• ICT Skills and Integration
  • STEM
  • Technologies

Scratch in the Classroom

PL # 12562.


Starting on 27 Mar 2020
Cancellation permitted until 24/03/2020

Event registrations closed on 27/03/2020


This workshop is for educators who wish to develop their confidence and expertise using Scratch in their classroom. It will include an overview of basic coding concepts that will be used in the hands-on creation of Scratch projects for the classroom. You will get the chance to develop your own projects and explore projects which have been made by other users. The workshop will highlight the links to the Digital Technologies Curriculum. 

Scratch is a powerful coding program that can be used to create digital tools and projects for student and teacher use. This workshop aims to highlight how Scratch can be used in the classroom from a teaching and learning point of view. 

The day will include plenty of opportunities to learn the basic functions of coding, explore the potential of Scratch and create some projects for you to use in your classroom. This workshop would be most beneficial for educators who wish to develop their understanding of coding concepts, integrate ICT into their classroom and explore the possibilities of using Scratch as a teaching and learning tool. 


Simon Fittock (AISWA Staff)

Technologies Consultant

Simon specialises in the curricular area of Technologies and STEM. He holds a Master of Education by Research degree from Edith Cowan University in the field of educational leadership. Simon has a keen interest in educational practice and has professional experience in Australia and abroad. He has developed his expertise through work as a teacher, researcher and teaching and learning consultant. 



Scratch in the Classroom

Date / Time

Starts: 08:30
Finishes: 15:00


AISWA Seminar Room (First Floor)
Suite 5, 41 Walters Drive
Osborne Park WA 6017


Parking bays are available on Walters Drive (max. fee is $5.00 p/day). Alternatively, public transport is available via train & bus: Joondalup Line – Stop at Glendalough Station. Bus transfers: Bus no. 407, Bus stop: 25350

Location Specifics

Morning tea and lunch will be provided. It is recommended that you bring your own laptop device to the workshop, although, there will be Microsoft Surface Pros available to borrow. In preparation, it would be beneficial if you could register for a Scratch Educators Account by following the steps on this page: scratch.mit.edu/educators/register . It may take a couple of days for Scratch to approve your Educators Account.

Learning Area

  • ICT Skills and Integration
  • STEM
  • Technologies

School Area

  • Early Childhood (PK - 2)
  • Primary (P-6)
  • Middle Primary (3-6)

Event Contact

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