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  • Mr. Rodriguez's avatar
    5th Grade teacher from Los Angeles. Just getting started with scratch. It has been on my projects lists for a while. I want to use scratch as part of science and social studies unit on building a colony in space.
  • Mrs. Leblanc's avatar
    I have recently registered for scratch as an educator. I have 3rd graders that have been very interested in learning coding since Hour of code. They've been exploring code.org, and nclabs.

    I am not permitted to use email accounts for them and need to be able to keep them on my log in. Can anyone tell me how I can set these accounts up for children without email accounts?
    • Mrs. Berryessa - Check out this trick using a gmail account from Edublogs. It really does work! http://help.edublogs.org/2009/02/27/creating-...

      • Apr 8, 2014
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      • Mrs. Leblanc - This worked very well Thanks!

        • Apr 9, 2014
      • Mr. Rodriguez - The magic + works well in creating multiple accounts. glad it worked and good luck.

        • Apr 14, 2014
      • Laura Kees - ¿Cómo hacer para embeber un proyecto Scratch en Edmodo?
        Intento utilizar el código embebido que ofrece Scratch, utilizando el botón "Enlace" de Edmodo y no me funciona.
        Desde ya, agradeceré sus respuestas :)
        Saludos cordiales a todo el grupo.

        • Mar 27, 2014
    • Laura Kees - Sucede que en la web de Scratch está el link de <embed> pero intento usarlo en la opción de "enlace" de Edmodo y no logro hacer que funcione (como sí me funcionan otros códigos embebidos de otras aplicaciones online).
      Muchas gracias.

      • Mar 28, 2014
  • Laura Kees's avatar
    ¿Cómo hacer para embeber un proyecto Scratch en Edmodo?
    Intento utilizar el código embebido que ofrece Scratch, utilizando el botón "Enlace" de Edmodo y no me funciona.
    Desde ya, agradeceré sus respuestas :)
    Saludos cordiales a todo el grupo.
    • Laura Kees - Sucede que en la web de Scratch está el link de <embed> pero intento usarlo en la opción de "enlace" de Edmodo y no logro hacer que funcione (como sí me funcionan otros códigos embebidos de otras aplicaciones online).
      Muchas gracias.

      • Mar 28, 2014
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      • López - copia la dirección directamente de la barra del navegador y ponla como enlace en el edmodo

        • Mar 30, 2014
      • Laura Kees - Muchas gracias!

        • Mar 31, 2014
    • Ms. Oubiña Falcón - ¿Alguien sabe cuándo se puede usar el ScratchJr? Creo que saldrá primero como App para IPad

      • Mar 18, 2014
  • Ms. Oubiña Falcón's avatar
    ¿Alguien sabe cuándo se puede usar el ScratchJr? Creo que saldrá primero como App para IPad
  • Mrs. Tipton's avatar
    I am working on an advanced college degree and I need to use Scratch to create a simulation where learners will be asked a question and then based on the way they answer it, they will be given different feedback. Can anyone point me in the right direction for figuring out how to do this?
    • Mrs. Tipton - Oh, thank you...thank you...thank you!!! I watched all of the atomic learning videos on Scratch. I watched all of the instructional videos on the Scratch site and various others I could find. I don't know if I was just too tired or if I just couldn't wrap my head around it. Plus, I've never done anything like this before. Thank you.

      • Mar 18, 2014
  • Mr. Taragan's avatar
    I am interested in attending the Scratch@MIT 2014 conference but there is not a lot of information regarding the sessions/activities. Has anyone attended one of these before? Can you share any information/tips?
  • Mr. Bloodworth's avatar
    Scratch-ed seems to be down. Can someone please give the server a kick?
  • Ing Mónica's avatar
    Hola, soy profesora de computación a nivel primaria y me gustaría agregar a profesores de nivel similar. Tengo utilizando edmodo ya con éste 2 años, elaboro exámenes, subo prácticas y utilizo la boleta de evaluación de ésta plataforma. El año pasado utilicé Scratch con alumnos de 5o. grado y les gustó, aprendieron rápido por medio de los videos de youtube. Espero usarlo éste año de nuevo con 5o. y 6o. Saludos de Bucerías, Nayarit.
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      • Borja Del Río - Este Site es el que he empezado a usar. Como verás está en paños menores pero poco a poco irá creciendo.
        A medida que vayamos haciendo cosas ya iré poniendo vídeos y demás.
        Probablemente es el tema más verde del taller, pero dale tiempo al tiempo.

        • Mar 25, 2014
      • Ms. Oubiña Falcón - Gracias.
        Al final me he puesto con el y va bien. Lo use con el scratch y esta atractivo.
        Un saludo y gracias

        • Mar 25, 2014
      • Mrs. Costello - Does Scratch allow you to create usernames and passwords for students?

        • Feb 18, 2014
      • Mrs. Costello - Ok ,Thank You.

        • Feb 18, 2014
      • Mr. Fritz - It's useful to create a studio and add the students to the studio. That way when they finish a program they can add it to the studio and you and all the students can find it easily.

        • Feb 20, 2014
      • Mrs. Burkes - How do I add a studio?

        • Apr 7, 2014
      • Mr. Sexton - I wanted to use your platform for a summer school program teaching 3rd-5th and middle school. We will have 1hour a day mon-Thursday for two weeks. Any suggestions, cost teacher plans?

        • Feb 12, 2014
      • Mr. Jones - Good morning! Here are some excellent, free Scratch teaching resources that people have shared with me in the past. Thought I would return the favor.

      • Mrs. Lemons - Thanks

        • Feb 12, 2014
      • Mrs. Wahrman - Nice! Thank you!

        • Feb 12, 2014
      • Mr. McGill - In Scratch, Is there an easy way to move a sprite up instead of across? We are working on animating sprites and the move only moves side to side. If you have a bird and want it to move up instead, how can you do that while showing the animation so it looks like it is flying up?

        • Feb 11, 2014
      • Mr. McGill - Thanks, I also figure out if you go in the blue I for the sprite and click on the period, next to the half circle and the line, it will work also.

        • Feb 11, 2014
    • Mr. Williams - I know - it stops the sprite from rotating

      • Feb 11, 2014
  • Mrs. Costello's avatar
    Does Scratch allow you to create usernames and passwords for students?
    • Mrs. Costello - Ok ,Thank You.

      • Feb 18, 2014
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      • Mr. Fritz - It's useful to create a studio and add the students to the studio. That way when they finish a program they can add it to the studio and you and all the students can find it easily.

        • Feb 20, 2014
      • Mrs. Burkes - How do I add a studio?

        • Apr 7, 2014
    • Mr. Sexton - I wanted to use your platform for a summer school program teaching 3rd-5th and middle school. We will have 1hour a day mon-Thursday for two weeks. Any suggestions, cost teacher plans?

      • Feb 12, 2014
  • Mr. Sexton's avatar
    I wanted to use your platform for a summer school program teaching 3rd-5th and middle school. We will have 1hour a day mon-Thursday for two weeks. Any suggestions, cost teacher plans?
  • Mr. Jones's avatar
    Good morning! Here are some excellent, free Scratch teaching resources that people have shared with me in the past. Thought I would return the favor.
  • Mr. McGill's avatar
    In Scratch, Is there an easy way to move a sprite up instead of across? We are working on animating sprites and the move only moves side to side. If you have a bird and want it to move up instead, how can you do that while showing the animation so it looks like it is flying up?
    • Mr. McGill - Thanks, I also figure out if you go in the blue I for the sprite and click on the period, next to the half circle and the line, it will work also.

      • Feb 11, 2014
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      • Mr. Williams - I know - it stops the sprite from rotating

        • Feb 11, 2014
      • Ms. Flanagan - Right in the same area, where you can choose to either "left-right flip" your sprite or "rotate" your sprite, there is a blue line coming out of the sprite like a radius. Look closely...it's small and thin. Grab it and give it a twist, this will change the movement direction of your sprite. Make the line vertical and your sprite will move up and down instead of side to side.

        • Apr 8, 2014
    • Mrs. Donovan - I want to remove a project from a studio. How do you do that?

      • Feb 7, 2014
  • Mrs. Donovan's avatar
    I want to remove a project from a studio. How do you do that?
    • Doris Spencer - go to the studio and on the project you should see delete

      • Feb 7, 2014
  • Mr. Παπαδόπουλος's avatar
    Any ideas for 1st or/and second lesson in Scratch for 13 years old students?
  • Mrs. Stavrinou 's avatar
    Does anyone has any good exercises about scratch for my 13 years old sudents?
    • Mrs. Bakamitsou - 2)Δημιουργήστε πρόγραμμα που να δείχνει την κίνηση δύο αυτοκινήτων στην περίμετρο της οθόνης του Scratch. Tο πρόγραμμά σας θα ξεκινάει με μια αρχική οθόνη που θα την σχεδιάσετε χρησιμοποιώντας τα εργαλεία σχεδίασης σκηνικό->υπόβαθρο->ζωγραφική.(Για αυτοκίνητα μπορείτε να επιλέξετε εσείς όποια νομίζετε κατάλληλα.) Όταν more...
      • Jan 22, 2014
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      • Mrs. Ryner - If you register on this website there are quite a few activities that I have used with my classes. I especially like the DeBug projects and the 10 Block Activities. https://creative-computing.appspot.com/course

        • Jan 22, 2014
      • Mrs. Stavrinou - Thanks a lot for your help!!!!

        • Jan 23, 2014
      • Mr. Bernstein - Does anyone or any teacher out there have any test or quizzes about Scratch? Or even small projects students can do to showcase their knowledge with Scratch? Please help if yes!

        • Jan 20, 2014
    • Mrs. Ryner - https://creative-computing.appspot.com/course
      This website has some things you might be able to use. You need to register first, but it is free!

      • Jan 22, 2014
  • Mr. Bernstein's avatar
    Does anyone or any teacher out there have any test or quizzes about Scratch? Or even small projects students can do to showcase their knowledge with Scratch? Please help if yes!
    • Mrs. Ryner - https://creative-computing.appspot.com/course
      This website has some things you might be able to use. You need to register first, but it is free!

      • Jan 22, 2014
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      • Scratch - Have you seen the Debug-Its? They are buggy Scratch projects that you can give students to solve. It's a great way to start a discussion about debugging strategies. - http://scratched.media.mit.edu/resources/debu...

        • Jan 22, 2014
      • Mr. Bernstein - Thank you everyone for the great resouces!

        • Jan 23, 2014
      • Dr. Raphael - Has there been any development on the HTML5 viewer for scratch projects? My students are very interested in finding ways that they can view their applications on ios devices. Any thoughts/strategies? thanks!

        • Jan 17, 2014
      • Scratch - The Scratch Team was seeking contributors to help develop the HTML5 Scratch player. You can learn more in this Scratch discussion forum. - http://scratch.mit.edu/discuss/topic/19132/

        • Jan 22, 2014
    • Mr. Frichtl - Does anyone know how (the best way) to have your students turn in/share their projects with you (the teacher)?

      • Jan 8, 2014
  • Dr. Raphael's avatar
    Has there been any development on the HTML5 viewer for scratch projects? My students are very interested in finding ways that they can view their applications on ios devices. Any thoughts/strategies? thanks!
  • Mr. Frichtl's avatar
    Does anyone know how (the best way) to have your students turn in/share their projects with you (the teacher)?
  • Ms. Blaszczynski's avatar
    Does anyone know of any college courses that use Scratch?
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Scratch is a programming language for young people to create diverse computational media such as video games, animated stories, or interactive art.

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