In the latest episode of our podcast, We Make The Future, we explore the world of Scratch visual programming.
If you’re a primary or elementary school teacher, or even early years of high school, you probably do a bit of visual coding in your classrooms. And chances are you’re using the programming language Scratch.
And so with version 3 of the Scratch being released at the start of 2019, we thought it was high time to hear more about not only what you can do with it, but crucially, how the Scratch Education community supports teachers in the classroom.
So in this episode, we meet Karen Brennan, an Associate Professor at Harvard University, whose work is situated at the intersection of computing, communities, and constructionism. Have a listen to find out more.