Suggested Lesson Plan for Your First Scratch Workshop

Goal #2
Help students find and follow the Henry Cluster Scratch Studio.

This is the second page of the suggested lesson plan for your first Scratch Workshop. Links to the other pages in this suggested lesson plan are at the bottom of this one.

Participants of the Henry Cluster STEMM Foundation Scratch Workshop and Competition must share their projects to the Henry Cluster Scratch Studio to be eligible to enter the Scratch Competition. Find the Search bar at the top of the screen and enter “Henry Cluster” to search for the Henry Cluster Scratch Studio.

06 Henry Cluster Search

The search results will appear. Henry Cluster Scratch Studio should be close to the top. Confirm that you have the right studio (the link below will end in 537227) and click on the link to go to the studio.

07 Find Studio

Click the “Follow” button in the upper right corner of the screen to follow the Henry Cluster Scratch Studio. As a follower of the studio, you will be able to share your projects, view other participants’ projects, and comment and discuss studio projects. Bookmark this page in the browser so you don’t have to search for it every time.

Click on the different studio tabs to see what information they contain. Check the panel on the left side of the screen for Workshop and Competition announcements and updates. Enjoy the projects, in various stages of progress, that have already been shared to the studio!

08 Follow Studio

Goal #1: Register students with the Scratch server at MIT.

Goal #3: Locate and watch the Scratch tutorial.

Goal #4: Help students create, build, save, edit, and share a project.
Goal #5: Log out, log in, and ensure students can find and open their projects and create new ones.
Goal #6: Learn how to read and respond to comments on students’ own projects, and view and comment on other projects.
Goal #7: Explore other projects, locate help resources, and browse the discussion boards on the Scratch server.