Met dit blokje kun je een denkwolkje aan een sprite toevoegen. Met het blokje 'denk ... tellen ...' kun je een hele dialoog opbouwen in tekstwolkjes, zoals in een stripverhaal.
_ 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:
Related Media Images: drop: geometrical shapes program first version final version Other Files: polygon_paper.pdf Featured: Not-Featured
Christophe Béasse Featured: Not-Featured
With support from a National Science Foundation grant for an initiative called “Coding for All,” MIT Media Lab’s Lifelong Kindergarten group, the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University, and the Digital Media and Learning (DML) Hub at University of California Irvine have been working toget Related Media Scratch Project: Ballet Sprites Links: Dance and Scratch LibraryBox Featured: Not-Featured
It is free from 21 to 23 of March 2016 Resource Files Links: https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/95846314/ http://amzn.com/B01CP4DREY Featured: Not-Featured
The first-ever ScratchEd Meetup is happening in New Orleans on April 16, from 10am-1pm, in Central City!
This is a repost of the Scratch Team update: https://scratch.mit.edu/wedo
The LEGO® Education WeDo 2.0 is an introductory invention kit you can use to build your own interactive machines. You can snap together Scratch programming blocks to interact with your LEGO WeDo creations and add animations on the screen.Featured: Not-Featured
By My Nguyen
Ontario teacher Enzo Ciardelli is not a computer science teacher. In fact, he had minimal experience with coding prior to introducing it to his 6th grade class at Gordon Price Elementary School last September.Featured: Not-Featured
Visual programming languages integrated across the curriculum in elementary school: A two year case study using “scratch” in five schools
Please see your course overview for program description and marking criteria. Featured: Not-Featured
Please see your course overview for program description and marking criteria. Resource Files Move and Jump with an "Artificial" Gravity System (SCRATCH 1.4) (Robot) Donkey Kong Starter Code (SCRATCH 1.4) Featured: Not-Featured