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Rick Bush 24h
Looking for a place to learn & share the latest with - join us this weekend at HQ!!! RSVP:
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Scratch Team Jan 22
Want to connect with Scratch educators from around the world? Check out Teaching with Scratch, a Facebook Group managed by our friends at . It's a space to share ideas, questions, and resources related to teaching with Scratch!
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Mitchel Resnick Jan 22
Proposals for this summer's Scratch@MIT conference are due two weeks from today (on Feb 5)! Submit proposals for workshops, posters, panels, and ignite talks at
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Haruna Hosokawa Jan 18
teachers! Join and for a fun workshop on Feb 7. No experience necessary! Sign up at .
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Deaf Tech Foundation Jan 16
Scratch isn’t just a good introduction to programming; For us it is a tool to unleash the and the of the Deaf-child! Its the voice our kids use to express themselves!
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ScratchEd Team Jan 17
Hi ! Currently, this isn’t a feature of teacher accounts. Our friends on the MIT Team manage these accounts—you may wish to reach out to them with further questions!
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ScratchCatalà Jan 13
Dissabte vinent participa en la 1a trobada de l'any! Mira el vídeo-resum del 2017:
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ShawnPatrickHiggins Jan 12
🔥 Super pumped for our NEXT in two weeks!!! 🧡🧠💡 and , oh my 🤓 Sign up & join!
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ScratchEd Team Jan 12
Due to weather, the Boston at the has been cancelled for tomorrow, January 13. We’ll see you at the next meetup on February 10!
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ScratchEd Team Jan 9
We're hoping to put together a collection of projects and ideas that educators can use in their classrooms in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day! Have you used Scratch to celebrate and/or reflect on this day with your students?
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ScratchEd Team Jan 8
Want to attend a in the new year? Find your location and RSVP on ! *Boston, MA* January 13th *Washington DC* January 13th *Richmond, Virginia* January 17th
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ScratchEd Team Dec 20
Wishing you a playful and creative holiday! We will be away until Tuesday, January 2nd—see you in 2018!
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ScratchEd Team Dec 18
Each unit of the Creative Computing Curriculum Guide has a “Debug It!” lesson. Check them out here:
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ScratchCatalà Dec 16
Comença l’ de desembre: som-hi!
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ScratchEd Team Dec 11
Did you miss one of the letters to the community from our amazing guest writers? You can find all seven letters here!
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Pau Nin Dec 9
Dissabte vinent participa a la trobada ! > és gratuïta i oberta a tothom > no només parlem de Scratch, també robots > qualsevol etapa i context > coneixeràs educadors i intercanviarem opinions alhora que esmorzem > a Sants, ben comunicat!
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ScratchEd Team Dec 10
In her letter to the community, asks: How will you keep the magic of creative computing alive all year long? Respond with and with your commitments!
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ScratchEd Team Dec 10
"Nurturing the culture of creative computing includes keeping the magic alive for our teachers." Today, reflects on ways to support beyond !
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Danielle Bodley Dec 9
It’s all about knowing your students, offering specific praise and rewards for efforts and the journey to the final product. Share your own experiences of learning something new and the pride you felt in making small steps towards your goal.
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ScratchEd Team Dec 9
In today's letter to the community, gives examples of how the team works to amplify student voice in and outside of the classroom. How do you amplify your students' voices?
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