Met zenders en ontvangers is het mogelijk om te communiceren tussen verschillende scripts. En zelfs tussen verschillende sprites. Op deze manier kunnen verschillende sprites elkaar besturen en opdrachten geven.
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I had been asked by a teacher of the school, "Could you teach my students something about computing?".
I recommended Scratch.
It includes elements of language, mathematics, art, music.
So It's good for them, I thought.
The first day I met a 13 years old boy who looks hard to use his tongue.
He said ,"How did they make MARIO?".
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Inspired by the article Taking a risk … with technology, I want to share some real-world experiences about taking a risk with … computer science. If the idea of incorporating new technology into the curriculum is anxiety inducing for an educator, add computer science to the equation and the fear factor seems to amp up ten-fold. Related Media Links: Code a Scrapbook Studio Code a Story Studio Featured: Not-Featured
Creative Computing Instructor
Creative Computing includes activities related to coding and electronics using tools like Scratch and AppInventor. Instructor will be intimately involved in curriculum development as well as instructing all-ages groups, and conducting train-the-trainers sessions with librarians and teachers.
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This year's SIGCSE (ACM Special Interest Group on Computer Science Education) Conference is happening at the Kansas City Convention Center in Kansas City, Missouri from March 4-7, 2015. The theme for the conference is "Keep Connected, Keep Committed, Keep Computing." From the SIGCSE 2015 website describes the gathering as the following:Related Media Links: SIGCSE 2015 website Featured: Featured
The major principle of teaching a child how to program is the creation of a complex game by the child that will consist of many minor structures called scripts. The operational mode of each script has a lot of in detail. After the creation of such a game a child can spend some time playing and simultaneously changing it, either simplifying or complicating it. Resource Files Other Files: scratch_2_programming_1_3_finish_1_2_bez_17_glavy_otryvok.pdf Links: scratch4world.com Featured: Not-Featured
I just wanted to share an article I wrote for Tech Directions about using Scratch in my 6th grade computer class last year. Last year was my first time ever using Scratch. I incorporated Scratch 2.0 into my curriculum to teach my students some basic programming concepts and was also very fortunate to attend a couple of ScratchEd meetups.
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I-FIT team translated CC book into Korean language.
The Korean government announced to enhance SW education for K-12 last year.
So, We would like to share and facilitate CC education in Korea.
Thank the ScratchEd research team for sharing CC book.
CC book : http://digital.kyobobook.co.kr/digital/ebook/ebookDetail.ink?barcode=480150000247P
I-FIT : http://computing.or.kr
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Since 2010, hundreds of educators have participated in our monthly Scratch educator meetups hosted in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Inspired by the amazing learning and sharing at the Cambridge meetups, we created a guide to help people host meetups in their own communities!
Download the guide here.
The meetup guide is organized in three parts:
Use this video to teach 4th and 5th grade students how to program their own multiplication game in Scratch. Concepts covered include; variables, loops, random numbers, etc. Resource Files Links: Screencast on YouTube Featured: Not-Featured