This is a lesson plan created for Earth Day using an Applied Digital Skills lesson. After providing students with background on Earth Day, students will take charge of their learning by following the lesson to explore a topic centered around Earth Day. Students will be creating a presentation using a Google Application and will share the presentation with the class.
This lesson is intended to help second grade students understand the basics of what it means to be a good digital citizen. ISTE Student Standards for Digital Citizenship:2b Students engage in positive, safe, legal and ethical behavior when using technology, including social interactions online or when using networked devices.
This lesson plan is a 4th grade opinion writing project. This project is planned to take 2-3 weeks to fully complete. Students will complete various assignments online to help guide them towards their opinion of the prompt, "Which makes a better pet: a cat or a dog?" Students will be using Google Docs to write their opinion paper, Lucid Charts to organize their writing in a graphic organizer, and Adobe Spark to create their final product on this opinion project. Througout the lesson students will engage with the whole class, with partners or small group work, and complete individual work.
This lesson is to assess students on their ability to correctly label the three types of clouds. It is also assessing their ability to create a presenation using technology and photography, followed by correctly citing any photos retrieved properly and safely from the media. Listed only under the Library Media Standard but the main focus of the lesson is on the Science - 4th Grade Standard 2 Objective 1. The lesson is integrating technology. The assessment shows the students knowledge of this science standard in the form of them creating a presentation online.
This lesson plan is a way for students to create a movie/commerical highligthing the music they are learning in class and encouraging their friends to join them. Image: Musical Instruments Cliparts #2512969 http://clipart-library.com/clipart/681202.htm
This lesson will be creating a digital story focused around standard,Data and Analysis (DA):Computing systems exist to process data. The amount of digital data generated in the world is rapidly expanding, and the need to process data effectively is increasingly important. Data is collected and stored so it can be analyzed to better understand the world and make more accurate predictions.Standard 2.DA.1Demonstrate how to store, copy, search, retrieve, modify and delete information using a computing device, and define the information stored as data. (Practice 4: Developing and Using Abstractions)Students will demonstrate how to create, modify, and save projects using the devices, platforms, applications, and software available. Data can be images, text documents, audio files, software programs or apps, video files, etc. The information is specific to data, not text within a single text document.
The broadcast Radio Sales job includes marketing and sales as well as managing the accounts. College is helpful but not essential. Beginning salary is discussed. Positive aspects are the flexible hours and the opportunity to meet new people. The job includes lots of paper work. Internships are a helpful to getting started option.
This lesson should be used to teach digital citizenship standards. Students will present standards using Adobe Spark.
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This is a D2L Brightspace module covering the foundations of communication . This is used as an introduction to an interpersonal communications course.
This lesson play will help students learn to create a presentation using Google Slides by accessing the Google Applied Digital Skills lesson "Create a Presentation All About a Topic".
Media Studies 101 is the open educational resource for media studies studies in New Zealand, Australia, and Pacifica. We have constructed this text so it can be read in a number of ways. You may wish to follow the structured order of 'chapters' like you would in a traditional printed textbook. Each section builds on and refers back to previous sections to build up your knowledge and skills. Alternatively, you may want to go straight to the section you are interested in -- links will help guide you back to definitions and key ideas if you need to refresh your knowledge or understand a new concept.
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The course is an introduction to the preparation and delivery of oral presentations in an extemporaneous style. Emphasis is on ethical research, critical and logical analysis, and organization of informative and persuasive presentations.
This is a lesson created for 1st grade to teach students about:how to give positive comments onlinehow to respecfully disagree onlinehow to recognize cyberbulling and what to do about it
This is a lesson plan created by Amy Baldwin.After viewing and responding to a Digital literacy slide presentation, Students will interview each other using an interest inventory. They will work in pairs and then independently create a google slide presentation based on their answers to their inventory.They will present their slide show to the class. The teacher will use a rubric to grade while the student is presenting.
A focus on the organization, development, and refinement of technical communications. Internal and external communications, including letters, memos, reports, and presentations are included.
Remote broadband access became essential as Utahns started navigating school, work and personal life during the pandemic. In response to this need, public libraries provided free, short-term, in-home internet access by lending Wi-Fi hotspots to individuals without home internet. Additionally, USBE launched a grant program to create solutions to enable and extend home broadband access. We’d also like to congratulate Liz Gabbitas, who was just appointed by the Utah State Library Division to be the Digital Access and Education Coordinator for Utah. We are excited to work with her in her new role.
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Dani Sloan and Heather Price, a Teacher Librarian from Skyridge High School, explore NoodleTools. Heather shows us how NoodleTools makes it quick and easy for students and educators alike to cite their research sources.
In this edition of Utah's Online Library Product & Librarian Spotlight, Dani Sloan and Melinda Overson, a librarian from Bryce Valley High School, explore NoveList Plus. NoveList Plus is a database of book recommendations for all library workers who do readers' advisory.
Dani Sloan and Katie Blunt give us the newest updates with Utah's Online Library and eMedia. Gale in Context now offers ebooks for young learners! Also, did you know eMedia includes a hub for Utah's Online Library?
This books title tells its intent. It is written to help you understand media and culture. The media and culture are so much a part of our days that sometimes it is difficult to step back and appreciate and apprehend their great impact on our lives. The books title, and the book itself, begin with a focus squarely on media. Think of your typical day. If you are like many people, you wake to a digital alarm clock or perhaps your cell phone. Soon after waking, you likely have a routine that involves some media. Some people immediately check the cell phone for text messages. Others will turn on the computer and check Facebook, email, or websites. Some people read the newspaper. Others listen to music on an iPod or CD. Some people will turn on the television and watch a weather channel, cable news, or Sports Center. Heading to work or class, you may chat on a cell phone or listen to music. Your classes likely employ various types of media from course management software to PowerPoint presentations to DVDs to YouTube. You may return home and relax with video games, television, movies, more Facebook, or music. You connect with friends on campus and beyond with text messages or Facebook. And your day may end as you fall asleep to digital music. Media for most of us are entwined with almost every aspect of life and work. Understanding media will not only help you appreciate the role of media in your life but also help you be a more informed citizen, a more savvy consumer, and a more successful worker. Media influence all those aspects of life as well.
In this lesson, students will research, organize and create a 2-3 minute digital story about 1 of 3 different cultures that have influenced Utah's culture. They can choose from the Fremont People, the Ute Indians, and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Pioneers. There are some background lessons and information that will need to be covered in order to finish this final project for 4th grade Utah Social Studies Standard 2 Objective 1. These lessons are linked and highlighted in the Teacher Background section of this lesson plan.There are a few worksheets and mini-lessons (that can be taught in a synchronous manner) associated with this final project that could take 2-3 days to complete and then the digital story can be finished in an hour or two. The final presentation and the mini assignments could all include small group discussions, whole class instruction, and could easily be tailored to teach to students learning virtually.The mini-lessons and supplimental information were found through the UEN website and a youtube video by Nick Epling. Other articles and sources are listed in the materials.