But we hope that a wide range of educators will try out the curriculum guide and provide us with feedback. By separating these out, they can be re-used in other contexts or teachers can replace them with more appropriate or new resources. Another engaging session. Thanks everyone for all of the feedback you've shared so far! My response to them, when they were reluctant to upload, was that each one of us learn to program at different levels and speeds - that they had started not knowing anything about creating a sprite and ended up with one that was complete. We have mandatory sharing regularly and everyone is now used to troubleshooting together. ����1��d齳�*�I�Q�u#�1Cr�w펵Ljv��!�c��2��BG�M� ���Cf�0. Thanks for encouraging kids to be creative. I just ran through most of the curriculum prepared by the Scratch team -- to the maze project -- with our weakest kids. FAX617-495-2928 The really important thing that they are learning is that each person has different parts that seem to come easy and that they can help each other. x���7r���O1"9Ґ�iuUwWW�HI\I+Y�Z{wy��3�gYk��q밽�������*���j�Sl�H$� �\���?�>��/��O�څ���ݶ=���O�^����^���_��jv���������ա?n����ӷo۫���?_����GO�_������������ǟ����ͻ~��y*s��͋����W�z���7o��Ǭ;�y4�S�m�1"�n>z~��_��M�ǣi��h�����C;F�����vY����#�L�4{�"�%2]�U{u�qzc�n �w�_�5H CAzR����8�#��nB�*N�Ѿ����ީ��]{^���? I am the educational technologist at my school and I am working with a couple of classes to introduce the lessons in the curriculum guide. Is it possible for me to get a downloaded version of the Intro to Scratch Video? 2017 – Present • Initiated and organized biennial Patent Law Info Course, resulting in 100+ applicants each year, expanded from 4 weeks in 2015 to 7 weeks in 2018 • Organized patent law career transition panel discussions, featuring 5 panelists and attracting 100+ attendees . - http://scratched.media.mit.edu/stories/new-features-scratched-website-relaunch. Kind regards and thanks Karen for this wonderful resource. This guide looks fantastic! As far as revised version, why don't you think about a collaborative platform for sharing the document ? Thank you for putting this together. The 20 sessions presented in this guide are organized into 5 topics: You can download the full, current draft of the curriculum guide below - available in both pdf and doc formats. I am doing sessions 3-5 this week, but I am not able to play the Vimeo videos at school, (however, I can play You Tube - was just unblocked). Interestingly, we have this document translated into Portuguese. - http://scratched.media.mit.edu/node/10945. ��&�7��T�U��mw}[��3/�����2φ���K�ְB�����t�F�4k�`���S5`ŧ1Rſ��Z�Z Ѕ:�t�| J��^1��d�»�`��g�`��z��BR�Fe�RݰRh�3Ֆ��U�A�ǣP�\%� in��!/�_��Pe���]��c�V"�x�2��,�憰�*�kck��Q@�4�:���%��$�����\���b�k��E�i�?xj�f�=�;� �sC�t06P|��rl1g"�Ĥ�"��Z��4���"BP���0C�m�\E� �@A5�F�Oj"�'�;�Yj�Fzo�)�u�7�B�&�O|eW�G�c��O��J�.շ��?=N��&�\L [KVų�]�^��� Aͼ�-A Ų"Z�5nn.\�|�%�C!�7�gp��!�r���D�� ,fcy�IZ#�k�j4_�^����K#��?+�ׅ�bv7VRE��Ƥf��\8���F��2}�c�s�uL��X�@�VKq:^1���'2q��zc���� I had imagined it as the start of the games sessions. I am new to this and teach in a Seconday School with a wide range of abilities. Harvard Division of Medical Sciences Patent Law Path . In my classes, it is important for me to recognize each student's achievement. Saludo cordial a toda la comunidad, gracias por la oportunidad de ingresar y compartir conocimientos. model for a computer science curriculum and its implementation at the K–12 level is a necessary first step toward reaching these goals. Lessons plans. The students loved this and I thought it was great for team bonding. Hope this helps to get the guide in Spanish very soon. http://scratch.mit.edu/galleries/view/138381, http://scratch.mit.edu/projects/Thissideup11/37276, http://scratch.mit.edu/projects/Lightnin/641361, http://scratch.mit.edu/projects/silvershine/1955237, http://scratch.mit.edu/projects/RS1298/1666785, http://scratch.mit.edu/projects/Fidessa-Chan/1908301. Check out our Eventbrite page to find out how to purchase a kit or how you can create your own Scratch Starter Kit. Update your ScratchEd profile settings by April 30, 2012 to automatically be entered into the drawing to win! I lead a Computer Science club at our middle school - ....  the students are 6th-8th grade. Google-funded 2009-2011 Creative Computing workshops, NSF-funded ScratchEd workshops and meetups, Portuguese Translation (by Teresa Marques), French Translation (by Denis Guillemenot), Chinese Translation (by Hsinmei Lin and Christopher Clark), scratched.media.mit.edu/resources/scratch-draft-curriculum-traditional-chinese-translation, http://scratched.media.mit.edu/resources/dutch-translation-handouts-scratch-curriculum-guide, http://scratched.media.mit.edu/stories/new-features-scratched-website-relaunch, http://scratched.media.mit.edu/discussions/curriculum-guide-draft/scratch-curriculum-guide-draft-feedback, http://www.youtube.com/user/ScratchEdTeam, http://scratched.media.mit.edu/node/10945, http://scratch.mit.edu/users/showgalleries/954277.