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Area and Perimeter Lesson Plan
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This activity is intended to assess your 3rd grade students' ability to find area and perimeter of rectangles and squares. Students will be creating a robot using Google Drawing. They will then find the area and perimeter of each piece of the robot. Once they have found the area and perimeter for each shape in their robot, students will calculate the total area and perimeter of the robot. Photo by Eric Krull on Unsplash

Subject:
Elementary Mathematics
Material Type:
Activity/Lab
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Interactive
Lesson Plan
Author:
Laura
Date Added:
04/05/2022
UCET 21 - Ignite! Scientific Modeling with Collaborative Drawing Tools and Screencast Video
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UCET Conference 2021 - Ignite! In 5 minutes and with 20 images come and inspire teachers! Share 20 slides in 5 minutes and inspire teachers (think of a mini TED event). Presenters will have just five minutes and 20 slides each to share their passions, tell their stories, or share their experiences in a continuous rapid-fire presentation! Presenter slides are shown for 15 seconds each on an automatic rotation for a total of 5 minutes of fame. By sharing what ignites their passions—a professional practice from the classroom, excitement about a new tool that will spark creativity for their students, or a personal story of student engagement – Ignite! presenters will fan the flames for their fellow attendees while awakening their awareness, stimulating their thought, or spurring them to action.
Scientific Modeling with Collaborative Drawing Tools and Screencast Video - Ryan Cain
"As the Utah Science and Engineering Education (SEEd) standards require students to engage in the practice of scientific modeling, collaborative drawing tools provide easy-to-use platforms to support making scientific reasoning visible. Gone are the days of asking students to copy a poster of the water cycle. Now, science teaching should provide opportunities for children to make sense of relatable scientific phenomena. Instead of teaching a generalized model of the water cycle, students in Ogden might draw a model that includes Pineview Reservoir and Mount Ogden. Collaborative drawing tools like Google Jamboard and Google Drawing provide a common workspace for drawing models that promote discussion and revision.

Subject:
Educational Technology
Material Type:
Media Object
Provider:
Utah Coalition for Educational Technology
Author:
Ryan Cain
Date Added:
02/01/2022