If so, are there meetups? Should we organize one?
I've planned a meet-up for Monday March 3rd. 7pm at PS 58 in Brooklyn. We will discuss Scratch as well as other options. I'm hoping to make this a regular meet-up for the Brooklyn area around CB6 but would love to explore sharing ideas and resources with all.
Unfortunately space is limited to 20-30 people so if you're interested in attending let me know.
I've been planning to set-up a regular meeting but I was having trouble finding a permanent meeting space. However, I was speaking to one of the principals at PS 58 and she said she would be able to arrange a permit for that. So I'm working on getting that set-up now.
In the meantime, I would totally be up for meeting this week-end...just pick a time. If you can't find a space we could just pick a place. Somewhere else.
I'm also located in Brooklyn and currently designing an afterschool Scratch program for my child's elementary school.
I'm in Brooklyn, too. I teach middle & high school, but I'm sure we can share ideas.
Anyone else?! I'm happy to do coffee sometime if it's just two of us, but if we have a few more, we can do a proper meet-up!
I just started teaching scratch for elementry (possibly middle soon) in Brooklyn I would be very interested in a meet up.
How do I do that? What do you think? With discussions, you can share your questions, suggestions, and insights with others.