Our Scratch Project


Scratch is a programming environment for making games, animations, stories, music and art. Scratch can be downloaded for free and Scratch projects can be shared on the official website. This wiki is about our experience of learning and teaching Scratch in a small group.


Learn more about this project

Scratch can be used for:



games
animations
storytelling
simulations
interactive projects
graphic designs
music projects


Links to Scratch websites


Official Scratch Site
Scratch has been developed by the Lifelong Kindergarten group at the MIT Media Lab, in collaboration with the UCLA Graduate School of Education and Information Studies. This is the official website and includes free downloads, technical support, projects, galleries, and forums. Projects can be shared by uploading to this site.

Learn Scratch
This website for students and teachers who want to learn Scratch has been developed by academics, students and staff members of the La Salle Schools and Universities. The mission of the La Salle Schools and Universities is to serve their students, especially those in greater economic need, through quality education, and they teach over 900,000 students in 80 countries around the world.

Scratch Resources
Created by a Scratch user to share resources - sprites, sounds, tutorials and a forum.

A moodle course for Scratch
Created by Darrel Branson, ICT Educator for the Sunraysia Mallee Schools Network

Classroom 2.0 wiki
A wiki about all types of ICT technologies in education including Scratch.