'Volume' is een ingebouwde variabele die de hardheid van geluiden opslaat. Zo'n variabel getal kun je ergens anders in je script weer opvragen en gebruiken in een berekening.
Every year, our school organizes an event called “Art Night” . Every student has the opportunity to present an art project related to a theme in our school. Last year’s theme was water, and this year it is California Art.Related Media Images: Traffic light Electric pole with program in Hummingbird Construction of electric pole Other Files: img_0037.mov cs-questions_planning_.pdf Links: Presentation student Featured: Not-Featured
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My name is Raj. I'm an educator and programmer based in Los Angeles, and also the creator of Code Monkey Island. I've been teaching kids to code for the last few years, and recently put all of the experience my colleagues and I have gained using Scratch in the classroom into an online professional development program.
You can learn more and sign up for free at www.codecampus.com/educators
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Start with the basic premise that there is no such thing (in a Science sense) as ‘cold’. Heat or the absence of heat provides the continuum (hot to cold). To better design homes, we need to minimize heat loss in ‘cooler months’ and heat gain in ‘hotter months. Resource Files Other Files: micro_house_project.doc Featured: Not-Featured
Here’s one to get you started:
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For many students, engaging with math and understanding its real world applications can be a challenge. They might get bored with the idea of learning formulas or intimidated by abstract problems and complicated rules. That’s where Scratch can step in.
By Mary Adelaide Brakenridge, ScratchEd intern
How do you think about “for all” in creative computing for all?
We posed this question to our Twitter followers this summer and received many thoughtful replies (https://twitter.com/ScratchEdTeam/status/757943081983508480). Responders pointed to consideration of all abilities, ages, disciplines, genders, interests, languages, races and ethnicities, and socioeconomic statuses.Featured: Not-Featured
By Mary Adelaide, ScratchEd Intern
As Halloween approaches, teachers and students alike may be preoccupied with costume planning, ghost stories, and (most importantly) candy. Here are five projects students can try out to capitalize on their Halloween spirit while expanding their knowledge of coding with Scratch.Featured: Not-Featured
Happy Halloween week, ScratchEd Teachers!
Need a little inspiration on how to make Scratch a little more spooky? Check out our Halloween-themed playlist on our youtube channel! (https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL9ngVLPWKfDktBpX4lWCD3YJNS2vVlq-M)
Find videos like the one below, creations from scratchers, and more!
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Vibot the robot, a book for children from 7 to 77 years old that introduces programming and robotics.
ViBot the robot (Romero, 2016, illustrated by Loufane, Publications du Québec) is a book meant for children from 7 to 77 years old that introduces programming and robotics.
The book’s heroes are given a robot as a gift, and they have to program it in order to play with it. Thankfully, they can count on granny Ada, their e-mathematician-granny.The story is told through English texts and their programmed equivalent in Scratch programming blocks. Resource Files Links: Vibot the robot Featured: Not-Featured
The guide is built around 15 activities that integrate different creative uses of technologies for learning :
2 unplugged activities introducing computational thinking ;
3 creative robotics activities ; Resource Files Links: Co-creative activities for the 21st century kids Featured: Not-Featured