@assembly21 I'm more of a LessCSS person, but if I understand correctly, SCSS is a mild syntactic variation on SASS. Only the basic syntax is different -- the semantics are the same. This means you can probably learn SASS and translate the syntax to SCSS in your head. See http://www.sitepoint.com/whats-difference-sass-scss for more info.
@assembly21 it's terribly named, but 'scss' and 'sass' are both Sass. Searching for Sass on it's own should bring up results but you will need to filter. The Sass-lang website shows all examples in scss by default: http://sass-lang.com/guide