How to Make Your First Scratch Program

Introduction: With an account in hand, it is time to sign in to Scratch and create your very first program. When you are done with this tutorial, you’ll be able to create an awesome first project that you’ll want to share with your friends and family. Audience: cratch is intended to be easy enough forContinue reading “How to Make Your First Scratch Program”

Getting Started with Scratch 3.0

What is Scratch? Scratch is a programming language developed by the folks over at MIT. It is a great way to introduce students into computer programming. Scratch uses a graphical interface which makes it fun and simple to learn real programming concepts. The platform is well documented and there are hundreds of tutorials showcasing allContinue reading “Getting Started with Scratch 3.0”

Observe, Help and Report using micro:bit classroom

Today we are going to look into the Student code page and what it provides for the teacher/instructor hosting the micro:bit classroom. In this section you will be able to see all your student’s work in almost real time. What does it mean to look at the work “near real time?” Well this means youContinue reading “Observe, Help and Report using micro:bit classroom”

micro:bit Student’s Perspective

Let look into detail at what students will see when they enter the URL you provide them. Remember to provide the students with the Classroom name and PIN as well. Note that the teacher/instructor session has to be active for the students to be able to enter the classroom. The student will enter the detailsContinue reading “micro:bit Student’s Perspective”

micro:bit Build Your Classroom

If you are interested in teaching your students how to code using hardware or simulated hardware, you have come to the right place. Here, we are going to show you how to get started with building out your own micro:bit classroom. This classroom is going enable you to assign projects and code to your students.Continue reading “micro:bit Build Your Classroom”