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Darcy Goshorn

Snap! Build Your Own Blocks. Alpha - 6 views

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    ZOMG! Like the Scratch programming application, but runs in your browser and on mobile devices!
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    Shared by Jim Gates, who is awesome sauce.
Darcy Goshorn

Using Scratch for programming and control - 2 views

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    a 6-lesson scheme of work to teach ICT and programming using Scratch with lots of great worksheets, powerpoints, games and generally good resources for a tightly focused unit of work
Virginia Glatzer

Build Your Own Blocks (BYOB) - 6 views

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    Welcome to the distribution center for BYOB (Build Your Own Blocks), an advanced offshoot of Scratch, a visual programming language primarily for kids from the Lifelong Kindergarten Group at the MIT Media Lab. This version, developed by Jens Mönig with design input and documentation from Brian Harvey, is an attempt to extend the brilliant accessibility of Scratch to somewhat older users-in particular, non-CS-major computer science students-without becoming inaccessible to its original audience. BYOB 3 adds first class lists, sprites, and procedures to BYOB's original contribution of custom blocks and recursion.
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    Offshoot of Scratch: BYOB 3 adds first class lists, sprites, and procedures to BYOB's original contribution of custom blocks and recursion.
Virginia Glatzer

Clutter | Home | Create - Connect - Share - 6 views

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    The goal of Clutter is to allow users to collaborate by linking Scratch projects. On the Scratch site it is possible to add projects to galleries, however, this is only one way to bring Scratch projects together. In Clutter there are three ways to bring projects together: Story Clutters allow you order projects sequentially. Secret Word Clutters requires users to type in a secret word to move to the next project in a sequence. Link Clutters allow you to go to any project inside a Clutter if you know the link word that is associated with the project.
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    "A Clutter is a collection of Scratch projects that are linked together."
Darcy Goshorn

Lesson Plans: Peanut Butter and Jelly Programming (Middle, Computer) - 6 views

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    A non-computer programming lesson
Darcy Goshorn

NAACE Primary: Classroom Activities - 4 views

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    Interactive manipulatives for students to integrate ICT topics
Darcy Goshorn

UNIT the Robot - 3 views

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    programming interactive manipulative for primary students
Darcy Goshorn

Scratch Resources « Kids and Technology - 1 views

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    More resources for using Scratch in lessons
Darcy Goshorn

Scratch Project Planning Worksheet - 2 views

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    Informative diagram worksheet that guides you along the path to creating your Scratch program. 
Darcy Goshorn

Scratch Project Storyboard Printable - 3 views

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    A printable storyboard template for students to use to plan or design their Scratch programming.
Darcy Goshorn

Programming With Scratch - A Middle Level Math Unit - 2 views

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    We have developed a six day Scratch unit for 7th and 8th grade math. One class period of each six-day cycle is devoted to Scratch, effectively spreading the lessons out over a six week period. During their course of study, students learn simple terminology, are introduced to the principles of object-oriented programming, and create original animations and games that are uploaded to our Scratch Web Gallery.
Darcy Goshorn

App Inventor for Android - 1 views

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    Creating an App Inventor app begins in your browser, where you design how the app will look. Then, like fitting together puzzle pieces, you set your app's behavior. All the while, through a live connection between your computer and your phone, your app appears on your phone. Read more... App Inventor is a part of Google Labs, a playground for Google Engineers and adventurous Google users. Send us your suggestions and ideas, but remember to wear your safety glasses while building your apps.
Darcy Goshorn

AppsBar - 6 views

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    Appsbar was designed to fill the gap between over-simplified apps and costly, professionally-produced apps. It presents myriad personalization opportunities with a unique interface that guides creators through the entire process - from creation, to editing, to publication - with visual and textual clues at each step. As creators build apps page by page, each app becomes more personalized through limitless combinations of background colors and fonts and the ability to upload images and videos from personal libraries. Appsbar was introduced in 2011 as the first cost-free way for anyone, at any skill level and with a limited budget, to make rich, personalized apps that reflect their own personality, business or event with direct access to app stores. Appsbar meets the demand for a turn-key solution for creating and publishing apps, while eliminating the common hassles faced by even experienced app developers, including how to develop for multiple devices and platforms, how to beat long-wait periods for publication, and how to stop rejections from app stores.
Darcy Goshorn

OMSI: Robot Obstacle Course - 4 views

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    Robot Obstacle Course is an excellent introduction into programming for young kids. Students are presented with an obstacle course made up of colored blocks and keys. Students must program the robot to jump over the obstacles and pick up the keys to complete the course. Through the obstacle course, students are introduced to basic programming language and learn how to think like a programmer. The obstacles get progressively more difficult and more variables are added.
Darcy Goshorn

Scratch (Program Description) - from Afterschool Curriculum Choice: Technology Resources - 5 views

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    Curriculum documents, cost estimates, etc. for using MIT's Scratch programming software in the classroom. Great background resource.
Virginia Glatzer

ScratchEd - 0 views

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    just launched! from NECC09
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    A place for educators using Scratch to share, collaborate, etc.
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