Scratch is a free, visual programming language primarily used in the education community by millions of first-time coding learners. Scratch can help you create your own interactive stories, games, and animations by utilizing the simple language.
Objective: After completing this course you will be able to use Scratch as a tool to introduce coding into your classroom and teach basic coding vocabulary and logic to your students.
Technological Content Knowledge:
This course provides an increased level of technological and content knowledge needed to apply technology in new ways in your classroom.
For the perfect lesson combine this with strong pedagogical practice.
The technology used in this course when implemented in a classroom lesson will allow for the completion of tasks that were previously inconceivable. This technology creates new opportunities in learning by providing innovative ways of creating, collaborating and contributing.
This course utilizes technology or teaches components of technological programs across a variety of systems, people organizations, and knowledge. Every technology tool requires a base level of understanding that can be considered part of this course. Technology as part of STEAM can be used as a tool for science, engineering and arts.
Art and Design:
This course utilizes the creative process for the purpose of designing with imagination and creative skill. Creative art skills contribute to science and engineering.
1. Getting Started
3. Sprites and Backdrops
4. Motion and Look Blocks
5. Sound and Pen Blocks
6. Data, Event, and Control Blocks
7. Using Sensing and Operator Blocks
8. Creating, Saving, and Sharing Project