- For our last chat of the school year, we hosted a discussion on Scratch and Problem Solving.
- As usual, we started with introductions.
- — Nicola O'Brien (@NicolaO_B)Tue, Jun 13 2017 23:06:08A1 Hi all, Nicola here, educator from Australia on winter's day! We've used scratch to figure out what to pack for school #ScratchEdChat
- — bradley quentin (@bquentin3)Tue, Jun 13 2017 23:07:10
- Then, since problem solving is such a vast topic, we shared some framing.
- With Polya's steps in mind, we asked participants how they help students get started.
- — bradley quentin (@bquentin3)Tue, Jun 13 2017 23:18:37
- — Karen Brennan (@karen_brennan)Tue, Jun 13 2017 23:18:55
- — Mike Wood (@woodmj19)Tue, Jun 13 2017 23:20:58
- In addition to Polya's "make a plan" step, we added tinkering to our next question, since many learners tend towards tinkering, or tinkering to plan.
- — bradley quentin (@bquentin3)Tue, Jun 13 2017 23:24:26
- — ScratchEd Team (@ScratchEdTeam)Tue, Jun 13 2017 23:29:22To learn more about journaling in @bquentin3's class, check out this recent story on his practice: http://scratched.gse.harvard.edu/stories/see-inside-classroom-bradley-quentin … #ScratchEdChat https://twitter.com/bquentin3/status/874769460976132099 …
- — Alexa Kutler (@everydaybeans)Tue, Jun 13 2017 23:24:28
- For our next question, we asked participants to take us into their classrooms.
Scratch and Problem Solving
A recap of our Twitter chat on June 13th, 2017!