Main studio: https://scratch.mit.edu/studios/4487599/
This is a studio so that CURATORS of LDaAS can become managers. Do not ask to curate this studio unless you are already a manager. Please do not use this studio to advertise, chat, or anything else. Thanks. <3
To become a manager you have to be proven to be helpful, kind, and respectful to others! Some ways to be helpful: Answering people's questions, support people's drawings, and more!
MANAGERS: Before accepting someone, check with at least ONE other manager! Thanks!
To request an interview you must:
- Be a curator.
- Be a curator for 4 weeks.
- Be active.
To request an interview, fill out this form:
Username || How long you’ve been a part of LDaAS || Your LDaAS number || 2 links to two of your best themes ||
The questions managers must ask these questions in order:
1. Why do you want to be a manager?
2. How will you help out as a manager/what do you think your responsibilities be?
3. How active are you on a scale of 1-10?
4. What are 3 (or more) qualities you think a manager should have?
5. How would you handle arguments?
6. How would you handle art theft?
7. How good at you at teamwork on a scale of 1-10?
8. How would you tell a student they are being inactive and/or are acting poorly?
9. Do you have any worries about being a manager?
10. Is there anything you wish to learn as a manager and teacher?
TIP: Please use proper grammar and spelling.
What we're looking for!
1. We just want to know why you want to be a manager, we're not looking for anything specific.
2. We want to know how you will act as a manager, and how you'll help out.
3. We need you to be active! Please be honest.
4. We're curious on the qualities you think a manager should have so that we know how you'll act.
5. We want to know if you'll handle them correctly.
6. We want to know if you'll handle this correctly.
7. You need to be good at teamwork if you're going to be a manager! But you can always use LDaAS as a practice for teamwork, so you don't really have to be good at it. We just want to know what to expect. Please be honest.
8. We want to see how you'd do this so we know you won't make students feel bad.
9. We just want to make sure you have no worries, or that if you do, we can help you with them.
10. We're just curious about what you'd like to learn.
- Inspiration: Elements Cafe’s Interview Studio
- Thumbnail: Google