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Beginning Coding on Scratch

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This class will introduce coding concepts and applications using MIT's Scratch platform. With Scratch, students can learn to code animations, stories, and games with connections to problem-solving and math concepts. 

Families should make sure children have a free Scratch account and are logged in at the start of class using the website scratch.mit.edu. Enthusiastic younger/older children are welcome, but the class is best suited for students in grades 3-5.
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Cartoon Coding on Scratch - Series 6 of 6
0 36mins May 19
Students of all ages are welcome to join this 6-class series to learn cartoon coding. Attendees will learn Scratch basics to bring stories to life through animation! Please create a free account on Scratch through the site https://scratch.mit.edu prior to class.
Cartoon Coding on Scratch - Series 5 of 6
0 31mins May 12
Students of all ages are welcome to join this 6-class series to learn cartoon coding. Attendees will learn Scratch basics to bring stories to life through animation! Please create a free account on Scratch through the site https://scratch.mit.edu prior to class.
Cartoon Coding on Scratch - Series 3 of 6
0 34mins Apr 21
Students of all ages are welcome to join this 6-class series to learn cartoon coding. Attendees will learn Scratch basics to bring stories to life through animation! Please create a free account on Scratch through the site https://scratch.mit.edu prior to class.
Cartoon Coding on Scratch - Series 2 of 6
5 31mins Apr 14
Students of all ages are welcome to join this 6-class series to learn cartoon coding. Attendees will learn Scratch basics to bring stories to life through animation! Please create a free account on Scratch through the site https://scratch.mit.edu prior to class.
Cartoon Coding on Scratch - Series 1 of 6
0 27mins Apr 7
Students of all ages are welcome to join this 6-class series to learn cartoon coding. Attendees will learn Scratch basics to bring stories to life through animation! Please create a free account on Scratch through the site https://scratch.mit.edu prior to class.
Beginning Math through Video Game Coding for kids 8 - 18 of age
32 34mins Feb 3
Beginning Math through Video Game Coding for kids 8 - 18 of age
3 38mins Jan 27
Beginning Math through Video Game Coding for kids 8 - 18 of age
0 33mins Jan 13
Beginning Math through Video Game Coding for kids 8 - 18 of age
0 30mins Dec 16
Beginning Math through Video Game Coding for kids 8 - 18 of age
6 35mins Dec 9
Beginning Math through Video Game Coding for kids 8 - 18 of age
2 33mins Dec 2
Beginning Math through Video Game Coding for kids 8 - 18 of age
9 31mins Oct 28
Beginning Coding on Scratch
29 30mins Oct 21
Beginning Coding on Scratch
0 30mins Oct 14
Beginning Coding on Scratch
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Beginning Coding on Scratch
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Beginning Coding on Scratch
25 30mins Sep 16
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Cartoon Coding on Scratch - Series 6 of 6
Students of all ages are welcome to join this 6-class series to learn cartoon coding. Attendees will learn Scratch basics to bring stories to life through animation! Please create a free account on Scratch through the site https://scratch.mit.edu prior to class.
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Laura Montague
Seasoned educator from the Avenues New York campus. With almost a decade of experience teaching elementary-aged students in both domestic and international settings, she brings global and solution-oriented lenses to her practice as a teacher and mentor. She prioritizes positive and enthusiastic student-centered learning experiences when fostering understandings and building relationships. Most recently, Laura collaborated with Learning Experience Designers to cultivate service-based learning partnerships with local animal shelters, where students used design-thinking practices to prototype, construct, test, and finalize original dog and cat toys to donate to the shelter. Similarly, other students served the ARF organization by researching and implementing advertising campaigns with Scratch! coding platform to aid the most vulnerable shelter animals. The experience was highly engaging and an organic application of modern day best-practice teaching strategies for twenty-first century skills.