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Build your own Talking Tom toy with SCRATCH and Arduino

28 juli 2014 13:45
Original Author:  Computação na Escola Content Teaser What about making our own interactive (Arduino/Scratch) Talking Tom toy? In this guide we will show you how to build this toy using sensors and bi-directional Scratch<->Arduino communication. Do you like Talking Tom? What about making our own interactive (Arduino/Scratch) Talking Tom toy? In this instruction guide we will show you how to build this toy using  sensors and bi-directional Scratch<->Arduino communication , to make the program in Scratch not only command the puppet, but also to control the execution of Scratch programs based on sensory inputs of the doll.Resource Files Scratch Projects: Talking Tom/Arduino Program Talking Tom/Arduino Program talking-tom-abstracao.sb2 Featured:  Not-Featured

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Scratch Journal or Scratch Diary

23 juli 2014 14:53
Original Author:  aitan Content Teaser Using Scratch as a tool for students to write journals or diaries. Resource Files Links:  Reflections on Finding Voice Reflections:Asian Festival of Children's Content Studio Featured:  Not-Featured

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A late Scratch Day in Korea

21 juli 2014 23:30
Content Teaser 2014 Spring Scratch Day in Korea A late Scratch Day in South Korea~ Jun 28.
About 200 students, 26 teachers and 100 parents participated in this event.
We will prepare next Creative Computing Day in autumn.



Movie clip : 2014 Spring Scratch Day in KoreaRelated Media Links:  I-FIT

Flashcards Scratch 2.0 em português

15 juli 2014 22:24
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Mobile Robotics with Scratch: The whole Truth about the integration of Scratch, Arduino and Bluetooth

5 juli 2014 23:00
Original Author:  Aldo von Wangenheim (Computação na Escola) Content Teaser We wanted to create a simple strategy of integrating Scratch and Arduino to teach programming mobile robots. We came up with 4 tutorials that attack the major problems we encountered. Here they are.

For a long time we struggled with the task of creating a simple, low-cost, platform-independent, reliable and stable strategy of integrating Scratch and Arduino in such a way that you could use Scratch to teach the principles and programming of mobile robots (including cars and walkers) to Middle School-aged kids.

For this strategy, we posed the following requirements:

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Черновик второй книги юных программистов на Scratch

3 juli 2014 10:21

 Выкладываю на суд публики черновик второй книги юных программистов на Scratch. Книга содержит подробное описание создания восьми игр на Scratch 2.0, рассчитана на учащихся средних классов школы. Скачивайте бесплатно по ссылке 

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Let's Draw Together

27 juni 2014 14:51
Original Author:  Lianka Prada Content Teaser Simple projects for kids and little children. I taught programming to young adults for years, now I'm a mom who teaches computer programming to her kids.Resource Files Images:  Links:  Let's Draw Together Featured:  Not-Featured

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getting started guide

25 juni 2014 16:42
Original Author:  Natalie Rusk and members of the Scratch team (translated to kannada by vinayakumar R) Content Teaser getting started guide for scratch 1.4 in kannada  Resource Files Other Files:  textbook.pdf Featured:  Not-Featured

Scratch Day 2014 - Sao Paulo / Brazil

19 juni 2014 22:14
Content Teaser Scratch Day 2014 - São Paulo / Brazil, a very interesting experience. See our video, you will like! :)

        It was performed on March 17th the Scrach Day 2014 - São Paulo/Brazil. Featured:  Not-Featured

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Using scratch to teach recursion for novices part -3

19 juni 2014 12:19
Original Author:  vinayakumar R Content Teaser learning recursion with Scratch Abstract In Recursion part1 and part2 paper we have explained and discussed about the basic examples, fractals and various types of curves using recursion. Initially Linden Mayer systems or L-systems were conceived as a mathematical theory of plant development. Originally, I did not include development of plant examples in recursion part 2 papers. This paper explains about the creation of different types of plants.Resource Files Scratch Projects: a.sb2 b.sb2 c.sb2 d.sb2 e.sb2 f.sb2 tree1.sb2 Other Files:  Recursion 3.pdf Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Step 5.docx Featured:  Not-Featured

Using scratch to teach recursion for novices part -2

19 juni 2014 12:13
Original Author:  vinayakumar R Content Teaser learning Recursion with MIT scratch programming Abstract: L-systems are a mathematical formalism that allows us to create realistic modeling of plants. The L-system is based on string rewriting. Using L-system complicated images can be encoded. L-system provides a good place for learning about recursive process. The concept of fractals and its implementation can be done in scratch programming by using the concept of recursion and it can be used at high school level to persuade students in to fractal geometry. This article shows how L-system is used to create fractals in scratch programming using recursion.Resource Files Scratch Projects: teradragon.sb2 peninderate.sb2 peano.sb2 minkowski.sb2 leavy.sb2 koch curve.sb2 11.sb2 10.sb2 9.sb2 8.sb2 7.sb2 6.sb2 5.sb2 4.sb2 3.sb2 2.sb2 1.sb2 Other Files:  recursion2.pdf Different curves.pdf Featured:  Not-Featured

Using scratch to teach recursion for novices

19 juni 2014 12:06
Abstract This part-1(out of three) paper explores a new way of teaching recursion using scratch programming. Recursion is a mathematical concept as well as a computer science programming method well known in the field. It is an extremely powerful computing technique, but can be confusing for novice programmer (and sometimes even for experienced programmers!). Scratch is a visual programming language and it is a new digital media technology. Hence novice programmer can see their own programs in action.

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Integrating language and arts with MIT scratch

19 juni 2014 11:52
Original Author:  vinayakumar R Content Teaser Integrating language and arts with MIT scratch For surviving in 21st century, one needs to think critically and creatively, embrace diversity and tolerate ambiguity, create as well as consume information. Many of these skills can be developed through the innovative use of computers in art subjects like drawing, painting, music etc. and natural language. Arts education promotes work habits that cultivate curiosity, imagination, creativity and communication skills.Resource Files Scratch Projects: fully updated bee application.sb Other Files:  BEE(8th april) updated with chaos game.pdf Featured:  Not-Featured

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Learning computational thinking with scratch programming

19 juni 2014 11:43
Original Author:  vinayakumar R Content Teaser We live in a Digital world – The most important skill we need for survival in digital world is Computational thinking. We live in a Digital world – The most important skill we need for survival in digital world is Computational thinking. Computational thinking is not only related to the computer science, but it is a universal skill set for everyone. It plays an important role in every discipline from arts to engineering. Computational thinking makes one to an efficient problem solver, enhances the thinking process, makes innovators of technology and overall it improves the quality life of everyone.Resource Files Other Files:  Computational thinking with scratch.pdf Featured:  Not-Featured

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