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Posted by Alexa Kutler, October 30, 2017
Creative Computing is thriving in Kentucky, where, among many great initiatives, organizers have put together STLP, the Student Technology Leadership Program.
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Posted by Rich White, May 22, 2011
Get kids excited about Scratch by leveraging it as an Android phone and tablet application and game building tool !
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Posted by Piotr Szlagor, May 19, 2011
Young Scratcher from Poland making his first Scratch app after only one hour of learning (by self).
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Posted by Andrew Burrell, May 17, 2011
The changing of Schools
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Posted by ScratchEd Team, May 04, 2011
In this photo essay, an educator shares her experiences from the Scratch Educator Meetups at MIT.
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Posted by ScratchEd Team, April 13, 2011
Take a peek into our monthly Scratch Educator Meetups at MIT.
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Posted by Juana Inés Zambrano Dávila, April 09, 2011
Niños del Instituto GAIA (Acapulco, México) en su primer experiencia con Scratch.
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Posted by ScratchEd Team, April 06, 2011
Three strategies for helping students make connections between computation and CS, community, and careers.
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Posted by Keith Braafladt, April 05, 2011
Story of a workshop that brings Scratch and Geo-location (using Google Maps) together.
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Posted by Karen Brennan, March 27, 2011
We recently facilitated a workshop at the ICA in Boston, in cooperation with RYMAEC
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Posted by ScratchEd Team, March 24, 2011
Ben Chun talks about the philosophies of Seymour Papert and Carol Dweck in relation to Scratch.
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Posted by susan evans, March 15, 2011
Students Explaining their Collab Submission
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Posted by Amitai Gat, February 23, 2011
Have all your beautiful projects been looking the same? this project should help both the graphical aspect of your projects and is aimed to promote the beautiful drawings of your students.
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Posted by Nancy Ruzycki, February 22, 2011
Woop! Woop! Roxhill Elementary students and Chief Sealth High School students have a winter break Dance Party!
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Posted by ScratchEd Team, February 22, 2011
In this Q&A, Joe shares his experiences of introducing Scratch in graduate-level educational technology courses.
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Posted by ITJ Faculty, February 18, 2011
Students, teachers and parents spent a very special day, sharing the kids' experiences with Scratch.
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Posted by ITJ Faculty, February 18, 2011
Last school year, nine students from our 3 campi used Scratch to build a game inspired on our Bicentennial Celebration.
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Posted by susan evans, February 17, 2011
A student explaining part of a Scratch program
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Posted by Karen Brennan, February 15, 2011
An email exchange about a Scratch workshop for MIT art students
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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 ScratchEd Team, February 10, 2011
Chris and Lindsay share how they are developing a model of peer mentorship that incorporates team teaching at all levels.
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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, 2011
CS4HS Reunion participants reflect on their Scratch professional development experiences.
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Posted by ScratchEd Team, January 21, 2011
An English teacher of twelve years, Laura now teaches Computer Science for grades 9-12, including introductory and AP courses.
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Posted by Todd Anderson, January 20, 2011
Using a project to collect survey data you can then generate a pie chart based on the results.
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Posted by ScratchEd Team, January 06, 2011
More than 30 teachers came to the MIT Media Lab for a Scratch educator meetup.
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