Who’s ready to code? Coding can be used for many amazing things! Scratch, built and supported by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), can create comics, games, stories, and animations. Artwork and recorded audio can be imported into Scratch as well as many other images and sound effects found in the Scratch libraries. Already creating awesome things in Scratch but want to learn more amazing code? Experienced users will have the opportunity to focus and learn more about their areas of interests! Students will work on daily coding lessons to learn the wide variety of possibilities that Scratch has to offer. They will also be able to view their classmates’ projects and practice giving and receiving positive, productive feedback.
Coding With Scratch
About Online ExplorSchool
For Students In Grades 5 – 7
MITY’s Online ExplorSchool provides bright students with the opportunity to explore a topic of interest with similarly motivated peers. The goal is to keep students challenged and engaged as they build, create, and solve real world problems. Each class features a variety of activities that take students away from a screen as they use their hands to design and construct. Importantly, students also have opportunities to socialize with their peers through non-academic activities.