How to turn in a Scratch assignment

You need to turn in your assignment if you wish to have it graded or shared with the class.

1.  “Follow” the class studio

Our classroom page

Scratch studio for sharing student work

Just click the above link for your homeroom and then click the “Follow” button in the upper right corner.

2.  Tell me your Scratch username

If you have not already done so, fill out this form to tell me your Scratch username.  Until you do this, I don’t know which projects are yours.

Scratch account username

Let me know who you are on the Scratch website so I can keep track of your completed assignments.

3.  Create your project and “share” it to the class studio

Create your project.  Give it a descriptive name.  Do not include your name in the project name.

Before any project may be added to a studio, first it must be shared.  Click the Share button to share your project:

Click on your username and select My Class:

Click through to your homeroom’s studio, and then click Add Projects.

You will see a list of your shared projects at the bottom of the page.  Click to add your project.

addprojects

You can also add your project from the project page.  There is a button to add it to the studio:

4.  Optional:  Request an Evaluation of Your Project

All students are encouraged to submit their projects for formal assessment and feedback by sending an email to Mr. James at pjames@st-johnschool.org with the name of the project.  This is only required if you are seeking a grade of E for Exceeds Expectations, and those students seeking feedback.  The quiz is the only mandatory assessment.