Skip to Content

Stories

Browse 327 Stories
Posted by ScratchEd Team, November 01, 2011
A story about an elementary school educator using Scratch to connect with other educators, classrooms and cultures around the world.
0 Comments
0 Bookmarks
Posted by Alan O'Donohoe, October 26, 2011
Find out what you can do with PicoBoards
1 Comment
3 Bookmarks
Posted by Teresa Marques, October 24, 2011
After one month, we (EduScratch-Portugal) have translated to portuguese language the MIT's Scratch Curriculum Guide. (Concluída a tradução para língua portuguesa do Scratch Curriculum Guide).
2 Comments
1 Bookmark
Posted by ITJ Faculty, October 19, 2011
A training experience on leadership, empathy, and cooperation.
1 Comment
4 Bookmarks
Posted by ITJ Faculty, October 19, 2011
As a part of our Scratch Day we launched the contest “Repentina”, in which the students were asked to develop a Scratch Project without previously knowing the topic or the restrictions.
1 Comment
2 Bookmarks
Posted by ITJ Faculty, October 19, 2011
In mid April, 2011, we hosted one more time the ITJ Scratch Day at Campus Queretaro.
1 Comment
1 Bookmark
Posted by Teresa Marques, October 09, 2011
SCRATCHED was our inspiration, yes. Portugal has a Scratch portal of its own since 2009 and we decided it was time to share Scratch with Schools and educators. That is how EduScratch was born!
4 Comments
1 Bookmark
Posted by Iván Oriola, October 08, 2011
Scratch Workshop in 6th International EducaRed Congress. Madrid, Spain.
0 Comments
0 Bookmarks
Posted by Drew McAllister, October 04, 2011
Corrie Meyer and Kristin Judd, math teachers at Parkway West High, tried introducing concepts of geometry differently this year - by allowing students to create games and stories using Scratch.
1 Comment
1 Bookmark
Posted by Teresa Marques, September 30, 2011
EduScratch (CCTIC - ESE/IPS, Portugal) has been inspiring schools and other institutions to work with Scratch. At our site we now have a link to the "map" of the projects we inspired until now.
0 Comments
0 Bookmarks
Posted by Teresa Marques, September 30, 2011
EduScratch project (DGIDC/ERTE - CCTIC-ESE/IPS, Portugal) supports work with Scratch in the classroom. This is one of the schools were that work took place. The video is in portuguese language.
0 Comments
0 Bookmarks
Posted by Karen Brennan, September 23, 2011
The next Scratch conference will take place July 25-28 at the MIT Media Lab in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
3 Comments
3 Bookmarks
Posted by ScratchEd Team, September 13, 2011
Hear about how the LEAD organization has integrated Scratch into the curriculum at the Chinese International School.
0 Comments
1 Bookmark
Posted by Damien Kee, August 28, 2011
Digital storytelling with Grades 5 and 6. 100 students over 2 days, with each involved in an intensive half-day workshop.
0 Comments
8 Bookmarks
Posted by Marcelo Stavale Molina, August 28, 2011
We've started to teach Scratch in a Brazilian school after the Scratch Day this year.
0 Comments
0 Bookmarks
Posted by ScratchEd Team, August 19, 2011
At Calvin College's Imaginary Worlds computer camps, local kids are learning the basics of computer programming by making video games.
0 Comments
0 Bookmarks
Posted by Soohwan Kim, August 10, 2011
IFIT held on Scratch Day in Korea, 2011.
2 Comments
0 Bookmarks
Posted by ScratchEd Team, August 09, 2011
A short documentary video about two Scratch workshops held in Cameroon, Africa.
0 Comments
0 Bookmarks
Posted by ScratchEd Team, August 04, 2011
The LEAD (Learning through Engineering, Art, and Design) initiative in Hong Kong held a PD workshop on Scratch and PicoBoard.
0 Comments
1 Bookmark
Posted by Marc Queralt, July 25, 2011
Un molí de vent que es belluga amb més intensitat en funció del soroll ambiental. Construït per Lluc, 9 anys. A WindMill that moves based on ambiental noise. Build by Lluc, 9 years.
0 Comments
0 Bookmarks
Posted by Al Banda, July 22, 2011
Scratch is gaining real grounds in Cameroon's educational system via the first Scratch Club at ActivSpaces, Buea.
0 Comments
0 Bookmarks
Posted by Helen Fermate, July 15, 2011
World ScratchDay 2011 at the Central Library in Amsterdam Wereld ScratchDag 2011 in de Centrale Bibliotheek Amsterdam
0 Comments
0 Bookmarks
Posted by Al Banda, July 05, 2011
While the sessions were set from 9:00am – 3:00pm each day, from Day 2 we had kids coming in as early as 7:30am and leaving as late as 5:00pm (when we told them to go home :))
0 Comments
0 Bookmarks
Posted by Byron Mitchell, June 30, 2011
Using SCRATCH with LEGO WeDo is simple and fun way to use SCRATCH to take program real world devices.
0 Comments
0 Bookmarks
Posted by Kevin Bertman, June 30, 2011
My grade 9 students programmed Monty Hall simulators and used them to investigate the problem...
1 Comment
0 Bookmarks
randomness