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Jason Reed May 17
Game showcase day! Can’t keep them in their chairs, but that’s ok. “Play mine” “Put mine on the big screen!” “You can’t beat mine!!”
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Martin McGauran May 17
First Meetup done and dusted in . Loved the learning, connections and questions. Bring on our next gathering!
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ScratchEd Team May 16
Educator Shelly H speaks of the value of sharing as a learning practice: “I like to have a sharing session at the end of every couple classes so they get ideas from each other." Discover more inspiration and advice from Scratch Educators:
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Families Learning Together May 15
Join us in San Marcos for our first Scratch Educator Meetup! Explore Scratch for teachers. New members welcome! via
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Jason Reed May 11
Moment of Friday bliss: Most days I'm watching screens to catch them on FortNite videos. Today I just got watch a room full of game designers at work! Love seeing what they dream up!
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Danielle Washburn, Ed.S Apr 26
1st Louisville was a success! Over 40 Educators in attendance! Educators experienced WeDo 2.0. Teachers personalized their learning!
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ScratchEd Team May 10
Australia’s first is on May 17th!
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ScratchEd Team May 8
Happy ! We love this collection of projects dedicated to teachers: Teachers, thank you for sharing the joy of with students today and every day!
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ScratchEd Team May 3
Hi Vicky! Here is the survey link for the LA
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ScratchEd Team May 2
We had a great time learning from educators who support at tonight's chat! In case you missed it, a recap of the chat will be available at:
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ScratchEd Team May 2
Replying to @MercedHoover
Hi , we'd love to talk to you about a Central Valley ! You can e-mail us at: scratched@gse.harvard.edu
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ScratchEd Team May 2
A6: Educators looking for content integration inspiration might appreciate this recap of our "Scratch Across Every Subject" series!
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ScratchEd Team May 2
in response to Q6: How can we integrate into content areas?
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ScratchEd Team May 2
That sounds amazing! We'd love to see any teaching materials you created, or links to students' projects!
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ScratchEd Team May 2
A5: We love ! has a great video on the practice:
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Julia Ross-Kleinmann May 2
A4. helping educators realize that they do not need to know everything to get kids started. And that their are many resources to help them out.
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Karen Brennan May 2
Replying to @VisionsByVicky
A4: Supporting creative work in CS (actually, in any) classes can be intimidating! (As one of my students recently wrote, "it can be both beautiful and terrible.") We can overcome the intimidation through supportive PLCs, fabulous resources, and thoughtful fearlessness!
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ScratchEd Team May 2
We love this project idea, ! Earlier this year, shared advice for educators based on his experience doing a similar project:
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ScratchEd Team May 2
Educators are sharing some great ideas for extending into the physical world in response to chat Q3: How can we extend Scratch beyond the basics to include things like custom blocks, video sensing, physical computing, ScratchX extensions, etc.?
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Karen Brennan May 2
Replying to @VisionsByVicky
A2: Projects are such a *motivating* context for developing familiarity and fluency with computational concepts. Mitch Resnick has a great story about this, which we feature in the HGSE Creative Computing Curriculum Guide (image attached). Guide at:
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