Developers at MIT Media Lab are gearing up to release a new version of Scratch that works on mobile devices, can be integrated with physical objects, and that is lighter and faster.

Source: MIT’s Scratch Program Is Evolving For Greater, More Mobile Creativity | MindShift | KQED News

The block programming of Scratch is used a lot today, for example, the micro:bit editor looks and works very much like Scratch. This familiarity helps student’s pick up different projects on different platforms.

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