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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 Michelle Choi, September 26, 2010
Columbia University's Teachers College celebrated its Second Annual Scratch Day on May 22, 2010.
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Posted by Christophe THOMAS, September 20, 2010
Les articles sur Scratch en français sont assez rare. Voici donc un article sur Scratch publié sur un réseau social étudiant.
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Posted by Michelle Choi, September 17, 2010
A question and answer session with the students who are called the "Little Teachers".
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Posted by Michelle Choi, September 17, 2010
Lourdes Garcia Vazquez, or "Lula," teaches robotics twice a week.
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Posted by Ashley Lee, August 02, 2010
The ScratchEd website supports a range of sociable features to help members mingle and connect. Learn about these features and become a social butterfly!
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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 Ai Boon Tan, July 17, 2010
Trying to integrate Scratch with art and language.
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Posted by Frank Sabaté, June 19, 2010
People from the Education Department in Catalonia came to our school to record one sessions of our workshop and interviewed students, teachers and parents.
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Posted by James Robson, June 16, 2010
Our first ever Scratch Day - Read all about it!
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Posted by EDUTEKA - Icesi, June 10, 2010
La FGPU en alianza con la Fundación Universitaria de Popayán, se unió a la celebración del Día Mundial Scratch 2010 con la capacitación de 42 docentes. Una jornada de 8 horas en Popayán.
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Posted by Melanie Hibbert, June 09, 2010
Video of Scratch Day Game Jam at Teachers College on May 22, 2010.
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Posted by Karen Brennan, May 30, 2010
More than 200 people celebrated Scratch Day at MIT on May 22, 2010
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Posted by Ai Boon Tan, May 20, 2010
Teaching Scratch.
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Posted by carlos Gómez Sánchez, April 25, 2010
EXPERIENCE IN PIURA - PERU.
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Posted by Esther Lambe, April 14, 2010
We are Primary school pupils who are designing some projects with Scratch based on our school. Have a look.
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Posted by Fabian Prieto, April 13, 2010
My experience with a city walking simulation
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Posted by amanda wilson, March 27, 2010
8 one hour lessons + two classes of eight year olds + Scratch = lots of fun + learning
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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 Maria Droujkova, March 07, 2010
Sixteen gifted middle schoolers, no programming experience, one intensive day with Scratch!
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Posted by amanda wilson, February 24, 2010
Two classes of eight year olds are using Scratch to learn more about programming. By combining Scratch and use of some remote control toys they are learing about the basics of control.
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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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