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Contributed by Karen Brennan, January 04, 2011
Slides from Scratch@MIT that describe our approach to designing Scratch workshops
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Contributed by Amitai Gat, November 20, 2010
A nation wide program...4000 kids...game developers....with Scratch. What are the challenges? What are the pedagogical and technical approach to implement it?
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Contributed by Karen Randall, September 10, 2010
This slideshow accompanied a panel session for the Scratch@MIT 2010 conference. The focus was on sharing, both through an adult learning community project and through a student remix project.
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Contributed by Margaret Low, August 14, 2010
Encouraging Creators Rather than Consumers. Scratch@MIT 2010 presentation. Describes the Scratch activities of the Technology Volunteers, from the University of Warwick.
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Contributed by Karen Randall, August 14, 2010
Slide show for panel from Scratch@MIT 2010, with examples of ways Scratch is being integrated into math/science classes. Participants considered structures that would help to involve more classes.
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Contributed by UPOD Lab, August 14, 2010
Imagine using Scratch to program everyday household appliances. Wouldn't that entice you to learn programming?
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Contributed by Clare McInerney, August 14, 2010
Scratch in Irish Secondary Schools. Scratch@MIT 2010 conference presentation.
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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 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 Barbara Ericson, August 13, 2010
Report on Georgia Tech's efforts with Scratch as well as Alice, LEGO NXT robots, and PicoCrickets.
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Contributed by Deborah Fields, August 13, 2010
What happens when youth use Scratch in multiple settings? Here I discuss how youth at one school used Scratch in different settings in complementary ways
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Contributed by Ashley Lee, November 22, 2009
ideas for integrating Scratch into classroom curricula
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Contributed by Ashley Lee, November 21, 2009
Parker discusses some of the difficulties students face in transitioning from Scratch to more advanced programming languages, and suggests how the instructor can support this transition.
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Contributed by ScratchEd, August 14, 2018
Watch the Scratch at MIT Keynotes past with these presentations from the start of the conference in 2008, onward. How have things changed? How has the community grown? Let's find out!
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