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Before Spring Break

  1. Create (if you don't already have one) a Twitter account (free) which you can use on Screenr for screencasting.
  2. Create your final (3rd) scratch project and share it on the Scratch website, following our final Scratch Assessment Rubric.
  3. Write and share a post on our class blog (for your section) which links to your FINAL shared project on the Scratch website AND includes a reflection on what you learned during your entire Scratch project experience. (All 3 projects) Also include links in your post to your 1st and 2nd Scratch project reflections
    1. 9 am class (section 20449) - t4tspring2011.edublogs.org
    2. 11 am class (section 20448) - kidblog.org/T4TSpring2011Fryer
  4. Submit the link to your Final Scratch Project reflection on WebCT NLT (no later than) midnight, Friday March 11, 2011.

By the END of Spring Break

  1. Find another student's post about their FINAL SCRATCH PROJECT, and write at one THOUGHTFUL comment on it. Download and view their Scratch project before commenting.


  1. Start brainstorming ideas for your short screencast which you'll create after Spring Break and post to Screenr.

Technology 4 Teachers (T4T) by Wesley A. Fryer is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.

Based on a work at wiki.wesfryer.com/t4t.