Skip to Content

Stories

Posted by ScratchEd Team, April 24, 2015
A four-part ScratchEd feature story series exploring the implementation of Scratch around the world with a focus on developing nations.
1 Comment
4 Bookmarks
Browse 295 Stories
Posted by Ruth Kastenmayer, September 04, 2016
No student email addresses? Here is the simple solution ...
1 Comment
0 Bookmarks
Posted by ScratchEd Team, September 02, 2016
MAPs are a great way for students to express themselves, collaboratively.
0 Comments
1 Bookmark
Posted by ScratchEd Team, August 17, 2016
Nick Giacobbe, a Special Education teacher in Chicago, gives us a look inside his classroom.
0 Comments
0 Bookmarks
Posted by ScratchEd Team, August 17, 2016
Becoming a maker-teacher through Scratch...
0 Comments
1 Bookmark
Posted by ScratchEd Team, July 18, 2016
In this first installment of our new story series, Dylan Ryder, an Educational Technologist in New York City, gives us a look inside his classroom.
0 Comments
1 Bookmark
Posted by ScratchEd Team, July 12, 2016
This middle school student is using Scratch to creatively solve problems in her community.
1 Comment
0 Bookmarks
Posted by ScratchEd Team, July 06, 2016
Educational Technologist, Dylan Ryder, is using Scratch to extend classroom learning in exciting new ways.
0 Comments
2 Bookmarks
Posted by ScratchEd Team, July 06, 2016
Instructional Technology Specialist, Ingrid Gustafson, is helping teachers of all subjects integrate Scratch into their lessons.
0 Comments
0 Bookmarks
Posted by Derek Breen, June 18, 2016
Over 30 teachers gathered on a steamy summer Saturday to dig into the newly-translated Creative Computing Curriculum Guide at Moscow's first Scratch Educator Meetup.
0 Comments
0 Bookmarks
Posted by Jesús Moreno, June 07, 2016
Using Scratch as a way to learn other subjects in K-12 is a good educational resource? What does research say on this regard?
0 Comments
2 Bookmarks
Posted by ScratchEd Team, April 25, 2016
The first New Orleans ScratchEd Meetup took place on April 16, 2016.
0 Comments
0 Bookmarks
Posted by ScratchEd Team, April 11, 2016
ScratchEd Meetups are coming to New Orleans, New York City, San Francisco, and Chicago!
0 Comments
0 Bookmarks
Posted by Elisabeth Lepert, April 04, 2016
A 7th grade class creates an Art project using geometrical concepts and coding.
0 Comments
4 Bookmarks
Posted by Paulina Haduong, March 30, 2016
The Coding for All team headed to SxSWedu 2016 to play with Scratch and dance (hip-hop, ballet, and line dancing).
0 Comments
2 Bookmarks
Posted by ScratchEd Team, March 15, 2016
You can now use Scratch 2.0 to control LEGO WeDo 2.0 robotics!
0 Comments
6 Bookmarks
Posted by ScratchEd Team, March 15, 2016
Ontario teacher proves coding is not just for computer science classes.
0 Comments
1 Bookmark
Posted by Jose Manuel Saez Lopez, March 11, 2016
Scratch Research in Computer & Education Journal http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.compedu.2016.03.003
1 Comment
0 Bookmarks
Posted by Paulina Haduong, January 20, 2016
The Coding for All team went to YALSA's 2015 YA Services Symposium to explore hip-hop dance and Scratch, exploring ways to facilitate connected learning in libraries.
2 Comments
1 Bookmark
Posted by ScratchEd Team, January 20, 2016
Through strategic partnerships and community outreach, Newark Kids Code seeks to create a city-wide coalition to create a culture that encourages and supports kids learning to code at an early age.
0 Comments
0 Bookmarks
Posted by ScratchEd Team, January 07, 2016
The new Scratch Record Project Video feature is a free and easy-to-use tool for students and teachers to document their process and projects.
0 Comments
5 Bookmarks
Posted by ScratchEd Team, January 07, 2016
Students at the Bullis School are learning the fundamentals of music theory and computer programming.
0 Comments
3 Bookmarks
Posted by Mercy Ngoiri, December 19, 2015
Scratch-n-Sketch is a kit that provides a playful exploration and experimentation mechanism of learning electronics and how to code using scratch.
2 Comments
0 Bookmarks
Posted by ScratchEd Team, December 11, 2015
Check out these examples of how students participated in Hour of Code 2015. What did your students create this week?
0 Comments
0 Bookmarks
Posted by ScratchEd Team, November 23, 2015
Did you miss our first ScratchEd chat? Here's a recap of our conversation, via Storify.
0 Comments
0 Bookmarks
Posted by Chris Gresse von Wangenheim, November 09, 2015
By experimenting to program our minion robot and games at our booth, you will see how easy and interesting it is to learn how to program with SCRATCH.
1 Comment
3 Bookmarks
randomness