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Posted by Julio Cubillan, February 23, 2010
Enseñar a programar a niños a distancia? Es posible...!
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Posted by Michelle Choi, February 16, 2010
It’s okay not to know everything. Don’t worry.
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Posted by Fernando Frederico, February 15, 2010
Scratch Day in Setúbal, Portugal.
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Posted by Karen Brennan, January 24, 2010
Since the first conference in July 2008, the Scratch community has continued to grow and evolve, bringing in new people, new places, and new practices. Proposals due Feb 1!
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Posted by Michelle Choi, January 21, 2010
The Learning Technologies Center at the Science Museum of Minnesota promotes Scratch as an accessible learning platform for all types of students.
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Posted by Karen Brennan, January 13, 2010
Scratch Day is a worldwide network of gatherings, where people come together to meet other Scratchers, share projects and experiences, and learn more about Scratch.
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Posted by Michelle Choi, January 06, 2010
Everyone is their own worst critic. Seung Joon Choi is passionate about education innovation, but when asked about Scratch Day Seoul, he says, “It was quite a success, but not that big of a success.”
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Posted by Rebecca Ferguson, January 02, 2010
Ten year olds who run a Scratch Club at their school in the UK were prizewinners in a national competition for innovative uses of technology for learning.
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Posted by Joel Adams, December 17, 2009
The story of three boys -- one with muscular dystrophy, one with high-functioning autism, and one with blindness -- and their experiences using Scratch.
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Posted by Michelle Choi, December 16, 2009
Four years ago, I posted a sign-up sheet at the school. I thought I'd have five kids, including my son and a few of his friends. 24 showed up the first day.
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Posted by Chris Garrity, December 14, 2009
Scratch Club collaborative programming activity
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Posted by Karen Brennan, December 10, 2009
Computer Science Education Week is December 6 to December 12
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Posted by Teresa Marques, November 15, 2009
700 projects submited... Scratch time Club (Portugal) is now on the TOP50 finalists. Soon they will announce the prizes (money and ICT equipment for schools).
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Posted by Karen Brennan, November 02, 2009
Diana Eng from Fairytale Fashion visited Lifelong Kindergarten last week to learn more about Scratch and the Scratch sensor board.
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Posted by Teresa Marques, October 18, 2009
I just submitted my project (Scratch time! Club) to this award... The final decision belongs to an international jury, but... people can rate the project.
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Posted by Karen Brennan, October 15, 2009
Mitch Resnick and I recently hosted a workshop with 16 Scratch educators, to discuss strategies for introducing Scratch to young people and other educators.
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Posted by Keith Braafladt, October 05, 2009
The Learning Technologies Center staff spend an evening and more creating with Scratch and WeDo's
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Posted by Karen Brennan, October 03, 2009
Scratch 1.4 has blocks to interact with LEGO WeDo. As part of a course that Mitch Resnick is teaching this term, we asked participants to create a story that combines on-screen and off-screen.
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Posted by Maria Droujkova, August 23, 2009
Students with no previous programming experience grok all terms on a Computer Science 101 vocabulary list without any explicit instruction.
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Posted by Karen Brennan, August 07, 2009
Earlier in 2009, we were invited by Google to join the CS4HS network and offer a workshop to support high school computer science teachers.
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Posted by Jeffrey Elkner, July 22, 2009
Reflections on teaching Scratch in Summer enrichment classes during July of 2009.
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Posted by Judy Miglino, July 18, 2009
(New hat block) -- When student is clicked ....
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Posted by Karen Randall, July 12, 2009
How can Scratch be used to support open-ended exploration and understanding of math concepts, to enrich the required math curriculum?
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Posted by Karen Brennan, June 29, 2009
Scratch Day was a worldwide network of gatherings, where people came together to meet other Scratchers, share projects and experiences, and learn more about Scratch.
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Posted by Karen Brennan, June 28, 2009
Since its launch in May 2007, Scratch has attracted an enthusiastic community of educators around the world. ScratchEd was designed to better support the activities of educators, like you.
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