Dit blokje is een makkelijke manier om een sprite te laten keren wanneer hij tegen de rand van het podium loopt. Je kan dit effect ook zelf bouwen met een combinatie van blokjes. Maar dat is een onderwerp voor gevorderde Scratchers.
Did you know that you can make your Scratch projects play music samples? Explore this Scratch concept by creating a project that incorporates the Sound Library.
Use the Monstrous Beats example to show and help students get familiar with the Sound Library and code blocks that sound and motion.
Resource Files Images: Links: Monstrous Beat Squad - remix project beatbox quartet - original project by ericr Featured: Not-Featured
Did you know that you can make your Scratch projects interactive through a microphone? Explore this advanced Scratch concept by creating a project that incorporates the loudness sensing feature.Resource Files Images: Links: SoundFlower - remix by mres SoundFlower - original project by elizabethperry Featured: Not-Featured
In this activity, students will create a virtual spray paint can & graffiti canvas for others to make art, taking advantage of conditional statements and the 'mouse down?' property.
Resource Files Images: Other Files: scratch_-_click-and-tag.pdf Links: Click-And-Tag project Featured: Not-Featured
The guide was released under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike license, meaning that anyone is free to use, change, and share the work, as long as they provide appropriate attribution and give others access to any derivative works. Resource Files Links: Download the Creative Computing Guide pdf Download the Creative Computing Guide ppt Featured: Not-Featured
Summer is a great time for reflection, and what better topic for reflection than...reflection?
In the spirit of this Dewey quote, we want to hear from you:
How have you built reflection into learning experiences?
How do you want to build reflection into learning experiences?
We are a voluntary group working on gathering Scratch resources and translating them into Traditional Chinese (Taiwan) version.
Visit us on: http://scratch-tw.strikingly.com/
Scratch related resources with Traditional Chinese tranlation are collected and shared through this website. Featured: Not-Featured
Use this presentation to teach the basics of programming in Scratch. Students will learn the following discrete skills:
Sequential thought - how to lay out commands in a logical order for the computer to execute.
Loops - how to create efficient code by automating simple commands.
Conditionals - if-then statementsResource Files Links: Getting Started with Scratch Finished PacMan Tutorial Featured: Not-Featured
Команда педагогов в Московской государственной школе 1329 перевели руководство Curriculum Креативный Computing на русский язык. Follow the links below to download the PDF. Resource Files Links: Креативное программирование (Guide in Russian) Featured: Not-Featured
Introduction to Programming with Scratch and Programming Arduino with Scratch
_ L'atelier Scratch en 6eme. Il s'agit de projets que les élèves réalisent pendant la pause méridienne.
So you’ve decided to integrate Scratch programming into your curriculum. Fantastic! But how do you assess your students' learning? What higher-order cognitive skills and transferable learning is Scratch supporting? Did planned learning objectives impact a student’s ability to collaborate, plan, reflect, and communicate? Below (click the link) are a variety of different assessment methods that we’ve compiled that highlight some different ways you can assess Scratch projects.Resource Files Links: Beyond the Rubric: Methods for Assessing Scratch Projects Featured: Not-Featured
Using Scratch in the classroom has been a great experience for me. The kids love it, it’s fun, it’s interactive, and they pick up some core programming concepts along the way. Sooner or later though, I inevitably get stumped by a problem or a question that a student has. As a teacher I like feeling prepared to explore questions alongside my students, so I decided to do a few write-ups on Scratch concepts that my students have found tricky in the past. Resource Files Links: 1 - Initialization 2 - Broadcast 3 - Variables 4 - Random Numbers 5 - Keyboard Input Featured: Not-Featured
Scratch Educator meetups are participatory professional learning experiences for teachers who want to learn more about teaching with Scratch.
There are three parts to meetups: