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WeDo Activities with Scratch for Elementary and Middle School kids

26 maart 2015 2:42
Original Author:  Barbara Ericson Content Teaser This resource is ideas and sample Scratch code for several WeDo projects. Resource Files Other Files:  activities_for_lego_wedo_with_scratch_scripts.pdf Featured:  Not-Featured

Music, History and Technology Meet for an Innovative Experience

23 maart 2015 21:13
Content Teaser Colonial Idol, part of Colonial Williamsburg's award-winning Electronic Field Trip series, Scratch, and MaKey MaKey make a winning combination

Traveling through a time machine, our fifth graders studied colonial life in the United States. The students participated in a live online streaming field trip, Colonial Idol, through the Williamsburg Foundation with students across the country. The field trip showcased 18th-century music, including Native American songs, military tunes, en- slaved people's work songs, and more. Related Media Images:  MaKey MaKey Scratch Lyre Experimenting with conductivity Kindergarten students at play Awesome drum machine - 3 hole punch for drum pedal MaKey MaKey Scratch Xylophone Other Files:  img_0287.mov Links:  Colonial Williamsburg Foundation HERO Series MaKey MaKey Xylophone MaKey MaKey Lyre Featured:  Not-Featured

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Nederlandstalig uitleg video's

21 maart 2015 16:12
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 Harald van Brederode /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=520 height=417 alt= src=http://scratched.gse.harvard.edu/sites/default/files/nederlandstalig_uitleg_videos.png?1426981712 / /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 Snel scratch leren zonder hulp van je juf of meester /div /div /div /div /fieldset uitlegfilmpjesbr / kennismakenbr / appeltjes vangenbr / tafelsbr / tekenenbr / muziek makenbr / webcambr / makeymakeybr / etc.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://sway.com/LQdcEythYlQqkeDDVideo#039;s Nederlands in swAy/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

Reading, Writing, Remixing: Programming Non-Linear Stories with Scratch

20 maart 2015 20:03
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=595 height=346 alt= src=http://scratched.gse.harvard.edu/sites/default/files/scratch_story_sessions_1.png?1426878192 / /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 An interview with Harvard Master#039;s Candidate, Ji-Sun Ham, about a Scratch curriculum promoting non-linear storytelling /div /div /div /div /fieldset Friends and family of Ji-Sun Ham, a Masterrsquo;s candidate at the Harvard Graduate school of Education, will tell you that shersquo;s a bit of a meandering storyteller. ldquo;A lot of my friends and sisters keep telling me that my stories just take too long. They#39;re not short and concise. And I keep going back and forth to do things. I#39;m, like, lsquo;Well, sorry. I just remember things suddenly that I need to tell you that are important to the story.rsquo;rdquo;br / nbsp;fieldset 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://scratched.gse.harvard.edu/resources/scratch-story-sessionsScratch Story Sessions/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/reading-writing-remixing-programming-non-linear-stories-scratch target=_blankread more/a/p

Scratch being taught in Caracas Venezuela

20 maart 2015 4:52
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 Camila Magrane /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=2000 height=2160 alt= src=http://scratched.gse.harvard.edu/sites/default/files/logosquare.png?1426812877 / /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 Kids in Caracas Venezuela are learning how to make video games using Scratch! /div /div /div /div /fieldset Project quot;Pequentilde;os Programadoresquot; is currently being implemented in a public school in Caracas, Venezuela. Programming classes are being given to 4th and 5th graders. Visit the site below for more information:br / br / www.scratchvenezuela.comfieldset class=fieldgroup group-related-media div class=related-media-headerspanResource Files/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.jpg?1426823698 / /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/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

Scratch Story Sessions

18 maart 2015 18:39
An introductory Scratch storytelling curriculum, based on the Creative Computing curriculum guide.

A note from the author:

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Uitgewerkte opdrachten om een breed scala van concepten aan te bieden

18 maart 2015 17:46
Original Author:  Frank Nevan Content Teaser PDFs met uitgewerkt opdrachten. Deze opdrachen zijn onderverdeeld in verschillende niveaus en veronderstellen dat je al eens met Scratch gewerkt hebt. De opdrachten zijn niet bedoeld om rechtstreeks in de klas te gebruiken. Ze dienen om in een workshop of coderdojo context (onder begeleiding van coaches) een breed palet van concepten aan te brengen.   Resource Files Links:  Scratch materiaal Featured:  Not-Featured

A Tinkering Workshop: Using Bluetooth Speakers, Physical “Sprites,” and Scratch to Extend Narrative Possibilities.

18 maart 2015 14:05
Original Author:  Mike Murphy Content Teaser Create new possibilities for storytelling in Scratch with dialogue between 2D and 3D sprites. First, watch this video introduction: www.youtube.com/watch?v=E9d4KCTm9Jg (about 2 minutes; this movie also includes a layer of animation to make it fun.)

More and more, wireless devices are becoming part of everyday life. Our phones and computers connect wirelessly to fitness trackers, speakers, and toys. Most kids will grow up using this technology in some way, but will they have the opportunity to create with it?
Resource Files Images:  Other Files:  a_tinkering_workshop-_using_bluetooth_speakers_physical_sprites_and_scratch_to_extend_narrative_possibilities.pdf felt_gobo.pdf felt_scratch_cat.pdf Links:  Scratch Cat visits the Physical World Bluetooth Speaker Sound Quality Featured:  Not-Featured

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Creatief Computergebruik: Dutch Translation of the Creative Computing Curriculum Guide

10 maart 2015 18:18
Original Author:  Cobie van de Ven Content Teaser Dutch version of the Scratch curriculum guide This is the Dutch translation of the Creative Computing Curriculum Guide. The translation work was completed by Cobie van de Ven.

Follow the links below to download the curriculum guide and learner workbook. Resource Files Links:  Creatief Computergebruik Handleiding Creatief Computeren Werkboek Featured:  Not-Featured

Scratch Across the Curriculum

8 maart 2015 3:58
Original Author:  James Abela Content Teaser This presentation shows you how you can use Scratch Across The Curriculum in a wide range of subjects. This online resource can be edited and takes you into the wonderful world of Scratch and how it can be used across the curriculum.  The file attached is an XMind Mindmap, it can be edited with XMind

  Resource Files Other Files:  scratch_across_the_curriculum.xmind Links:  Scratch Across Curriculum Presentation Featured:  Not-Featured

Taller #Programar Me gusta! para docentes sobre programación con Scratch

5 maart 2015 18:48
Content Teaser Taller para docentes sobre programación con Scratch. Fundación Telefónica de Argentina 

 

Ubicación

Arenales 1540 – C1061AAR
Buenos Aires – República Argentina

Teléfono – Fax

+54 11 4333 1300
+54 11 4333 1301

Correo electrónico

Related Media Links:  Más información en Material inicial Featured:  Not-Featured

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创意计算: Chinese Translation of the Creative Computing Curriculum Guide

3 maart 2015 0:10
Original Author:  Jovi Tongyuzhou Content Teaser Chinese version of the Scratch curriculum guide This is the Chinese translation of the Creative Computing Curriculum Guide. The translation work was completed by Jovi Tongyuzhou and colleagues at Learning through Engineering, Art, and Design (LEAD) organization in Shanghai.

Follow the links below to download the curriculum guide and learner workbook.
  Resource Files Links:  创意计算 teacher guide 创意计算 learner workbook Featured:  Not-Featured

Informatique Créative: French Translation of the Creative Computing Curriculum Guide

2 maart 2015 23:10
Original Author:  Thierry Viéville Content Teaser French version of the Scratch curriculum guide This is the French translation of the Creative Computing Curriculum Guide. The translation work was completed by Thierry Viéville and colleagues from http://www.inria.fr/en.

Download the PDF and editable PPT below.
  Resource Files Links:  Informatique Créative (PDF) Informatique Créative (editable PPT) Featured:  Not-Featured

Scratch and a boy

1 maart 2015 8:26
Content Teaser "How did they make MARIO?",he said. "Which things does he want to know about ?",I wondered. "How was MARIO made by Nintendo?" or just a "MARIO's inside". One day in 2015, I went to a special school to teach programming by Scratch.
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?".

"Which things does he want to know about ?", I wondered. Featured:  Not-Featured

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Using Scratch for basic Raspberry Pi electronics

27 februari 2015 12:23
Original Author:  Sean McManus Content Teaser Make a torch and burglar alarm! Tutorial that explains how you can use the CamJam EduKit of affordable electronics components, a Raspberry Pi and the ScratchGPIO software to make simple electronics projects controlled from Scratch. Demos include a burglar alarm, torch and flashing lights program. Resource Files Images:  LEDs in a breadboard connected to Raspberry Pi Links:  Make a torch and burglar alarm in Scratch with the CamJam EduKit and ScratchGPIO Featured:  Not-Featured

Red Nose Day Scratch resources

27 februari 2015 12:14
Original Author:  ScratchYourNose Content Teaser Some great sprites here for making Red Nose Day games Red Nose Day is a charity event in the UK, taking place on 13th March 2015 (and every two years). ScratchYourNose is a fund raising project where children are invited to write games in Scratch. There are some great Scratch sprites provided that you can use in your games. Resource Files Images:  Nose sprites Health sprites Links:  Scratch Your Nose Featured:  Not-Featured

Cambridge Scratch Educator Meetups

25 februari 2015 19:27
Content Teaser See what happens at a Scratch educator meetup organized by local educators in Cambridge, MA. ** Interesting in organizing a local Scratch educator meetup near you? Get started with our new Scratch Educator Meetup Guide, available for download at http://scratched.gse.harvard.edu/resources/scratch-educator-meetup-guide. Meet up with us! **

Related Media Links:  Scratch Educator Meetup Guide Cambridge Scratch Educator Meetups Featured:  Featured

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A Tinkering Workshop: Making Interactive Landscapes

25 februari 2015 15:57
Original Author:  Mike Murphy Content Teaser Create models of real or imaginary landscapes and connect them to Scratch programs. This project has several facets: storytelling, physical modeling (going from a sketch to a handmade landscape), and Scratch programming. The idea is to imagine a real or fictitious landscape as the setting for a simple story about what an explorer might see. An explorer (in the form of a game piece avatar) moves through the created landscape according to rules established by the maker. Along the way the explorer can focus in on details if they stop on interactive spaces. These spaces trigger a Scratch program with animation, artwork, sounds or even mini games.
Resource Files Images:  Other Files:  making_interactive_landscapes.pdf Links:  Scratch program example Additional photos (look for albums: Interactive Landscape and MaKey MaKey Quick Connect Making an Interactive Landscape video Featured:  Not-Featured

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BESKid - BES Computer Lab Resources

25 februari 2015 3:23
Original Author:  Tim Telep Content Teaser Find two complete 8 part video series on game design using Scratch: Make a Two Level Game and Build a Maze. Challenge videos too. I've uploaded 19 new instructional videos to BESKid - BES Computer Lab Resources. I recorded these videos to support 4th and 5th grade units on Creative Computing with Scratch for the 2014-2015 school year.  Students in the lab use these videos to build the basic structure of a video game and then use that basic structure to explore, imagine and create. So far students are fully engaged; they are in control of their learning and also have the opportunity to follow their curiousity. Very cool.
Resource Files Links:  BESKid - BES Computer Lab Resources Featured:  Not-Featured

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Taking a risk … with computer science

24 februari 2015 0:14
Content Teaser Tasked with finding ways to incorporate computer science concepts into the K-8 curriculum at St. Anne’s-Belfield School, one of the first areas where we have seen affinity is with world languages.

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

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