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Supporting STEM Skills with Scratch

by Educator, Author, Digital Storyteller, International Learning Consultant at Speed of Creativity Learning LLC on Jul 08, 2011

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These are resources for Wesley Fryer's "Support STEM Skills with Scratch" presentation at the Innovations 2011 Conference in Oklahoma City on July 8, 2011, sponsored by the Oklahoma State Department ...

These are resources for Wesley Fryer's "Support STEM Skills with Scratch" presentation at the Innovations 2011 Conference in Oklahoma City on July 8, 2011, sponsored by the Oklahoma State Department of Education.

How are you supporting the development of problem solving skills, creativity, and computational thinking skills in your school today? Scratch software (scratch.mit.edu) is free software from MIT which can be used by students and teachers to create animations, games, simulations, music, art, stories, and more. In this session we'll explore Scratch software, watch and learn from some exemplary student projects, and discuss how you can get started using Scratch with students today.

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