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Posted by Eric Carson, January 10, 2013
Students from a Connecticut Magnet School are learning Scratch in order to design learning activities and games for students at a school for students with special needs.
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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 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, 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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Posted by Sue Gray, May 12, 2014
Home-made controller gloves for Scratch and Makey Makey.
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Posted by Alfia Wallace, May 27, 2011
An "Open House" Approach with Student Mentors: Lessons Learned
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Posted by ITJ Faculty, February 11, 2011
Our 4 and 5 year old students are programming!
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Posted by Keith Braafladt, February 08, 2011
The latest of a series of workshops for librarians and technology specialists in out-state areas in Minnesota.
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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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