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AN INTRODUCTORY COMPUTING CURRICULUM USING SCRATCH

The team behind the programming language SCRATCH have created a classroom user guide and website with creative computing as the focus: Creative computing is…creativity. Computer science and...

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Scratch, a programming project from MIT, might be an unexpected tool for digital storytelling. Using Scratch to tell a story is a “twofer”: Students practice important ELA skills and at the same time use computational thinking.

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How to draw a circle: click for explanation What can you do with 10 blocks? Easy instructions for popular techniques in Scratch

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Our series of MagPi Essentials books continues with this guide to programming in Scratch. This freely-available visual programming language from MIT is particularly good for children getting to grips with starting programming, and our book is written with the younger reader in mind.

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Codeletics - Codeletics teaches the fundamental principles of modern programming languages in a fun and interactive way. These skills can then be transferred to programming real apps, programs and websites.

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from Connect With Your Teens Through Pop Culture and Technology

Cartoon Book Guide for Scratch Programming for Tweens and Teens

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How to Teach Primary Programming Using Scratch: Teacher's Handbook: A Complete KS2 Computer Science Study Programme (Code-IT Primary Programming) null http://www.amazon.com/dp/1908684534/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_8w1ywb08J7HX0

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Scratch is definately the most famous visual programming language there is. It has been founded at MIT Media Lab, and through a very intuitive design children at very young age can create games. Scratch let’s users upload their games to their web 2.0 platform, giving users an oppertunity to learn from others .

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