Projects and Resources
We conduct research and outreach activities with K–12 teachers to broaden participation in computing, enabling a wider range of young people to imagine themselves as computational creators.
In the ScratchEd online community, tens of thousands of educators from around the world share stories, exchange resources, ask questions, and find events to support Scratch in K-12 classrooms.
Through our growing network of meetups, thousands of Scratch educators around the world learn with and from each other at in-person, monthly gatherings, hosted by organizers who are supported by our hub at HGSE.
Our most popular resource is a scaffolded curriculum, adaptable across grades and subjects. The guide has been downloaded more than 58,000 times and translated into 12 languages since August 2014.
This site and its collection of instruments are designed for K-12 educators and researchers interested in supporting and assessing the development of computational thinking through programming.