Why Scratch Coding is Important for School Curriculum development?

Discover why scratch coding is essential for school curriculum development, fostering creativity and critical thinking in students of all ages.

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The NESA Statement of Equity Principles highlights the importance of developing a range of capabilities to prepare students for success in the 21st century.

The Melbourne Declaration underscores the significance of general capabilities such as ethical understanding and personal and social capabilities in the school curriculum.

Incorporating these capabilities and priorities into the curriculum enriches students' learning experiences and prepares them for a globalized world.

Scratch coding offers a unique opportunity to integrate project-based and challenge-based learning into everyday schooling.

Coding fosters essential skills such as critical thinking, problem-solving, and collaboration—skills crucial for success in the digital age.

Making scratch coding compulsory in the curriculum enables students to develop 21st-century skills while learning to code.

By embracing scratch coding, schools cultivate a generation of innovative thinkers and problem solvers ready to tackle future challenges.

Integrating scratch coding into school curriculum development empowers students to thrive in a rapidly changing society.

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