Scratch for CS First allows for automatic sharing between a teacher and their students. To foster a collaborative environment, teachers may also want to encourage students to share with one another.
Here are a few ways to share student projects:
Pair sharing in the classroom – Have students pair up with a buddy and take turns sharing their projects, looking at each other’s code, and providing feedback to one another.
Screen sharing virtually – In virtual learning environments, have students take turns sharing their screens and describing their work.
Upload projects to Scratch – Students can upload their projects to a personal Scratch account to share with the Scratch community and their classmates who also have personal Scratch accounts. Here are instructions for uploading CS First projects to Scratch.