-InsanityPlays-

Sometimes class projects get on “What the Community is Remixing”.
Most of these are from student accounts, so I see no point for them to be on it.

Super_Scratch_Bros20

How would they be marked as “class projects”? Don't say “check to see if the user is a student or teacher”, because I've seen some students and teachers who eventually moved on to actually use the website. Plus, having a student of teacher nomination is permanent, so they'd never get front paged.

sportfan999

Super_Scratch_Bros20 wrote:

How would they be marked as “class projects”? Don't say “check to see if the user is a student or teacher”, because I've seen some students and teachers who eventually moved on to actually use the website. Plus, having a student of teacher nomination is permanent, so they'd never get front paged.
No support for the same reason.

To add on, though:
-What if a kid wanted to do Scratch for real?
-What if that kid got popular?
-What if people proposed that kid's project to be featured?
Well, they couldn't.

-InsanityPlays-

sportfan999 wrote:

Super_Scratch_Bros20 wrote:

How would they be marked as “class projects”? Don't say “check to see if the user is a student or teacher”, because I've seen some students and teachers who eventually moved on to actually use the website. Plus, having a student of teacher nomination is permanent, so they'd never get front paged.
No support for the same reason.

To add on, though:
-What if a kid wanted to do Scratch for real?
-What if that kid got popular?
-What if people proposed that kid's project to be featured?
Well, they couldn't.
I said class projects, which are shared by the teacher, not student projects.

Super_Scratch_Bros20

-InsanityPlays- wrote:

sportfan999 wrote:

Super_Scratch_Bros20 wrote:

How would they be marked as “class projects”? Don't say “check to see if the user is a student or teacher”, because I've seen some students and teachers who eventually moved on to actually use the website. Plus, having a student of teacher nomination is permanent, so they'd never get front paged.
No support for the same reason.

To add on, though:
-What if a kid wanted to do Scratch for real?
-What if that kid got popular?
-What if people proposed that kid's project to be featured?
Well, they couldn't.
I said class projects, which are shared by the teacher, not student projects.

What if the teacher makes a project that gets really popular? The teacher can't un-teacher themself….

Zoomer_X

-InsanityPlays- wrote:

Sometimes class projects get on “What the Community is Remixing”.
Most of these are from student accounts, so I see no point for them to be on it.
Why would you do that (if you mean projects made by students in a Scratch class)? They are Scratchers too. As said in the Community Guidelines, Scratch welcomes people of all ages, races, ethnicities, religions, abilities, sexual orientations, and gender identities. That includes students, too. And what's wrong with Teacher projects? Aren't teachers Scratchers too?