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 is an interactive image that links to videos from YouTube and other websites that explain and show examples of each Element of Art. Students will use this as an exploring tool to build their understanding on each element. This will build a stronger foundation to help them evaluate and refine artwork.
Strand: RESPOND (L1.V.R.)
Students will understand, evaluate, and articulate how works of art convey meaning for the observer, as well as the creator (Standards L1.V.R.1–4).
Analyze how one’s understanding of the world is affected by experiencing visual imagery.
Interpret an artwork or collection of works, supported by relevant and sufficient evidence found in the work and it various contexts.
High School Level Drawing Lesson was developed with the purpose of helping students learn to see basic shapes inside complex forms so that they can create a more accurate drawing or final work of art. This lesson is a HyperDoc lesson designed to allow students to work at different speeds and navigate learning in a way that works best for their learning. They will be expected to reflect on their learning and apply what they learned to by creating a final work of art using this specific drawing technique.It is a great way to include Technology into your classroom without all the hard work!
This is a lesson plan for students to show their understanding of the life cycle of a plant or animal by creating an infographic using Google Drawings. The lesson gives links and information to teach both of these and then provides examples, graphic organizers, and rubrics to be able guide you through using the infographic as an assessment tool. The lesson is targeted for 3rd graders with a simplified rubric they can use themselves or with a partner or teacher.
A 14 week Introduction to Computer Science course.
This course is targeted to middle school grades 6-8 (ages 11-14 years). It is also written for teachers who may not have a Computer Science background, or who may be teaching an “Intro to Computer Science” course for the first time.
This course takes approximately 14 weeks to complete, spending about 1 week on each of the first 11 lessons, and 3 weeks for students to complete the final project at the end. Of course, teachers should feel free to customize the curriculum to meet individual school or district resources and timeframe.
This lesson, activity, and provided template will guide students to interact with the Rule of Thirds in existing images and encourge them to consider this design concept when capturing images.
The Science Experiments lessons are geared for students in middle school and early high school grades. The lessons are designed help the student gain a greater understanding of the forces and behavior of the physical world. This is done using methods of observation, measurement, and data analysis. By incorporating the micro:bit in the experiments, the lessons are a great way to teach both science and computing in the same activity.
These lessons guide the student in hands-on, practical measurement activities along with using the micro:bit to control and record data for the experiments. Each lesson provides an overview of the activity, outlines expected results, explains the setup of the experiment, and the gives a coding activity to measure and collect the data.
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 year, your job has been to be the students, and my job has been to be the teacher. It’s about time things changed around here! It is time for you to teach me! What you teach is up to you. Your lesson will be an iMovie that will last 2-5 minutes. Choose something that is interesting and important to you that you would like to share with others. I can’t wait to learn from you!Here are some ideas:How to make an origami paper crane How to draw a unicornAll about pigsHow to kick a soccer ball
This month, our UOL updates are focusing on eMedia and the new lesson plan template tool! Stay tuned for how-to videos on how to use this new lesson plan tool and other helpful tips.