Scratch 1.4
Programming for the young
and the young at heart
Mike Badger
Scratch
Developed by the
Lifelong Kindergarten
Group at MIT.
whoami
Increase Digital Literacy
Learn programming
Creative thinking
Logic
Troubleshooting
Like a DJ
Reusable, remix ready objects
Export / Import objects into projects
Quick results
Create
Games
Animations
Interactive stories
Multimedia Projects
Fun
Promotes tinkering
Alleviates syntax error
Accessible to young
children 8 and up
It'll make you smile
Low Floor, High Ceiling
Name Game Script
Name Game Result
Use Cases
Get your kids off the couch
Introduce young children to programming
Teach yourself programming concepts
Fun way ...
We're All Teachers
CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 www.flickr.com/photos/jaredchapman/2867929450/
Like Kindergarten
Source: Lifelong Kindergarten, MIT Media Lab
Real Programming Language
Word cloud compliments of www.wordle.net
Real Programming Language
Get Started
Install It
Alpha Linux Version
Sound issues
New Webcam support
Help out:
http://info.scratch.mit.edu/Linux_installer
Interface
Projects
Chase the Cat
Ask the Fortune Teller
Talking Head
scratch.mit.edu
Scratch Community
As of September 19, 2009
Share Projects
Imagine – Program - Share
Tutorials: scratchguide.com
Download: scratch.mit.edu
Educators: scratched.scratch.mit.edu
Contact Me
Twitter: @mike_b
Web: scratchguide.com
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    1. 1. Scratch 1.4 Programming for the young and the young at heart Mike Badger
    2. 2. Scratch Developed by the Lifelong Kindergarten Group at MIT.
    3. 3. whoami
    4. 4. Increase Digital Literacy Learn programming Creative thinking Logic Troubleshooting
    5. 5. Like a DJ Reusable, remix ready objects Export / Import objects into projects Quick results
    6. 6. Create Games Animations Interactive stories Multimedia Projects
    7. 7. Fun Promotes tinkering Alleviates syntax error Accessible to young children 8 and up It'll make you smile
    8. 8. Low Floor, High Ceiling
    9. 9. Name Game Script
    10. 10. Name Game Result
    11. 11. Use Cases Get your kids off the couch Introduce young children to programming Teach yourself programming concepts Fun way to deliver other subjects
    12. 12. We're All Teachers CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 www.flickr.com/photos/jaredchapman/2867929450/
    13. 13. Like Kindergarten Source: Lifelong Kindergarten, MIT Media Lab
    14. 14. Real Programming Language Word cloud compliments of www.wordle.net
    15. 15. Real Programming Language
    16. 16. Get Started
    17. 17. Install It
    18. 18. Alpha Linux Version Sound issues New Webcam support Help out: http://info.scratch.mit.edu/Linux_installer
    19. 19. Interface
    20. 20. Projects
    21. 21. Chase the Cat
    22. 22. Ask the Fortune Teller
    23. 23. Talking Head
    24. 24. scratch.mit.edu Scratch Community
    25. 25. As of September 19, 2009
    26. 26. Share Projects
    27. 27. Imagine – Program - Share Tutorials: scratchguide.com Download: scratch.mit.edu Educators: scratched.scratch.mit.edu
    28. 28. Contact Me Twitter: @mike_b Web: scratchguide.com

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