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Informatique Créative: French Translation of the Creative Computing Curriculum Guide

2 maart 2015 23:10
Original Author:  Thierry Viéville Content Teaser French version of the Scratch curriculum guide This is the French translation of the Creative Computing Curriculum Guide. The translation work was completed by Thierry Viéville and colleagues from http://www.inria.fr/en.

Download the PDF and editable PPT below.
  Resource Files Links:  Informatique Créative (PDF) Informatique Créative (editable PPT) Featured:  Not-Featured

Scratch and a boy

1 maart 2015 8:26
Content Teaser "How did they make MARIO?",he said. "Which things does he want to know about ?",I wondered. "How was MARIO made by Nintendo?" or just a "MARIO's inside". One day in 2015, I went to a special school to teach programming by Scratch.
I had been asked by a teacher of the school, "Could you teach my students something about computing?".

I recommended Scratch.
It includes elements of language, mathematics, art, music.
So It's good for them, I thought.

The first day I met a 13 years old boy who looks hard to use his tongue.
He said ,"How did they make MARIO?".

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Using Scratch for basic Raspberry Pi electronics

27 februari 2015 12:23
Original Author:  Sean McManus Content Teaser Make a torch and burglar alarm! Tutorial that explains how you can use the CamJam EduKit of affordable electronics components, a Raspberry Pi and the ScratchGPIO software to make simple electronics projects controlled from Scratch. Demos include a burglar alarm, torch and flashing lights program. Resource Files Images:  LEDs in a breadboard connected to Raspberry Pi Links:  Make a torch and burglar alarm in Scratch with the CamJam EduKit and ScratchGPIO Featured:  Not-Featured

Red Nose Day Scratch resources

27 februari 2015 12:14
Original Author:  ScratchYourNose Content Teaser Some great sprites here for making Red Nose Day games Red Nose Day is a charity event in the UK, taking place on 13th March 2015 (and every two years). ScratchYourNose is a fund raising project where children are invited to write games in Scratch. There are some great Scratch sprites provided that you can use in your games. Resource Files Images:  Nose sprites Health sprites Links:  Scratch Your Nose Featured:  Not-Featured

Cambridge Scratch Educator Meetups

25 februari 2015 19:27
Content Teaser See what happens at a Scratch educator meetup organized by local educators in Cambridge, MA. ** Interesting in organizing a local Scratch educator meetup near you? Get started with our new Scratch Educator Meetup Guide, available for download at http://scratched.gse.harvard.edu/resources/scratch-educator-meetup-guide. Meet up with us! **

Related Media Links:  Scratch Educator Meetup Guide Cambridge Scratch Educator Meetups Featured:  Featured

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A Tinkering Workshop: Making Interactive Landscapes

25 februari 2015 15:57
Original Author:  Mike Murphy Content Teaser Create models of real or imaginary landscapes and connect them to Scratch programs. This project has several facets: storytelling, physical modeling (going from a sketch to a handmade landscape), and Scratch programming. The idea is to imagine a real or fictitious landscape as the setting for a simple story about what an explorer might see. An explorer (in the form of a game piece avatar) moves through the created landscape according to rules established by the maker. Along the way the explorer can focus in on details if they stop on interactive spaces. These spaces trigger a Scratch program with animation, artwork, sounds or even mini games.
Resource Files Images:  Other Files:  making_interactive_landscapes.pdf Links:  Scratch program example Additional photos (look for albums: Interactive Landscape and MaKey MaKey Quick Connect Making an Interactive Landscape video Featured:  Not-Featured

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BESKid - BES Computer Lab Resources

25 februari 2015 3:23
Original Author:  Tim Telep Content Teaser Find two complete 8 part video series on game design using Scratch: Make a Two Level Game and Build a Maze. Challenge videos too. I've uploaded 19 new instructional videos to BESKid - BES Computer Lab Resources. I recorded these videos to support 4th and 5th grade units on Creative Computing with Scratch for the 2014-2015 school year.  Students in the lab use these videos to build the basic structure of a video game and then use that basic structure to explore, imagine and create. So far students are fully engaged; they are in control of their learning and also have the opportunity to follow their curiousity. Very cool.
Resource Files Links:  BESKid - BES Computer Lab Resources Featured:  Not-Featured

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Taking a risk … with computer science

24 februari 2015 0:14
Content Teaser Tasked with finding ways to incorporate computer science concepts into the K-8 curriculum at St. Anne’s-Belfield School, one of the first areas where we have seen affinity is with world languages.

Inspired by the article Taking a risk … with technology, I want to share some real-world experiences about taking a risk with … computer science. If the idea of incorporating new technology into the curriculum is anxiety inducing for an educator, add computer science to the equation and the fear factor seems to amp up ten-fold. Related Media Links:  Code a Scrapbook Studio Code a Story Studio Featured:  Not-Featured

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Wanted: Scratch Instructor in L.A.

23 februari 2015 18:56
Content Teaser At LA Makerspace: a community-based nonprofit organization with a mission to increase access to STEAM education to kids and adults using fun stuff like Scratch! Job Description:
 

Creative Computing Instructor

Creative Computing includes activities related to coding and electronics using tools like Scratch and AppInventor. Instructor will be intimately involved in curriculum development as well as instructing all-ages groups, and conducting train-the-trainers sessions with librarians and teachers. 

Requirements

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Scratch and ScratchEd at SIGCSE 2015

20 februari 2015 21:57
Content Teaser Attending the annual SIGCSE conference this year? Don't forget to check out some of the Scratch-related offerings.

This year's SIGCSE (ACM Special Interest Group on Computer Science Education) Conference is happening at the Kansas City Convention Center in Kansas City, Missouri from March 4-7, 2015. The theme for the conference is "Keep Connected, Keep Committed, Keep Computing." From the SIGCSE 2015 website describes the gathering as the following:

Related Media Links:  SIGCSE 2015 website Featured:  Featured

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Scratch 2.0 Programming. Making games and cartoons. Detailed step by step guide for children.

16 februari 2015 10:30
Original Author:  Denis Golikov & Artem Golikov Content Teaser The goal of the book is an introduction into programming and mathematics for middle school students. Introduction for Parents. How to work with the book.
The major principle of teaching a child how to program is the creation of a complex game by the child that will consist of many minor structures called scripts. The operational mode of each script has a lot of in detail. After the creation of such a game a child can spend some time playing and simultaneously changing it, either simplifying or complicating it. Resource Files Other Files:  scratch_2_programming_1_3_finish_1_2_bez_17_glavy_otryvok.pdf Links:  scratch4world.com Featured:  Not-Featured

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Clickable Collage - Literacy Computational Thinking Activity

15 februari 2015 18:21
This model lesson encourages students to create an interactive collage based on a mentor text - in this case Ish by Peter Reynolds. Included is a lesson plan, student activity sheet amp; links to model Scratch projects to get students started.fieldset class=fieldgroup group-related-media /fieldset

Article About Scratch Published in Tech Directions

14 februari 2015 23:30
Content Teaser This article includes photos as well as practical advice for educators on how to teach the fundamentals of programming using Scratch. Hi everyone,

I just wanted to share an article I wrote for Tech Directions about using Scratch in my 6th grade computer class last year.  Last year was my first time ever using Scratch.  I incorporated Scratch 2.0 into my curriculum to teach my students some basic programming concepts and was also very fortunate to attend a couple of ScratchEd meetups. 
Related Media Other Files:  tech_directions_article_-_january_2015.pdf Featured:  Not-Featured

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Creative Computing Guide Book(Korean Version)

3 februari 2015 16:54
Content Teaser Creative Computing Guide Book(Korean Version) We published Creative Computing Guide Book in Korea.
I-FIT team translated CC book into Korean language.

The Korean government announced to enhance SW education for K-12 last year.
So, We would like to share and facilitate CC education in Korea.
Thank the ScratchEd research team for sharing CC book.


CC book : http://digital.kyobobook.co.kr/digital/ebook/ebookDetail.ink?barcode=480150000247P
I-FIT : http://computing.or.kr

  Related Media Links:  CC guide book I-FIT Featured:  Not-Featured

Scratch Educator Meetup Guide

30 januari 2015 1:39
Original Author:  ScratchEd Team Content Teaser A guide to organizing local Scratch educator meetups

Since 2010, hundreds of educators have participated in our monthly Scratch educator meetups hosted in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Inspired by the amazing learning and sharing at the Cambridge meetups, we created a guide to help people host meetups in their own communities!

Download the guide here.

The meetup guide is organized in three parts:

Resource Files Other Files:  meetup_guide_v20150129.pdf Featured:  Featured

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Multiplication Game

28 januari 2015 23:00
Original Author:  Ben Johnson Content Teaser Students will enjoy outracing the bad guy in this game. 4th and 5th graders can program their own multiplication game in Scratch. Concepts covered include; variables, loops, random numbers, etc. http://youtu.be/pbh1vyxWoGg

Use this video to teach 4th and 5th grade students how to program their own multiplication game in Scratch. Concepts covered include; variables, loops, random numbers, etc. Resource Files Links:  Screencast on YouTube Featured:  Not-Featured

¡A Programar! Una introducción a la Programación - Curso en línea gratuito disponible en Coursera

27 januari 2015 22:59
div class=field field-type-text field-field-original-author div class=field-original-author-item-wrap div class=field-items items div class=field-item odd div class=field-label-inline-first Original Author:nbsp;/div Areti Manataki e Inés Friss de Kereki /div /div /div /div fieldset class=fieldgroup group-content-teaserlegendContent Teaser/legenddiv class=field field-type-filefield field-field-image div class=field-image-item-wrap div class=field-items items div class=field-item odd img class=imagefield imagefield-field_image width=1418 height=1064 alt= src=http://scratched.gse.harvard.edu/sites/default/files/aprogramar_0.jpg?1422396072 / /div /div /div /div div class=field field-type-text field-field-teaser div class=field-teaser-item-wrap div class=field-items items div class=field-item odd quot;¡A Programar!quot; es un curso gratuito en línea dirigido a jóvenes para aprender a programar en Scratch. /div /div /div /div /fieldset a href=http://www.ort.edu.uyUniversidad ORT Uruguay/a y a href=http://www.ed.ac.uk/University of Edinburgh/a dictaraacute;n a partir del 9 de marzo de 2015 el curso quot;a href=https://www.coursera.org/course/aprogramariexcl;A Programar! Una introduccioacute;n a la Programacioacute;n/aquot;, es un MOOC (curso en liacute;nea masivo y abierto, por sus siglas en ingleacute;s) de programacioacute;n, disponible en a href=www.coursera.orgCoursera/a, de cinco semanas de duracioacute;n.fieldset class=fieldgroup group-related-media div class=related-media-headerspanResource Files/span/div div class=field field-type-filefield field-field-scratch-images div class=field-labelImages:nbsp;/div a class=prev/a div class=field-scratch-images-item-wrap div class=field-items items div class=field-item odd img class=imagefield imagefield-field_scratch_images width=1418 height=1064 alt= src=http://scratched.gse.harvard.edu/sites/default/files/aprogramar.jpg?1422395853 / div class=image-descriptiona href=/sites/default/files/aprogramar.jpg¡A Programar!/a/div /div /div /div a class=next/a /div div class=field field-type-link field-field-links div class=field-labelLinks:nbsp;/div div class=field-links-item-wrap div class=field-items items div class=field-item odd a href=https://www.coursera.org/course/aprogramarA Programar/a /div /div /div /div /fieldset div class=field field-type-text field-field-featured-item div class=field-labelFeatured:nbsp;/div div class=field-featured-item-item-wrap div class=field-items items div class=field-item odd Not-Featured /div /div /div /div pa href=http://scratched.gse.harvard.edu/resources/%C2%A1a-programar-una-introducci%C3%B3n-la-programaci%C3%B3n-curso-en-l%C3%ADnea-gratuito-disponible-en-course target=_blankread more/a/p

Code Yourself! A free online course on Coursera

27 januari 2015 11:57
div class=field field-type-text field-field-original-author div class=field-original-author-item-wrap div class=field-items items div class=field-item odd div class=field-label-inline-first Original Author:nbsp;/div Areti Manataki and Inés Friss de Kereki /div /div /div /div fieldset class=fieldgroup group-content-teaserlegendContent Teaser/legenddiv class=field field-type-filefield field-field-image div class=field-image-item-wrap div class=field-items items div class=field-item odd img class=imagefield imagefield-field_image width=460 height=259 alt= src=http://scratched.gse.harvard.edu/sites/default/files/codeyourself.jpg?1422354672 / /div /div /div /div div class=field field-type-text field-field-teaser div class=field-teaser-item-wrap div class=field-items items div class=field-item odd A free online course that aims to teach young teenagers how to program using Scratch. /div /div /div /div /fieldset The a href=http://www.ed.ac.uk/University of Edinburgh/a and the a href=http://www.ort.edu.uy/ORT University in Uruguay/a are pleased to announce a href=https://www.coursera.org/course/codeyourselfCode Yourself! An Introduction to Programming/a, a free online course that aims to teach young teenagers how to program. Code Yourself will be launched on Coursera on the 9th of March 2015, and it has a duration of 5 weeks. A Spanish-speaking version of this course, a href=https://www.coursera.org/course/aprogramariexcl;A Programar!fieldset class=fieldgroup group-related-media div class=related-media-headerspanResource Files/span/div div class=field field-type-link field-field-links div class=field-labelLinks:nbsp;/div div class=field-links-item-wrap div class=field-items items div class=field-item odd a href=https://www.coursera.org/course/codeyourselfhttps://www.coursera.org/course/codeyourself/a /div /div /div /div /fieldset div class=field field-type-text field-field-featured-item div class=field-labelFeatured:nbsp;/div div class=field-featured-item-item-wrap div class=field-items items div class=field-item odd Not-Featured /div /div /div /div pa href=http://scratched.gse.harvard.edu/resources/code-yourself-free-online-course-coursera target=_blankread more/a/p

Family Creative Learning Facilitator Guide

24 januari 2015 22:37
Original Author:  Ricarose Roque, Saskia Leggett Content Teaser A facilitator guide to engage children and their families as creative learning partners with technologies like the Scratch programming language. This facilitator guide provides a basic framework to implement the five workshops of Family Creative Learning. Family Creative Learning is a workshop series that engages children and their parents to learn together — as designers and inventors — through the use of creative technologies like the Scratch programming language and the MaKey MaKey invention kit. Resource Files Other Files:  FCL_Guide_20140817.pdf Links:  Family Creative Learning Website Featured:  Not-Featured

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Certificado Scratch

21 januari 2015 13:37
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