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, the revolutionary, easy to use programming language for kids from the
Lifelong Kindergarten Group at MIT Media Lab?
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This is a limited edition print of the first section (Tools & Skills
of Scratch) and contains 36 pages of full colour, engaging projects with
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Scratch Tools & Skills
Released October 2012, this section introduces Scratch and how the Scratch
editor is used.
This section is 36 pages of full colour, detailed Scratch projects with
easy to understand explanations and guides. A must for any teacher introducing
computer programming for a class (ages 8 and up).
Seamus O'Neill is a primary teacher and the co-author of Mathemagic, the
popular maths textbook for primary schools. He is a computer programmer
and he tutors teachers in Scratch programming in Navan Education Centre.
You can contact Seamus on
Stephen Howell is a Computing lecturer with the Institute of Technology
Tallaght where he lectures on Interactive Media & Software Development.
You can contact Stephen on
Numeracy with Scratch
This section, 'Numeracy with Scratch' (provisional title) deals with teaching
and learning mathematics with Scratch.
This section will be published in Spring 2013 and is being developed and
written by Seamus O'Neill, co-author of the best selling Mathemagic textbooks.
This section, 'Computational Thinking' (provisional title) introduces
and explores the higher level logical thinking and programming skills using
This section will be published Spring 2013 and is being developed and
written by Stephen Howell, author of Kinect2Scratch.
Scratch Legal Info
Scratch Copyright (c) 2009 Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Scratch
is developed by the Lifelong Kindergarten group at the MIT Media Lab. See
http://scratch.mit.edu The Scratch logo and the Scratch cat are trademarks