Thursday, February 25, 2016

Some educational program ideas to try creating using Scratch...

  • Rounding off any number to any place values/decimal places
  • Reduction of fractions to lowest term

Some authentic problems in daily-life: 
  • An intelligent lift system
  • An improved traffic light system that uses sensors to shorten the wait time for pedestrian crossing the road.

try this...

Thursday, February 18, 2016

Term 1 Week 7 (19/2/2016): Edit and make a game with Scratch! (continued) (Part6)

[0830] Attendance-taking 
[0835] Address by Mr Chang:
  • Upcoming competitions
  • Ryan Tan's sharing
  • Showcasing:
    • Posts on Feb 16 & Feb 12
  • New seating arrangement [by Mdm Suryana & Mrs Ong]
[0900] Modify!!! (by InfoComm members):
[0945] Journal/Reflection (by InfoComm members):
[0955] Conclusion (by Mr Chang & Mdm Suryana)

[1000] Recess

Robofest cum STEM Conference 2016


Mr Chang C.L.

Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Presenting... A Scratch Program that calculates PSLE aggregate score :)

I have created a Scratch Program that calculates pseudo-PSLE aggregate score!

Se, Sc, Sm, Ss --- Pupils' scores for English, Chinese, Math and Science
Ae, Ac, Am, As --- Average score for English, Chinese, Math and Science
SDe, SDc, SDm, SDs --- Standard Deviation for English, Chinese, Math and Science

The average and SD values are based on last year's P5 SA2 results.

Click on   Se, Sc, Sm, and Ss   to key in pupils' scores (eg. 50 marks, 70 marks, 100 marks) and let pupils see what kind of PSLE results they will get.  :)

Have fun!

Thursday, February 11, 2016

Term 1 Week 6 (12/2/2016): Make CNY season's greetings with Scratch! (continued) (Part5)

[0830] Attendance-taking 
[0835] Address by Mr Chang:
[0900] Modify!!! (by InfoComm members):
  • Get information about yusheng here:
  • Do a Scratch program that allows user to hover over content and the explanation of significance will appear.
[0945] Journal/Reflection (by InfoComm members):
[0955] Conclusion (by Mr Chang & Mdm Suryana)

[1000] Recess

Saturday, February 6, 2016

FAQs on Scratch

What is Scratch, and what can I do with it?

Scratch is a programming language and online community where you can create your own interactive stories, games, and animations -- and share your creations with others around the world. In the process of designing and programming Scratch projects, young people learn to think creatively, reason systematically, and work collaboratively.To learn more about Scratch, check out the About Scratch page.

Sent from my iPad(Air)

What's New in 2.0? - Scratch

What's New in 2.0? - Scratch

What's New in Scratch 2.0?

Welcome to a new generation of Scratch! With Scratch 2.0, you can create new types of projects, work together in new ways, and learn new things in the process.

Scratch 2.0 allows you to create, edit, and view projects directly in your web browser. (You no longer have to download or upload projects or install any software.)

Here are some of the new features in Scratch 2.0.

Project Editor

  • Click Create to make a new project.
  • Your project will automatically save as you work on it (if you're logged in).
  • When you create a project, you are the only one who can see it. After you share it, anyone can see and remix it.
  • The new paint editor includes vector graphics so that images can scale to different sizes without getting jagged.
  • Your Backpack lets you copy and move sprites, costumes, backdrops, and scripts from any project to another. If you're logged in, you can open your Backpack inside any project (it's at the bottom of the screen).
  • You can use the webcam on your computer to interact with projects by moving your hands or body.
  • You can now make your own programming blocks.
  • Use clone blocks in your scripts to make copies of sprites.
  • Store numbers in cloud variables to create surveys and other projects.
  • Find out more about the new Scratch blocks.
  • You can see and manage all your projects in My Stuff .

Community Features

  • On the home page, you can see what others have shared recently and scroll to see many more projects.
  • When viewing a project, click to see how it works and experiment with the code.
  • Inside any project, click to save your own version and make changes. After you share it, the project page will highlight the original creators and links to their projects.
  • Discover interesting projects by clicking on the Related Projects bar at the bottom of any project page.
  • Click your username or icon to go to your Profile page, where you can feature one of your projects and tell others what you're working on.
  • People can post comments on your Profile page and your Scratch account to see updates.
  • Galleries are now called Studios, and can be curated by you and others you invite.
  • The Search features lets you find and preview projects more easily.

Planned for Summer 2013

  • Download an off-line version of the Scratch project editor to use without an Internet connection
  • Connect to external devices with new Scratch extensions (including LEGO WeDo and the ScratchBoard)

Sent from my iPad(Air)

Thursday, February 4, 2016

Term 1 Week 5 (5/2/2016): Make CNY season's greetings with Scratch! (Part4)

[0830] Attendance-taking 
[0835] Address by Mr Chang:
    • Firstly, here's wishing all InfoComm members a Happy Chinese New Year! 祝大家 身体健康,学业进步!

    [0900] Create a CNY seasons greetings from Scratch 1.4 (by InfoComm members):
    [0945] Journal/Reflection (by InfoComm members):
    [0955] Conclusion (by Mr Chang & Mdm Suryana)

    [1000] Recess