She actively cheap ray bans promotes the italian and international network of free coding club for kids.
Working as a primary school teacher at the Alfieri Lante della Rovere Institute in Rome, Italy, she is passionate about Scratch and the theory of the 4P.
She cooperates with the italian Digital Champion and is involved in many public italian events for the promotion of creative coding and the responsible use of the Internet (no-bullying initiatives, online reputation, creative use of social networks).
She is also working on projects to cheap football jerseys build creative and social enviroments for italian educators and teachers.
After ten years in the very arty scene of independent music publishing with Staalplaat and ten years in more down to earth planning and logistics at Nederlandse Spoorwegen I’m committed to extend Dutch (primary) education with the beauty and joy of computing. Scratch, the family sharing ideas on learning, helps me a lot. Among the other allies are CSunplugged and Computing at school.
For 35 years Cobie (@hetdigilab) was a teacher in primary schools. 5 years ago, she started her own company Digitaal Laboratorium and started animated learning. Her motto: “You’ve learned something really good if you can explain it to another person”.
Cobie does workshops, clinics, lessons, and project support for pupils, students and adults on location. Participants work together in small groups with analogue and digital tools to share their ideas, experiences and lessons learned. This usually results in stop-motion animations or Scratch Projects.
Jens Mönig (@moenig) is a family man who is currently working as a research expert for SAP and is developing Snap!, which is a Scratch variant in use at universities worldwide, e.g. to teach the course The beauty and joy of computing at Berkeley. Jens and Scratch, it’s kind of a love story.
Susan Ettenheim teaches at Eleanor Roosevelt High School, where she is responsible for the technology (ERHS is the first New York City public school to have free wireless for personal mobile devices in school, BYOD) and teaches art, animation and digital photography. She is a Google Certified Innovator and Trainer and worked on building many different types of online communities before becoming a teacher.
Susan has followed Scratch from the beginning and has learned along with her students and from the amazing ScratchEd community for years, becoming more and more committed to the power of teaching students to code to empower them to express themselves online.
Margaret Low (@megjlow) is a Principal Teaching Fellow at the University of Warwick, where she teaches Computer Programming, Automation, and more. She is also Widening Participation officer and founded Warwick Technology Volunteers, encouraging students “to become creators”.
Samir Saidani (@SamirSaidani) founded Junior Studio, where he now works as a consultant and trainer. Junior Studio is a learning environment that uses Scratch and other free tools to give kids a “just-in time learning experience”.
Two years ago, Claude Terosier (@EtClaude) founded Magic Makers, a start-up that allows kids to “switch from being a digital consumer to becoming a digital actor”. In Claude’s hands, Scratch becomes a way to perform magic.