Korbin Deary talks about his involvement with Scratch, a programming platform created by the Lifelong Kindergarten research group at the Lab
Scratch, a coding platform for children, was developed by the Lifelong Kindergarten group at the Media Lab in 2007.
Read a post by Mitch Resnick, who was inspired by an email exchange with Ukrainian educator Olesia Vlasii.
Website created as a rapid response to Covid-19 yields unexpected insights into what’s possible for reaching learners at a distance.
New website offers a combination of learning units, hands-on activities, and mentor guides to foster AI literacy.
We understand that now, more than ever, the democratization of online learning is crucial to the success of students all around the world.
Explore how the spread is "flattened" when more people stay at home—and modify the code to try out your own ideas and theories.
The Media Lab community brings creativity, expertise, and research to the pandemic
The ability to think and act creatively is now more important than ever before.
Alum Marina Bers on Seymour Papert, STEM, Kibo, and Scratch Jr.
SuperMe features superheroes designed by Chicago Public School students
The next generation of Scratch expands how, what, and where kids can create with code.
Over the past decade, millions of kids around the world have used Scratch to code their own interactive games, stories, animations, and mor…
Day 3 scheduleScratch@MIT is a playful gathering of educators, researchers, developers, and other members of the worldwide Scratch communit…
Day 2 scheduleScratch@MIT is a playful gathering of educators, researchers, developers, and other members of the worldwide Scratch communit…
Day 1 scheduleScratch@MIT is a playful gathering of educators, researchers, developers, and other members of the worldwide Scratch communit…
Scratch workshop in Japan introduces kids to the idea that they can be creators, not just consumers.
Scratch encourages children to find community and a lifelong interest in code.
Mitchel Resnick—on the power of Papert's ideas for learning.
"There is so much creativity in the atmosphere—you just want to be there. The space is uplifting."
Scratch is a new programming language that makes it easy to create your own interactive stories, animations, games, music, and art—and shar…
"There's this focus on engaging with the world around us, not just trying to push technology for technology's sake."
We want to empower developers to build great creative learning apps for kids.
Google is teaming up with MIT's Media Lab to create Scratch Blocks, an updated version of the kid-centric programming language.
The MIT Scratch Team shares what’s next for Scratch and what it means for the community