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Posted by Sheena Vaidyanathan, June 30, 2012
Approx 500 6th graders in the Los Altos School district, California made math games using this lesson plan. Creativity, collaboration, computer science at work
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Posted by Daniel Green, May 24, 2011
Our students got to try the Scratch Picoboards and they had a lot of fun. This is a description of how we used the picoboards with our classes.
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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 Karen Brennan, July 29, 2010
A description of the 2010 Creative Computing workshop
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Posted by ITJ Faculty, December 01, 2011
Our kindergarten students’ first approach to Scratch is held by using physical blocks of the programming commands in Scratch.
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Posted by ScratchEd Team, February 07, 2012
When it comes to screen time and young kids, content and context are important
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Posted by Tim Sneddon, March 11, 2010
I recently started teaching a lunch time Scratch class to group of eight and nine year olds at my childrens' school. These are my stories [chum-chum].
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Posted by Leonardo Barichello, October 21, 2013
During 2013, I was responsible for classes for Middle School students interested on programming. I decided to use games as the central theme and this is a basic report of the experience.
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Posted by ScratchEd Team, March 26, 2013
Reflections, handouts, photos, and video from an exploratory Scratch 2.0 workshop.
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Posted by Aaron Morris, August 29, 2012
Sharing with Scratch is a video webseries for Scratch educators to encourage thought and conversation around the ways in which Scratch can promote cooperation and collaboration in the classroom.
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