|Want to be my buddy? Write your name here!|
|Karen Brennan||karenb||https://scratch.mit.edu/studios/5239825/||I like talking to people about what they've made!||Paulina||<-- these are examples!|
|Paulina Haduong||paulinah||https://scratch.mit.edu/studios/5243582/||I would love some ideas for how to extend projects/ what I could work on next! Also some help debugging the DIY Poketown, please!||Karen|
|Sophie||MadameFrancaise||https://scratch.mit.edu/studios/5249271/||I'm still learning so much but I do find adding to my projects helpful as I understand more.|
|Dominic||DominicMyers||https://scratch.mit.edu/users/DominicMyers/||Not sure that's the right link...|
|Katy||DA-kparnell||https://scratch.mit.edu/studios/5251000/||I am a UK based English teacher and dyslexia specialist.I help out at a Coder Dojo with Scratch. I have made a lot of progress in 2 weeks but the other projects here look much more sophisticated than mine! All advice gratefully received.|
|Matt Stone||mstone326||https://scratch.mit.edu/studios/5225684/||I like to create and to help people with their projects both on the Scratch site and on the Facebook page. This has been a great program.|
|Massimo Marletta||max_marl||https://scratch.mit.edu/studios/5249300/||I am very enthusiast about computer programming since I was a very young child. I like bringing my ideas into life with Scratch or other programming tools. I like to help people.|
|Betty Christophy||echristophy||https://scratch.mit.edu/studios/5249329/||I am a chemistry teacher. I have done a limited amount of adding Scratch into my class, but I'm hoping to do more. My projects tend in a chemistry direction.|
|Anna Galavotti||Annag79||https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/236838050/||I'm teacher in kindergarten. I hope i will learn enaugh about Scratch, to use it at school and to become more usefull for al the institute. I'd also like to help my son and daughter to get stuck with programming|
|https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/236743428/||Trainer Expert in coding and educational robotics, I work in many schools in Puglia with both students and teachers.|
|Maria Teresa Silvoni||mariateresas||https://scratch.mit.edu/studios/5238399/||I'm a teacher and I work in a little primary school in Italy. Working with Scratch is funny and creative, I use it in my classes; seeing and understanding projects of others is very interesting to me.|
|Rick Botero||rbotero||https://scratch.mit.edu/studios/5249390/||Elementary school teacher in Coquitlam (Vancouver), Canada. Digital literacy grades 2-5. Grade 3 classroom teacher. Former IT professional, now hobby coder.|
|Claudia Gualandi||ClaGua||https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/236845978/||Primary school teacher in Italy. I did some course on Scratch, but I have a lot of things to learn...||Massimo Marletta|
|Sandy Coleman||MESTech||https://scratch.mit.edu/studios/5225215/||K-5 Related Arts Teacher. I use Scratch with my students in school and have more recently been faciliatating STEAM summer camps||Alexa Kutler! (See my info below!)|
|Janeen Cohen||janeensix||https://scratch.mit.edu/studios/5249779/||EdTech Director Near North Montessori School K-8 coding, animation, robotics|
|John Lynch||Mittensbrother||https://scratch.mit.edu/studios/5249786/||4th Grade teacher, taking time off for full-time parenting. Chasing toddlers means I don't get to check email too often, but I would still love to collab on something!|
|Carla Poppi||carlapoppi||https://scratch.mit.edu/studios/5194169/||lnsegnante di Scuola Primaria che non sa l'inglese.Questa è una divertentissima occasione per imparare a provare modalità che non avevo mai utilizzato. I risultati sono ancora "primitivi", il diverimento è tanto.|
|Michael Walter||mrwaltermqp||https://scratch.mit.edu/studios/5250116/||I'm a K-6 librarian in Newfoundland, Canada. My first child is due almost when the 21 days is up, so if I stop responding, that might be why!|
|James Magee||jamesdotca||https://scratch.mit.edu/studios/5226937/||I'm a high school science/tech teacher who doesn't currently have a science classroom of his own (one day!) so in the meantime, I'm using my summers to learn cool stuff that I can use ... eventually!||Betty Christophy - I'm another high school science teacher.|
|Kimberly Boyce-Quentin||kboyceq||https://scratch.mit.edu/studios/5250152/||I'm a K-5 STEAM lab teacher in Houston, TX. I love Scratch and have learned so much from this #GettingUnstuck experience. I haven't made good use of most of the sensing blocks, or creating my own blocks yet. I really cannot get the "repeat until" block to work for me at all! Any feedback on my projects/ code greatly appreciated!||Kathleen Fugle|
|Carrie Larimer||clarimer||https://scratch.mit.edu/studios/5246745/||K-5 STEM/Tech teacher. Feeling like this experience has made me try some new scripts. I've learned so much with this experience and would love someone to give suggestions. 2 littles, so I've been a bit behind at times.||Erica Sowders (I have 3 littles and I work on this every night after they go to bed so I know how you feel!)|
|Patrick Benfield||ilabformaking||https://scratch.mit.edu/studios/5250488/||Innovation Director for Magellan International School and coordinator of i.lab for Design + Making, a K - 8 constructionist learning lab (makerspace).|
|Kathleen Fugle||kfugle||https://scratch.mit.edu/studios/5250568/||K-6 school-based Tech Specialist in Virginia. I first tried Scratch in 2009, and have been a big fan ever since! My motto is "If you can dream it up, you can create it in Scratch." This school year I hope to collaborate with other educators in the US and abroad, setting up "ScratchPals" with other elem. school classes.||Kimberly Boyce-Quentin - Hi, Kathleen! I am really excited about the Scratch Pals idea you mentioned on Twitter and look forward to meeting you at Scratch MIT 2018!|
|Erica Sowers||CMSSowders||https://scratch.mit.edu/studios/5250550/||6-8 Coding/STEAM/CS Discoveries teacher. Former 7th grade math teacher, also a former elementary teacher. I am learning so much from this and can't wait to learn more from my students when I try these projects with them!|
|Jill||PinkGoldPeachyKeen||https://scratch.mit.edu/studios/5245718/||Grade 7/8 Homeroom teacher with one section of Grade 3 Science. Very much enjoy the #GettingUnstuck challenges! Other Scratchers take projects into directions I hadn't even considered. Wanted to better understand Scratch and use in creative ways. Eventually, would like to combine Scratch with MakeyMakeys, Microbits, possibly LittleBits or LEGO robotics. Love getting feedback and suggestions for improvements and extensions, and appreciate sharing of ideas!||Laura Peters—see my details below and let me know if you'd like to be my buddy!|
|Jon Woodcock||RoboSquid||https://scratch.mit.edu/studios/5235231/||I'm not a teacher but have run Code Clubs in the UK since they first started. Have written several Scratch books. Like tinkering with robots and LEDs. Interested in computing in the classroom and particularly how technology can help people with disabilities. Enjoy helping others with Scratch.|
|Raffaella Micheli||LadyRa||https://scratch.mit.edu/studios/4633161/||I have some troubles using the sensors for time and make proget with them||CyberParra want to be my buddy? |
|Heidi Williams||STRETCh Instructor||https://scratch.mit.edu/studios/3541546/||Computer Science Curriculum Specialist at Marquette University in Wisconsin. I first used Scratch in the Curriculum in 2010 with 4-8th grade students. Once they know the basics, it is a great format to allow students to become creators of content...rather than just consumers of content.|
|Fabio Manuppella||fabiomanuppella||https://scratch.mit.edu/studios/5253085/||I'm an italian IT consultant who loves creative teaching, teamwork and problem solving. For more information please check my website: www.fabiomanuppella.it|
|Antonella Mazzobel||antonellamazzobel||https://scratch.mit.edu/studios/5232050/||Scusate! Sono italiana e non conosco la lingua inglese (sic!). Mi faccio aiutare dal mio amico "Google tradutttore".|
Ho svolto il mio ultimo anno da docente. Ora lavoro solo per il piacere di farlo. Mi diverte molto programmare con Scratch, anche se sono alle prime armi.
Mi piace molto questa opportunità offerta da "Getting Unstuck" perché mi consente di apprendere cose nuove dalla comunità e mi stimola a mettermi in gioco.
(Sorry! I'm Italian and I do not know English (sic!). I get help from my friend "Google Translator".
I did my last year as a teacher. Now I work only for the pleasure of doing it. I really enjoy programming with Scratch, even if I'm a beginner.
I really like this opportunity offered by "Getting Unstuck" because it allows me to learn new things from the community and it stimulates me to get involved.)
|Linda Martin||MrsMartinUSA||https://scratch.mit.edu/studios/5253525/||I am a technology Integration Specialist and CS teacher for PK3-grade 8. I love scratch and it plays an integral part in my curriculum. I am a little behind in my projects, but have enjoyed completing them and seeing all of the creative ideas from my fellow “summer campers”. I have learned so much so far and I am looking forward to the next step - adding physicals to my programs. I have used Makey Makey and LEGO WeDo in the past. I have been using Scratch since 2009 and I am looking forward to learning new ways to integrate it into all curriculum areas for my teachers. I would also love to do some collaborative projects with other schools if anyone is interested.||Heidi Williams - would love to connect and share ideas.|
|Laura Peters||mizzpeters||https://scratch.mit.edu/studios/5253618/||I'm a member of the ScratchEd Team and a former 6–8 special education teacher. I've taught all subjects, but mostly math and science. I've taught Scratch in my 6th grade math class, as well as in an arts and technology summer course for kids ages 8–14.||Hi Laura - I'd love to |
be buddies with you!
|Andrew McDonald||McScience_LEGO||https://scratch.mit.edu/studios/5226285/||I am the Educational Outreach Manager for Kids Code Jeunesse/Code Club Canada. I have enjoyed using Scratch for about 2-3 years and making lots of projects. I love teacher training and help youth with their projects.||I|
|Alexa Kutler||asparklekat||https://scratch.mit.edu/studios/5230641/||I am a member of the ScratchEd Team! My background is in religious studies and africana studies, as well as art and design. I am the point person for the ScratchEd Meetup Community on our team and love to facilitate adult learning!||Susan Ettenheim|
|kpsrm27||kpsrm27||https://scratch.mit.edu/studios/5248449/||I am a full time Grade 4 classroom teacher from Ontario Canada. I am going to Scratch18 next week so maybe someone else who is going to Boston would like to share comments with me. Iam learning to assist other teachers who want to learn to code in ScratchJr, DASH, and Scratch. I just bought a Micro Bit to get ready for a Thursday workshop.|
|Susan Ettenheim||susanettenheim||https://scratch.mit.edu/studios/5255148/||I'm a little behind - just a few days because I went to Pathfinders and did an intensive 5 days of Bootstrap Data Science but I'm catching up now - looking forward to the Scratch conference next week!|
I teach ICT courses at SIT Darul Abidin. We use scratch in the ICT teaching curriculum at our school. We used scratch within a year, but we've got a lot of experience in it. Hope I am more expert in using scratch. Ohh... I am so happy to be able to follow this Getting Unstuck activity. much of the science I got. Can't wait to meet with my students to teach me what I've got here.
|Hajer Rajab||fun-timeonly||https://scratch.mit.edu/studios/5256754/||I am anew scratcher,and i enjouable being unstuck,i want to learn more about scratch and making fun project|
|Filipe Mendes||scratchdomendes||https://scratch.mit.edu/studios/5260336/||Im from Portugal and i teach ICT. Loving this problems of getting Unstuck. I seacrh for friends that want to make etwinning projects with Scratch|
|Alberto Gilsanz||alberto_gilsanz||https://scratch.mit.edu/studios/5275527/||I have an IT an D&T teacher in K12 in Spain, Escuelas San José http://alberto.gilsanz.es|