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Contributed by Evgeniya Gushchina, December 08, 2017
Procedural thinking for children: the ways to obtain it developed by a teacher and programmer
Tutorial
Middle School
Computer Science
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Contributed by Augusto Chioccariello, December 03, 2017
Una guida docente alle Carte di Scratch in Italiano.
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Contributed by ScratchEd Team, November 15, 2017
Curious about how to support creative computing in your classroom? Check out these free ScratchEd resources:
Tool, Website, Other
Preschool and Kindergarten, Elementary School, Middle School, High School, Professional Development
Computer Science, Engineering, Language Arts, Mathematics, Music, Science, Social Studies, Teacher Education, Technology, Visual Arts
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Contributed by ScratchEd Team, November 13, 2017
Boston ScratchEd Meetups Organizer Janet Dee explores digital making inspired by a work of art.
Activity, Lesson Plan
Preschool and Kindergarten, Elementary School
Computer Science, Language Arts, Science, Social Studies, Visual Arts
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Contributed by Angela Sofia Lombardo, November 03, 2017
Piccola collezione di risorse per iniziare a presentare Scratch ai vostri alunni.
Activity
Elementary School, Middle School
Computer Science
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Contributed by Stefano Collovati, October 25, 2017
Traduzione italiana delle Coding Card di Scratch! Italian Translation of the Scratch Coding Cards!
Activity, Handout, Sample Scratch Project, Tool, Tutorial
Preschool and Kindergarten, Elementary School, Middle School
Computer Science, Language Arts, Mathematics, Music, Science, Teacher Education, Technology, Visual Arts, Other
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Contributed by Augusto Chioccariello, October 05, 2017
Italian translation of the Scratch Cards for the “Animate a Name” and “Race to the Finish” activities. Italian translation by Maria Paola Alberti d'Enno, Laura Vianello e Augusto Chioccariello
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Contributed by Giulio Bonanome, September 23, 2017
Italian version of Scratch Design Activities by Karen Brennan
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Preschool and Kindergarten, Elementary School, Middle School, High School, College and University, Professional Development, Other
Computer Science, Engineering, Language Arts, Mathematics, Music, Science, Social Studies, Teacher Education, Technology, Visual Arts, Other
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Contributed by Jared O'Leary, September 01, 2017
This free, interest-driven curriculum includes projects and resources designed specifically for elementary coders and coding educators with little or no coding experience.
Activity, Assessment, Audio and Video, Curriculum, Handout, Lesson Plan, Presentation, Reference Guide, Sample Scratch Project, Tool, Tutorial, Website
Preschool and Kindergarten, Elementary School, Middle School, High School, College and University, Professional Development
Computer Science, Engineering, Language Arts, Mathematics, Music, Science, Social Studies, Teacher Education, Technology, Visual Arts
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Contributed by Jared O'Leary, September 01, 2017
This article explores a rationale for moving from puzzle-based coding to interest-driven projects.
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Preschool and Kindergarten, Elementary School, Middle School, High School, College and University, Professional Development
Computer Science, Music, Teacher Education, Technology, Visual Arts
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Contributed by Warren Grieve, August 24, 2017
Stuck for ideas.. a way to get into coding, want flipped learning, need to start somewhere with some help... here we are. A Google slide presentation ready to share with teachers and pupils.
Activity, Audio and Video, Curriculum, Handout, Lesson Plan, Presentation
Elementary School, Professional Development
Computer Science, Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Teacher Education
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Contributed by Elliot Schultz, July 28, 2017
Making an interactive board game for use in a multitude of subject areas.
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Elementary School, Middle School, High School, College and University
Computer Science, Engineering, Language Arts, Mathematics, Music, Science, Social Studies, Teacher Education, Technology, Visual Arts
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Contributed by Ioannis Arvanitakis, July 19, 2017
Σε πολλά έργα που δημιουργούμε στο Scratch υπάρχει η ανάγκη να μπορούμε να μετακινούμε έναν χαρακτήρα δεξιά – αριστερά με τα βελάκια.
Activity, Audio and Video, Tutorial
Elementary School, Middle School
Computer Science, Technology
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Contributed by Ioannis Arvanitakis, July 19, 2017
Πως μπορούμε να πετύχουμε στο Scratch το εφέ της μετακίνησης ενός χαρακτήρα σε βάθος οθόνης.
Audio and Video, Tutorial
Elementary School, Middle School
Computer Science
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Contributed by Ioannis Arvanitakis, July 19, 2017
Using makey makey and programming in Scratch we can make a running game that players actually run on a specially designed board.
Activity, Reference Guide, Sample Scratch Project
Preschool and Kindergarten, Elementary School
Computer Science, Engineering, Technology
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Contributed by Ioannis Arvanitakis, July 19, 2017
Create a simple candy machine with lego bricks which you can use in your Scratch games to award winners with candy!
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Elementary School, Middle School
Computer Science, Engineering
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Contributed by Ioannis Arvanitakis, July 19, 2017
Combine Scratch with makey makey to make a fun game!
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Elementary School, Middle School
Computer Science, Engineering, Science, Technology
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Contributed by Ioannis Arvanitakis, July 19, 2017
Build a wind turbine with lego and program it with Scratch using the microphone of the computer as the wind input.
Activity, Audio and Video, Sample Scratch Project
Elementary School, Middle School
Computer Science, Engineering, Science, Technology
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Contributed by Ioannis Arvanitakis, July 19, 2017
Mixing Scratch programming with 3d printing and electronic circuits to make an interactive board!
Activity, Audio and Video
Elementary School, Middle School
Computer Science, Engineering, Social Studies, Technology
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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!
Activity, Audio and Video, Curriculum, Lesson Plan, Tool, Tutorial
Preschool and Kindergarten, Elementary School, Middle School, High School, College and University, Professional Development
Computer Science, Engineering, Language Arts, Mathematics, Music, Science, Social Studies, Teacher Education, Technology, Visual Arts
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Contributed by Wilhelmina Peragine, June 21, 2017
For our last #ScratchEdChat, we hosted a discussion on Scratch and Problem Solving.
Tool
Elementary School, Middle School, High School
Computer Science, Mathematics, Teacher Education, Technology
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Contributed by Carrie Beth Rykowski, June 15, 2017
​This STEAM unit is a multifaceted simulation of engineering research combined with an art project!
Curriculum
Middle School
Technology, Visual Arts
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Contributed by Lianka Prada, June 15, 2017
Interview about kids and learning.
Other
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Teacher Education
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Contributed by ScratchEd Team, June 06, 2017
Interested in joining a #ScratchEdChat but not sure where to start? The ScratchEd Team created this resource to help you join the conversation.
Reference Guide, Tool, Tutorial, Other
Preschool and Kindergarten, Elementary School, Middle School, High School, College and University, Professional Development, Other
Computer Science, Engineering, Language Arts, Mathematics, Music, Science, Social Studies, Teacher Education, Technology, Visual Arts, Other
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Contributed by Sue Gray, June 03, 2017
A digital making project for Scratch and Makey Makey.
Sample Scratch Project
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Computer Science
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