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Posted by ScratchEd Team, February 17, 2017
Natalie Rusk, creator of the new Scratch Coding cards, shares eight ways to use the cards in the classroom.
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Posted by ScratchEd Team, February 16, 2017
The Nairobi Play Project believes that all youth have the right to imagine, learn, and build the world they live in.
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Posted by ScratchEd Team, February 15, 2017
Ryan Smith, a school board technology services consultant in Bracebridge, Ontario, facilitates professional development that helps flip typical student/teacher roles.
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Posted by ScratchEd Team, January 23, 2017
Sue Cusack and Jacy Edelman, of Lesley University's STEAM Makerspace, share their perspectives on the powerful potential of Scratch in the classroom.
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Posted by ScratchEd Team, January 05, 2017
Through her mobile learning lab and her work with a local non-profit, Kim Desveaux is working to spread Scratch to students in rural Canada.
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Posted by Nikolaos Pellas, January 05, 2017
serious games (computing), computer aided instruction, computer science education, educational courses, groupware, programming
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Posted by Nikolaos Pellas, January 05, 2017
Constructionism, programming, Scratch4SL, secondary education, Second Life, virtual prototyping
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Posted by Nikolaos Pellas, January 05, 2017
Constructionism, open Sim, secondary education, Scratch4OS, virtual community of inquiry
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Posted by Nikolaos Pellas, January 05, 2017
concurrent programming; Scratch4OS; Open Sim; Secondary education; 3D mind- trap puzzle
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Posted by Nikolaos Pellas, January 05, 2017
Open Sim, Scratch4OS, programming courses, serious games, student engagement
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Posted by Nikolaos Pellas, January 05, 2017
3D environment, computational thinking skills, constructionism, programming, student engagement, second life, scratch4SL
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Posted by ScratchEd Team, January 04, 2017
How can professional learning go deeper and be more useful?
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Posted by ScratchEd Team, December 12, 2016
Alexis Cobo, a Lower School Computer Science Teacher working with students in grades 2-5, gives us a look inside her classroom at Pine Crest School, in Boca Raton, Florida.
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Posted by reggiani olivier, December 12, 2016
This project allows 100 classes, to realize 3 challenges over the school year. The etwinning site is used for all exchanges.
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Posted by Yu-Hsien Fang, December 12, 2016
A Hour of Code workshop By Scratch-TW Using Scratch materials "Make It Fly".
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Posted by ScratchEd Team, December 08, 2016
Support and celebrate teacher learning by joining the ScratchEd Meetups Network. Here are three ways you can participate:
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Posted by Elisabeth Lepert, December 04, 2016
7th grade students created a 3D model of a San Francisco neighborhood and bringing it alive using LEDs programmed with Scratch.
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Posted by Raj Sidhu, November 29, 2016
Free resource for K-6 teachers: Learn to code through self-paced, teacher-friendly tutorials and get access to hundreds of hours of standards-aligned coding lesson plans.
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Posted by ScratchEd Team, October 28, 2016
Designing with empathy, considering accessibility, and sparking student curiosity: hear from several inspiring educators on how they approach the concept of creative computing for all!
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Posted by Julio Cubillan, October 12, 2016
Promoviendo la Tecnología en la Juventud Zuliana de Venezuela a través de la programación.
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Posted by ScratchEd Team, October 03, 2016
First grade teacher, Morgan Kayman, uses ScratchJr in her classroom for cross-curricular learning.
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Posted by Ruth Kastenmayer, September 04, 2016
No student email addresses? Here is the simple solution ...
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Posted by ScratchEd Team, September 02, 2016
MAPs are a great way for students to express themselves, collaboratively.
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Posted by ScratchEd Team, August 17, 2016
Nick Giacobbe, a Special Education teacher in Chicago, gives us a look inside his classroom.
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