RVA Scratch Ed Meetup at The Community Idea Stations

Wednesday, 24 October, 2018

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What's a Scratch Educator Meetup?

Scratch: a free tool (http://www.scratch.mit.edu/) for exploring computational creativity by programming interactive media (like stories, games, animations, and simulations) and sharing those creations with others online, used by millions of people all around the world.

Scratch Educator: a teacher who wants to support computational creativity in the classroom and beyond, helping learners—from elementary school to high school, across curricular areas and settings—imagine, program, and share with Scratch

Scratch Educator Meetup: a gathering of Scratch Educators who want to learn with and from each other, sharing their ideas and strategies for supporting computational creativity in all its forms

ScratchEd Meetups are peer-designed professional learning experiences inspired by the un-conference model. This means that at any given event, you decide what your learning looks like! At a Meetup, you can share, create, and learn with other educators who are also passionate about teaching with Scratch in the classroom. Anyone who is interested in connecting with fellow educators and learning more about using Scratch in educational settings is welcome to participate.

Want to join in the fun? Register here!

Cost

Free

Venue

The Community Idea Stations
23 Sesame Street
Richmond, VA 23235

Event Contact

Christopher Lee

Phone: 8045608236
Website: Click to Visit

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