Scratch in Practice (also known as SiP) is a series released each month with a unique theme. It is organized by the Scratch Team and is meant for educators around the world. It was created on January 25, 2019.[1]. The main site was created on February 1, 2019.[2]

Purpose

The goal of Scratch In Practice is to help educators incorporate Scratch into their curriculum in a friendly and creative way. Every month, the Scratch Team will share ideas and resources with teachers and educators around the world.[3]

Past Themes

February

This month, we're talking about ways to help students get started with Scratch.

Workshop

Animate a Character
Here's a fun and easy way to help students start creating with Scratch.
https://sip.scratch.mit.edu/guides/animation/

Video

Minute with Mitch
“Make sure that kids have the time and space to experiment, explore, and express themselves.”
https://sip.scratch.mit.edu?wvideo=w7ml0q8rri

Blog Post

Natalie’s Notes
Discover why the Scratch Team encourages starting with exploration, not explanation.
https://medium.com/@scratchfndn/be76c18bd221


References

  1. https://twitter.com/scratch/status/1088854375882211328
  2. https://twitter.com/scratch/status/1091388366636097538
  3. https://sip.scratch.mit.edu/about-sip/