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June 14, 2010

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M Tennant

Ollie,

Glad you liked the Scratch presentation. I can confirm it goes down really well with our S1-2 students in DGS. It really is amazing what they can create.

I didn't get to #LTTFHW on Friday, but managed to get to the teachmeet (#TMCOMP) afterwards. Interesting was a presentation by Ian King, PT computing at Kelso, on how he even uses scratch further up the school to teach some of the more complex algorithms at int2, higher and even advanced higher!

Can't wait for scratch 2.0!

Amanda Wilson

Ollie

Scratch is a great tool in the class - I used it with 2 classes of P4's for my hons project this year and they loved it (they did learn a bit as well though about basic programming) The ScratchEd site is a great resource i've been swapping resources with other scratch educators across the world(with some help from Karen Brennan)

Cant wait to here more about the work being done with scratch & games design(im hoping to pursue my project further at a higher level)

would also be interested in hearing if anything is planned for Scratch Day next year unfortunately it fell 3 days before my last exam this year and hopefullhy next year ill be more prepared.

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