Scratch Background Information

by lalitplalitp 22 Sep 2008 17:58

A lot of thought has been put into making Scratch a creative environment for programming and general learning. You can read more about the ideas and research behind scratch at: About Scratch.


by lalitplalitp 22 Sep 2008 02:32

Kogics aims to provide:

  • A Virtual Lab containing interactive tools and games, aimed at kids in the grade 3-10 range, for playing with selected topics in Math and Physics.
  • Guided tutorials, aimed at kids in the grade 5-8 range, on basic computer programming and computer art - and their synthesis.
  • Innovative Lesson Plans built in collaboration with teachers, in order to make classroom teaching and learning more fun, interactive and linked with the world outside.
  • Essays and articles on interesting ideas and concepts in Math and Computer Science.


by lalitplalitp 21 Sep 2008 22:47

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The Craft of Living

by lalitplalitp 21 Sep 2008 14:44

We're working on figuring this one out ourselves ;)

Site Map

by lalitplalitp 20 Sep 2008 04:56

A. Learning to Program with Scratch

by lalitplalitp 15 Sep 2008 17:51

In this Excursion, we'll learn how to start programming with Scratch, a wonderful visual programming environment developed by the Lifelong Kindergarten group at the MIT Media Lab. Scratch makes it easy to create games, interactive stories, and animations. Scratch allows you to combine pictures, motion, and sound - within visual programs that you create. It also allows you to share your creations with others on the Internet. Some more information on the ideas behind Scratch is available at: Scratch Background Information.

Fun with Programming

by lalitplalitp 15 Sep 2008 16:47



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