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Contributed by Brian Harvey, March 16, 2013
Snap! is a reimplementation of BYOB (Build Your Own Blocks), a language for teaching high school and college computer science inspired by Scratch, extended with first class procedures...
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Contributed by Moti Ben-Ari, February 04, 2013
Middle-school students can learn computer science by working through guided projects.
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Contributed by ScratchEd Team, July 26, 2011
This online tutorial frames basic programming concepts in the language of Scratch.
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Contributed by Stefano Federici, October 22, 2010
A new way of understanding CS algorithms by constructing them.
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Contributed by Kim, February 23, 2015
Tasked with finding ways to incorporate computer science concepts into the K-8 curriculum at St. Anne’s-Belfield School, one of the first areas where we have seen affinity is with world languages.
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Contributed by ScratchEd, December 10, 2012
Celebrate CSEdWeek this year with ScratchEd!
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Contributed by ScratchEd, December 07, 2011
In this feature story for CSEdWeek 2011, Vicki Gold shares her approaches to supporting students with autism using Scratch.
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Contributed by ScratchEd, December 08, 2010
This webcast from the National Science Foundation (NSF) celebrates CSEd Week highlights the Exploring Computer Science program.
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Contributed by Cameron, October 18, 2010
A day of creativity, play and learning in Central Park, the Ultimate Block Party was the perfect location to share Scratch with over 3,000 children from all walks of life in New York City.
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Contributed by amanda, February 24, 2010
Two classes of eight year olds are using Scratch to learn more about programming. By combining Scratch and use of some remote control toys they are learing about the basics of control.
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Contributed by Karen, December 10, 2009
Computer Science Education Week is December 6 to December 12
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American in Taiwan teaching English, Science and Math. I teach SCRATCH at Cornell Bilingual Elementary School in Taoyuan, Taiwan.
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Computer Science Teacher at Universidad Autonoma de Occidente (Cali - Colombia), Technology Teacher (Middle Years Programme) at Colegio Colombo Britanico (International Baccalaureate)(Cali - Colombia)
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Teacher of Computer Science and English. Teacher O&O (Technasium) Secondary Education.
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ICT infrastructure developer at UNI-C, the Danish IT Centre for Education and Research
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Secondary level teacher with 22 years of teaching experience - the last 13 years spent as a one man technology department with classes in Web, Robotics, Intro To Gaming,and 4 levels of Computer Science. I have done presentations on Scratch at the TCEA conference in Austin for several years.
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