An educational Sandbox of learning
What is Scratch?
As young people create and share Scratch projects, they learn important mathematical and computational ideas, while also learning to think creatively, reason systematically, and work collaboratively. Scratch promotes inquiry based learning, perseverance, and critical thinking.
21st Century Learning Skills
Scratch supports the 6 21st Century learning skills identified by Michael Fullan and adopted by the Peel District School board. To see how follow the link below.http://info.scratch.mit.edu/sites/infoscratch.media.mit.edu/docs/Scratch-21stCenturySkills.pdf
- Creating with Scratch, Learning with Scratch, and Programming with Scratch
A collection of one-page overviews on what and how people can create, learn and program with Scratch
- Programming Concepts in Scratch
An overview of the computational concepts and skills young people can develop by creating with Scratch
- Scratch and 21st Century Learning Skills
An overview of the learning skills young people can develop by creating with Scratch
- Learning by Designing
A brief introduction to design-based approaches to learning