By Neil Rickus on Google+
Do you use Scratch to teach coding in your school? This popular tool has recently undergone a major update to make the editor completely web-based, which means you no longer need to install the software on individual machines and you’re always automatically using the latest version. You can access the new version at – http://scratch.mit.edu/
What’s really useful for beginners is the Scratch introduction guide is visible on screen directly next to the editor, meaning your pupils no longer need to wrestle with a printed manual or moving between windows.
Do you need assistance introducing programming into your school? Computing Champions can help. Our programming training for teachers introduces your staff to a range coding technologies, whereas our programming and game development workshop allows your pupils to produce exciting content while enhancing their thinking and problem solving skills.