The Scratch Disruption: Video Game Design with Scratch

Sophie Idromenos promotes computer science as a core skill & helps educators integrate technology into their curriculum, through individual training as well as numerous workshops given across NY/NJ. Sophie has a Bachelor’s in Art & a Master’s in Computer Science, both with a specialization in computer graphics. Originally an art teacher, she became the lead technology teacher for dyslexic & autistic students, grades 1st -12th at a private school, all the while building a “state-of-the-art” technology curriculum rivaling that of public schools. Prior to this, she worked as a teaching/research assistant, and instructional technologist in a university. However, her knowledge extends beyond academia to the IT field, where she worked as a graphic/web designer/developer with an emphasis on user-interface design & user-experience. Please feel free to contact her at

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