011
A graduate of NYU's Interactive Telecommunications Program, I love making digital things. Right now I'm putting together a little digital storytelling curriculum for my 7 & 9 year olds.
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