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READY-STEADY-CODE Numeracy with Scratch

28 mei 2015 14:19
Original Author:  Seamus O'Neill Content Teaser Readable miniatures of flip-over Scratch maths cards. READY-STEADY-CODE is the fast-track way of successfully integrating coding and numeracy in your classroom through Scratch. Each project is short, exciting and relevant to a sub-strand of the maths curriculum. These are some asample resources. See inside the projects at http://scratch.mit.edu/users/readysteadycode Resource Files hildren program how to draw a Triangle and measure its Angles with a protractor. They can replicate the activity on paper. Children program how to draw a Circle and calculate its area. They can replicate the activity on paper. Other Files:  p1_yr6.pdf p2_yr6.pdf p3_yr6.pdf Featured:  Not-Featured

Blocks/scripts you might use in games

21 mei 2015 22:37
Original Author:  Ann Nicholson Content Teaser Here are some directions on sample projects that show how to use different blocks in games.
This resource contains a PDF handout that explains several blocks that can be used in creating games: variables, lists, operators, control, sensing, etc. Along with a brief explanation of the various blocks is a link to a sample project that uses the blocks listed. I  created this handout to use with adults at a workshop, but it can also be used with students. Resource Files Other Files:  blocks_scripts_guidex.pdf Links:  Maze Project Pong Projects Cloud Data Pizza Survey Math Quiz with List Doodle Mouse 3 - Triangles with Procedures Doodle Mouse Squares with Procedure Blocks Dance Party using letter keys and broadcast Collide game with clones Featured:  Not-Featured

Updated Story Board for Public Service Announcement and/or Bullying Commercial - Middle School Level

18 mei 2015 17:08
Original Author:  Michael Droste Content Teaser Updated storyboard for Public Service Announcement Project and Bullying Commercial Project. Now include definitive checklist for students to develop their story BEFORE programming. Updated storyboard for Public Service Announcement Project and Bullying Commercial Project.

Now include definitive checklist for students to develop their story BEFORE programming. Resource Files Other Files:  computer_programming_storyboard.pdf Featured:  Not-Featured

Visual Programming Languages (Scratch) Research. Case Study in 5 schools in Spain

18 mei 2015 15:31
Original Author:  Jose Manuel Saez Lopez Content Teaser Benefits of Scratch integration into K-12 education. Case study in 5 schools Several authors and studies highlight the benefits of integration of Computer Science into K-12 education. Applications such as “scratch” have demonstrated to be effective in educational environments. The aim of this study is to assess the use of Visual Programming Language with “Scratch” in classroom practice analyzing the outcomes and attitudes of 107 primary school students from 5th and 6th grade in 5 different schools in Spain. Resource Files Images:  Research Design Featured:  Not-Featured

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Interactive learning of flowchart in Scratch

16 mei 2015 9:12
Original Author:  Crescentia Wang Content Teaser Learning flowcharting in Scratch interactively and animating based on students own flowchart sequences. I have created this teaching / learning interactive flowcharting project as a way for students to visualise their flowchart sequence and its corresponding Scratch animation. This flowchart is based on a simple animation of a rocket flying and landing and students has to create a flowchart sequence for this rocket animation.
Hope this will be useful to you and to the students. Resource Files Interactive flowcharting with Scratch animation Links:  Rocket v2.0 - a simple interactive introduction to flowcharting Featured:  Not-Featured

Scratch 2 Reference Book

8 mei 2015 7:29
Original Author:  Denis Golikov Content Teaser Scratch 2 Reference Book. This is an Annex 2 from "Scratch 2 Programming" e-book. This is an Annex 2 from "Scratch 2 Programming" e-book. Resource Files Images:  Scratch 2 Programming E-Book Other Files:  scratch_2_reference_book.docx Links:  Scratch 2 Programming E-Book on Amazon Scratched Link Featured:  Not-Featured

Introduction to Scratch - Arabic

28 april 2015 19:24
Original Author:  Engineering Village Content Teaser After conducting several classes for kids in the Sultanate of Oman, Engineering Village is pleased to present you with a simple introduction to Scratch book in Arabic.

Engineering Village is a leading educational center in the Middle East based in the Sultanate of Oman. The Village has a great focus on developing children’s electronics and programming skills through providing technical training and after school activities for kids and young agers. A team of educators was formed to construct a Scratch learning program that can be conducted to students in Arabic which gradually developed into producing this book which we are now pleased to share with you. Resource Files Images:  Scratch Classes @ Engineering Village Muscat Scratch Open Day Young Omani Programmers @ Engineering Village Links:  Download Link for the Arabic Book Featured:  Not-Featured

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Animated Greetings

28 april 2015 10:46
Original Author:  Sue Gray Content Teaser Create an animated greeting. A former colleague suggested we get together 'virtually' to celebrate Scratch Day on 9th May 2015. We agreed we'd have some of our classes make a animated greetings cards in Scratch. I made this worksheet to help speed up the work as we would only have one lesson of one hour.
Once pupils have the basic idea of how to animate a letter they can then extend this by changing variables (number of repeats, degrees to turn, direction of turn etc). This work will hopefully spark ideas for other animated activities too. Resource Files Basic code for an animated greeting Other Files:  animated_scratch_greetings_card.pdf Featured:  Not-Featured

Free Scratch programming book in Arabic, مجانا كناب احترف سكراتش بالعربي

27 april 2015 22:43
Original Author:  Engineering Village Content Teaser Free Arabic PDF book in Scratch 2 to learn programming from A to Z. كتاب إحتراف سكراتش مجاني This Scratch book is the first book in arabic language that is used in arabic areas that is had been written after many workshops for kids in this field.

You can download PDF file from http://www.ev-center.com/fossev.html

the book describe How
- Download and using of Scratch 2.0
- Scratch panel
- Drawing panel
- Blocks
- Programming concepts
- Loops/ If statment
- Games and Challenges...
Resource Files Links:  DOWNLOD ARABIC SCRATCH BOOK (PDF) Featured:  Not-Featured

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Scratch Around the World, Part 4 of 4: Confronting the Challenge of School Culture

24 april 2015 14:53
Content Teaser A four-part ScratchEd feature story series exploring the implementation of Scratch around the world with a focus on developing nations. In this four-part ScratchEd feature story series, we explore ways that Scratch is being implemented in classrooms around the world, with a focus on developing countries. The stories expand upon common challenges and strategies shared by three educators: Alisha Panjwani, Julia Reynolds, and Claudia Urrea, who share their experiences using Scratch in developing nations around the world.
  Related Media Scratch Project:  Hindi Maze Game Links:  Scratch Around the World, Part 1 of 4: Developing Scratch in Developing Nations Scratch Around the World, Part 2 of 4: Advocating Awareness with Localized Storytelling Scratch Around the World, Part 3 of 4: Engaging Community through Peer Learning Featured:  Featured

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Scratch Around the World, Part 3 of 4: Engaging Community through Peer Learning

24 april 2015 14:44
Content Teaser A four-part ScratchEd feature story series exploring the implementation of Scratch around the world with a focus on developing nations. In this four-part ScratchEd feature story series, we explore ways that Scratch is being implemented in classrooms around the world, with a focus on developing countries. The stories expand upon common challenges and strategies shared by three educators: Alisha Panjwani, Julia Reynolds, and Claudia Urrea, who share their experiences using Scratch in developing nations around the world.
 
“We had no idea that kids could teach. We thought they could only be taught.”
  Related Media Scratch Project:  Eashan's Scratch Story Quiz Links:  Scratch Around the World, Part 1 of 4: Developing Scratch in Developing Nations Scratch Around the World, Part 2 of 4: Advocating Awareness with Localized Storytelling Featured:  Featured

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Scratch Around the World, Part 2 of 4: Advocating Awareness with Localized Storytelling

24 april 2015 14:37
Content Teaser A four-part ScratchEd feature story series exploring the implementation of Scratch around the world with a focus on developing nations. In this four-part ScratchEd feature story series, we explore ways that Scratch is being implemented in classrooms around the world, with a focus on developing countries. The stories expand upon common challenges and strategies shared by three educators: Alisha Panjwani, Julia Reynolds, and Claudia Urrea, who share their experiences using Scratch in developing nations around the world.
Related Media Links:  Scratch Around the World, Part 1 of 4: Developing Scratch in Developing Nations Featured:  Featured

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Scratch Around the World, Part 1 of 4: Developing Scratch in Developing Nations

24 april 2015 14:26
Content Teaser A four-part ScratchEd feature story series exploring the implementation of Scratch around the world with a focus on developing nations. In this four-part ScratchEd feature, we explore three educators’ experiences implementing Scratch-based educational programs in classrooms around the world, with a focus on developing countries. We were honored to interview Alisha Panjwani, Julia Reynolds, and Claudia Urrea for this series. All three interviewees have had extensive experience developing, directing, implementing, and assessing international Scratch programs. Featured:  Featured

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A Tinkering Workshop: Make a Scratch "Radio"

12 april 2015 3:04
Original Author:  Mike Murphy Content Teaser Simulate an old time radio with Scratch and Picoboard. I don’t know many kids- teens anyway- who listen to the radio. With iTunes and streaming services like Spotify becoming so ubiquitous, radio must seem like antiquated technology to the digitally savvy. But, it is important for kids to know that radio has a rich history of providing music, information and stories to generations before them. I wanted to use Scratch in a way that would simulate old radio broadcasts, to give kids a sense of what it must have been like to hover over a wooden box with tubes, dials and ever-present static.
Resource Files Links:  Scratch project: "A Radio Puzzle" Video: "A Radio Puzzle with Scratch and Picoboard" Video: " The Suffrage Movement" Sparkfun (for Picoboards and potentiometers) Featured:  Not-Featured

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Scratch Times. Новый ежемесячный журнал по программированию на Скретч на русском языке!

7 april 2015 12:34
div class=field field-type-text field-field-original-author div class=field-original-author-item-wrap div class=field-items items div class=field-item odd div class=field-label-inline-first Original Author:nbsp;/div Denis Golikov /div /div /div /div fieldset class=fieldgroup group-content-teaserlegendContent Teaser/legenddiv class=field field-type-filefield field-field-image div class=field-image-item-wrap div class=field-items items div class=field-item odd img class=imagefield imagefield-field_image width=603 height=853 alt= src=http://scratched.gse.harvard.edu/sites/default/files/oblozhka_zhurnala_2.2015.png?1428401080 / /div /div /div /div div class=field field-type-text field-field-teaser div class=field-teaser-item-wrap div class=field-items items div class=field-item odd ПЕРВЫЙ ДЕТСКИЙ ЖУРНАЛ О ПРОГРАММИРОВАНИИ НА SCRATCH! Журнал для уверенных программистов на Scratch, которые знакомы со всеми блоками и прочитали не менее половины первой части учебника Scratch /div /div /div /div /fieldset ПЕРВЫЙ ДЕТСКИЙ ЖУРНАЛ О ПРОГРАММИРОВАНИИ НА SCRATCH!br / Журнал для уверенных программистов на Scratch, которые знакомы со всеми блоками и прочитали не менее половины первой части учебника Scratch.br / В каждом номере новости Скретч, пример игры и события из жизни Скретчеров.br / nbsp;fieldset class=fieldgroup group-related-media div class=related-media-headerspanResource Files/span/div div class=field field-type-link field-field-links div class=field-labelLinks:nbsp;/div div class=field-links-item-wrap div class=field-items items div class=field-item odd a href=https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/52558750/Game from #4/a /div /div /div /div /fieldset div class=field field-type-text field-field-featured-item div class=field-labelFeatured:nbsp;/div div class=field-featured-item-item-wrap div class=field-items items div class=field-item odd Not-Featured /div /div /div /div

How Do You Grade Projects When Using Programming: An Interview with Nicole Reitz-Larsen from Code.org

1 april 2015 22:30
fieldset class=fieldgroup group-content-teaserlegendContent Teaser/legenddiv class=field field-type-filefield field-field-image div class=field-image-item-wrap div class=field-items items div class=field-item odd img class=imagefield imagefield-field_image width=1439 height=810 alt= src=http://scratched.gse.harvard.edu/sites/default/files/nicole_reitz-larsen_feature_story.png?1427920611 / /div /div /div /div div class=field field-type-text field-field-teaser div class=field-teaser-item-wrap div class=field-items items div class=field-item odd Nicole discusses some of the toughest teacher criticisms and questions related to programming and assessing coding projects. /div /div /div /div /fieldset pOutreach Manager and Facilitator for a href=http://code.orgCode.org/a, a href=http://scratched.gse.harvard.edu/user/22214Nicole Reitz-Larsen/a works with 25 U.S. states west of the Mississippi, helping districts implement Computer Science. A former high school teacher from Salt Lake City, Utah, Nicole taught business classes for over 14 years.fieldset class=fieldgroup group-related-media div class=related-media-headerspanRelated Media/span/div div class=field field-type-filefield field-field-other-files div class=field-labelOther Files:nbsp;/div div class=field-other-files-item-wrap div class=field-items items div class=field-item odd div class=filefield-fileimg class=filefield-icon field-icon-application-vnd-openxmlformats-officedocument-presentationml-presentation alt=application/vnd.openxmlformats-officedocument.presentationml.presentation icon src=http://scratched.gse.harvard.edu/sites/all/modules/contrib/filefield/icons/x-office-presentation.png /a href=http://scratched.gse.harvard.edu/sites/default/files/how_do_you_grade_students_projects_in_programming-.pptx type=application/vnd.openxmlformats-officedocument.presentationml.presentation; length=2321620how_do_you_grade_students_projects_in_programming-.pptx/a/div /div /div /div /div div class=field field-type-link field-field-links div class=field-labelLinks:nbsp;/div div class=field-links-item-wrap div class=field-items items div class=field-item odd a href=http://scratched.gse.harvard.edu/ct/Computational Thinking with Scratch/a /div /div /div /div /fieldset div class=field field-type-text field-field-featured-item div class=field-labelFeatured:nbsp;/div div class=field-featured-item-item-wrap div class=field-items items div class=field-item odd Featured /div /div /div /div pa href=http://scratched.gse.harvard.edu/stories/how-do-you-grade-projects-when-using-programming-interview-nicole-reitz-larsen-codeorg target=_blankread more/a/p

Scratch Game Walk Throughs

31 maart 2015 20:22
div class=field field-type-text field-field-original-author div class=field-original-author-item-wrap div class=field-items items div class=field-item odd div class=field-label-inline-first Original Author:nbsp;/div Mr. D /div /div /div /div fieldset class=fieldgroup group-content-teaserlegendContent Teaser/legenddiv class=field field-type-filefield field-field-image div class=field-image-item-wrap div class=field-items items div class=field-item odd img class=imagefield imagefield-field_image width=730 height=497 alt= src=http://scratched.gse.harvard.edu/sites/default/files/scratch_game_walk_throughs.png?1427829006 / /div /div /div /div div class=field field-type-text field-field-teaser div class=field-teaser-item-wrap div class=field-items items div class=field-item odd Scratch Game Walk Throughs for middle school and high school classes. /div /div /div /div /fieldset I have created several Scratch Walkthroughs (PDF and PowerPoint) for students.br / br / a href=http://www.socialstudiesgames.us/p/technology-class.htmlhttp://www.socialstudiesgames.us/p/technology-class.html/abr / br / I also link to other sites that have walkthroughs for students.br / br / -Mr. Dbr / br / socialstudiesgames.usbr / @mrdncssfieldset class=fieldgroup group-related-media div class=related-media-headerspanResource Files/span/div div class=field field-type-link field-field-links div class=field-labelLinks:nbsp;/div div class=field-links-item-wrap div class=field-items items div class=field-item odd a href=http://socialstudiesgames.usMy Social Studies Website/a /div div class=field-item even a href=http://scratch.mit.edu/users/mrd12eagles/My Scratch Projects/a /div /div /div /div /fieldset div class=field field-type-text field-field-featured-item div class=field-labelFeatured:nbsp;/div div class=field-featured-item-item-wrap div class=field-items items div class=field-item odd Not-Featured /div /div /div /div

Clases de Scratch en Caracas, Venezuela

31 maart 2015 2:55
fieldset class=fieldgroup group-content-teaserlegendContent Teaser/legenddiv class=field field-type-filefield field-field-image div class=field-image-item-wrap div class=field-items items div class=field-item odd img class=imagefield imagefield-field_image width=630 height=472 alt= src=http://scratched.gse.harvard.edu/sites/default/files/scratchvenezuela_2.jpg?1427763460 / /div /div /div /div div class=field field-type-text field-field-teaser div class=field-teaser-item-wrap div class=field-items items div class=field-item odd Proyecto quot;Pequeños Programadoresquot; - Enseñando niños como programar www.scratchvenezuela.com /div /div /div /div /fieldset El objeto principal del proyecto quot;Pequentilde;os Programadoresquot; esnbsp;Introducir en el sistema educativo de la Rebuacute;blica Bolivariana de Venezuela el aprendizaje e implementacioacute;n del lenguaje de programacioacute;n utilizando la herramientanbsp;emScratch/em. nbsp;Actualmente dicho proyecto, se encuentra en una etapa experimental (proyecto piloto) en el Colegio Generalismo Francisco de Miranda, Caracas, Venezuela. Para mstrongaacute;/strongs informacioacute;n viste www.scratchvenezuela.comfieldset class=fieldgroup group-related-media div class=related-media-headerspanRelated Media/span/div div class=field field-type-filefield field-field-scratch-images div class=field-labelImages:nbsp;/div a class=prev/a div class=field-scratch-images-item-wrap div class=field-items items div class=field-item odd img class=imagefield imagefield-field_scratch_images width=630 height=472 alt= src=http://scratched.gse.harvard.edu/sites/default/files/scratchvenezuela_1.jpg?1427763203 / /div div class=field-item even img class=imagefield imagefield-field_scratch_images width=2000 height=2160 alt= src=http://scratched.gse.harvard.edu/sites/default/files/squarelogo.png?1427763261 / /div /div /div a class=next/a /div div class=field field-type-link field-field-links div class=field-labelLinks:nbsp;/div div class=field-links-item-wrap div class=field-items items div class=field-item odd a href=http://www.scratchvenezuela.com/ página principal del proyecto quot;Pequeños Programadoresquot;/a /div /div /div /div /fieldset div class=field field-type-text field-field-featured-item div class=field-labelFeatured:nbsp;/div div class=field-featured-item-item-wrap div class=field-items items div class=field-item odd Not-Featured /div /div /div /div

Scratch being taught in Caracas Venezuela

31 maart 2015 2:22
fieldset class=fieldgroup group-content-teaserlegendContent Teaser/legenddiv class=field field-type-filefield field-field-image div class=field-image-item-wrap div class=field-items items div class=field-item odd img class=imagefield imagefield-field_image width=630 height=472 alt= src=http://scratched.gse.harvard.edu/sites/default/files/scratchvenezuela_0.jpg?1427761324 / /div /div /div /div div class=field field-type-text field-field-teaser div class=field-teaser-item-wrap div class=field-items items div class=field-item odd Scratch being taught in Caracas Venezuela /div /div /div /div /fieldset Scratch is being taught to 4th and 5th graders in a public school in Caracas, Venezuela. For more information visit the website www.scratchvenezuela.comfieldset class=fieldgroup group-related-media div class=related-media-headerspanRelated Media/span/div div class=field field-type-link field-field-links div class=field-labelLinks:nbsp;/div div class=field-links-item-wrap div class=field-items items div class=field-item odd a href=http://www.scratchvenezuela.com/Scratch Venezuela Website/a /div /div /div /div /fieldset div class=field field-type-text field-field-featured-item div class=field-labelFeatured:nbsp;/div div class=field-featured-item-item-wrap div class=field-items items div class=field-item odd Not-Featured /div /div /div /div

CLEQ - Scratch books reviewer

29 maart 2015 21:17
Original Author:  Adriano Parracciani Content Teaser CLEQ is the core of a systems for making interactive books reviews using Scratch and MakeyMakey. CLEQ is a DIY tablet, made with recovered materials. CLEQ is the core of a systems for making interactive books reviews using Scratch and MakeyMakey. CLEQ is a DIY tablet, made with recovered materials.


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http://www.slideshare.net/ADP63/cleq-educational-toy

  Resource Files Images:  CLEQ Components Links:  CLEQ educational toy (details) CLEQ - scratch project to remix Featured:  Not-Featured

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