Behalve beeld en beweging kun je aan een Scratch project ook geluid toevoegen. Zo kun je je sprites van een stem voorzien. Je kan geluidseffecten toevoegen. Of je kan achtergrondmuziek bij je animatie afspelen.
Our school has just introduced Scratch to our 4th graders. This particular set of students has not done any sort of programming before, so the block-based nature of Scratch was completely new to them - in addition to the concepts related to programming.Resource Files Links: Collide - Teaching (Scratch remix associated with this resource) Featured: Not-Featured
This is an action research based study focusing on middle school physical education students learning invasion sports (such as soccer, basketball or ultimate Frisbee type games) concepts through an online simulation game created in Scratch. The study compared two seventh grade classes’ knowledge and skills in invasion sports. One group played the online game, while the other group did not. Both groups received Teaching Games for Understanding lessons.Related Media Scratch Projects: Online simulation game to teach students physical education content. Scratch Project: Online simulation game to teach students physical education content. Featured: Not-Featured
How do you assess students creativity in Scratch? Well this was not an easy task and I am still in the developmental stages but here you go.
Two rubrics, one is a joural reflection rubric and the other is unit rubric based on project design, programming, and process (both journal and programming). Students used the unit based rubric to assess their first and final projects.Resource Files Other Files: CT Rubric remix JBRK.xlsx Reflection-Journal-Rubric 12questions.docx Reflection-Journal-Rubric 13questions.docx Featured: Not-Featured
In collaboration with the 3rd grade teachers at R.P. Connor Elementary School, a vocabulary assessment was created based on our Computational Thinking with Scratch Unit. This is (draft) is version 2.Resource Files Other Files: Vocabulary Quiz2.docx Featured: Not-Featured
On May 3, 2013, the ScratchEd hosted a live streaming Google+ Hangout On Air to share an overview of what's new in Scratch 2.0 and what's good to know about the transition taking place May 6-9. Watch the webinar recording below or on YouTube.Resource Files Links: Getting Ready for Scratch 2.0 Featured: Not-Featured
Co-Teaching to Use Scratch Across the Curriculum: An Interview with Ann Greyson of Castilleja School
Ann Greyson is a Computer Science teacher working on integrating Scratch across the middle school curriculum. How? She co-teaches with subject teachers at Castilleja School in Palo Alto, California.Related Media Images: Links: Castilleja School website Featured: Featured
How was the workshop? What did you enjoy?
Related Media Images: Kids helping each other Giving the children some instructions Building a maze Giving the children some more instructions Helping children Featured: Not-Featured
Jon Bustillo is a Ph.D. student in the Basque Country in Northern Spain. His dissertation work centers on his experiences helping prison inmates learn Scratch and develop their creativity. In this Q&A interview, he describes his research and shares some of the initial findings.Related Media Links: Scratch projects Featured: Featured
At this meetup we had quite a few High School teachers looking for strategies and activities with Scratch for an Introduction to Programming course. We decided to use Breakout, a game that is common to beginning programming curricula. Colm was brand new to Scratch so he teamed up with Laura, a ScratchEd intern and created in Scratch 1.4. Pam and I worked online in Scratch 2.0. Both “teams” ended up with a basic knockout game that they are eager to build upon.Featured: Not-Featured
One way to spread interest in creative use of computers is to exhibit Scratch at exhibits and other events for the public. This has worked well at a variety of events and festivals aimed at families and youths, including Maker Faires and science exhibits as well as a music festival. Here is a poster in PowerPoint format which can be printed in large size. I also enclose a small handout which can be printed in four copies on a double-sided sheet of paper. You may want to edit these as you like. Bring your kids and a few old laptops and show off Scratch to to others!Resource Files Other Files: Scratch-poster English.ppt Small handout for Scratch.doc Featured: Not-Featured