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Games for Change is offering free professional development to teachers who have an interest in facilitating a game design course in their schools during the 2016/17 school year.
Nick Giacobbe, a Special Education teacher working with students in grades 4 and 5, gives us a look inside his classroom at Augustus H. Burley School, in Chicago.Featured: Not-Featured
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By My Nguyen
This story was originally published on the Scratch Foundation blog.
What do music and computer programming have in common?
If you ask Claire Pritchard, she’ll tell you “resilience.”
Pritchard works a tech integration specialist in Chicago, but her career began in music education.Featured: Not-Featured
De l’apprentissage procédural de la programmation à l’intégration interdisciplinaire de la programmation créative
Le « Guide d’activités technocréatives pour enfants du 21e siècle » propose 15 activités intégrant différents usages créatifs des technologies pour l’apprentissage dans plusieurs domaines, en plus de pistes d’évaluation concrètes pour les compétences du 21e siècle.
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Each Word document has one or more sb2 files to show you how they work, or to use as a demonstration in class. Feel free to edit the Word documents. Many of them have tables with "no borders". Editing will be easier if you put the borders back in to see where things are placed. Resource Files project_1_draw_a_square.sb2 project_2_make_the_cat_walk_page_1.sb2 project_2_make_the_cat_walk_more.sb2 project_3_page_1.sb2 project_3_page_2.sb2 project_4_draw_a_spiral.sb2 project_5_draw_a_circle.sb2 project_5_circle_design.sb2 project_5_circle_sectors.sb2 project_6_catch_the_snowflake.sb2 project_7_pong.sb2 Other Files: scratch_project_1_draw_a_square.docx scratch_project_2_make_the_cat_walk.docx scratch_project_3_more_squares.docx scratch_project_4_draw_a_spiral.docx scratch_project_5_experiment_with_circles.docx scratch_project_6_catch_the_snowflake.docx scratch_project_7_pong.docx Featured: Not-Featured
By My Nguyen Originally published on the Scratch Foundation Blog
When rising 8th grade student Katie Scheutzow was younger, she wanted to be just like her dad, who is a programmer. As she got a bit older, she participated in coding clubs and camps, where she discovered that programming really was “her thing.”Featured: Not-Featured
By My Nguyen This story was originally published on the Scratch Foundation blog.
When Ingrid Gustafson first started out as an Instructional Technology Specialist, she worked in a smaller district where there were few people in the same link of work. Spread across the district at different grade levels, there were few opportunities for technology specialists to interact with one another.
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