MIT Media Lab Selects OHO for Scratch-Ed Web Project

February 18, 2009

The Scratch project at the MIT Media Lab has selected OHO to develop a new community web site for educators. Scratch is a new programming language that enables people to easily construct a wide variety of interactive projects. These projects can be shared on the Scratch site. It is focused on helping young people age 8 and up develop mathematical, computational, reasoning and problem solving skills.

The new web site will provide a dedicated space for teachers and educators to collaborate, share curriculum, and develop a virtual network. It will be developed using the open-source CMS Drupal.

Scratch software can be downloaded here: http://scratch.mit.edu/
 

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