Teaching STEM, Digital Technologies & Critical Thinking in 2019. (Coding, Robotics, Data, etc)
Would you like to teachSTEM, CODING, ROBOTICS and CRITICAL THINKING With confidence and wisdom? Discover proven teaching strategies, lesson plans, ideas and2019resources providing a wealth of information on this innovative and engaging area of the curriculum from an expert educator with over a decade in coachingSTEM & Digital Technologies.
Kevin Cummins, (MA, Education & TechnologyMelbourne) provides a step-by-step process of teaching the following areas in this180 PAGE INTERACTIVE e-BOOK. ⭐Coding & Robotics ⭐ Critical and Creative Thinking ⭐ Algorithmic Design and Analysis ⭐ Data collection, analysis, and Visualisation ⭐ Digital Citizenship (rights and responsibilities) ⭐ Digital Systems ⭐ Aligned to theAustralian Curriculum, U.S. Common Core, and British Curriculum
And much more high-quality content designed to turn teachers and students fromTECH CONSUMERS TO CREATORS.
There is anENTIRE YEARof teaching ideas and content here, plus you will receive all future additions and revisionsFOR FREE.
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Now in its third edition offering greater visual examples of making STEM, Digital Technologies and Critical Thinking actionable tasks in your classroom.
It also provides case studies and context to the skills being taught so that you can talk the talk, and walk the walk.
This ebook is an essential resource for not only specialists involved in learning technologies but all teachers looking for new and engaging strategies to teach their students to problem solve, better integrate technology and build the skills required to contribute and understand our digital society.
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These elementary/primary Christmas-themed activities will help you teach literacy, writing, numeracy, science, arts and crafts, and just plain old-fashioned fun. The 80 tasks break out into 15 exciting activity areas, including:
❄️ Christmas Comparisons
⭐ Tallying Christmas Temperatures
❄️ Christmas Crossword Puzzle
⭐ Christmas Connections around the Globe
❄️ Christmas Energy
⭐ Christmas Math Word Problems
❄️ Christmas Compound Sentences
⭐ Christmas Calendar
❄️ Christmas Calculations
⭐ Christmas Essay Topics
❄️ Christmas Thinkers Keys Matrix
⭐ Christmas Jumble
❄️ Christmas writing Mega Bundle
⭐ Christmas Coloring Collection
Answers are included for all tasks, but you can easily remove them from these fully-editable documents if you like. This workbook was used and developed over the course of several years by real teachers in real classrooms and is an annual hit with students.
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Features & Age Group
Subject English Language Arts, Christmas/ Chanukah/ Kwanzaa, End of Year
Grade Levels 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th
Resource Type Activities, Fun Stuff, Printables
File Type PDF (Acrobat) Document File
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3 MB | 57 pages
On December 9, 2018, Rosemary B. said:
Great support for developing my DT teacher programs for 2019
On October 15, 2017, Erica W. said:
Following instructions task
This is an excellent resource I would highly recommend to anybody teaching students aged 9 - 90.
Essentially, the lesson is a trick in which you hand out the activity sheet and ask them to follow the directions carefully, as we are focussing on following procedures today.
In nearly 99 percent of all cases, your students will follow each of the steps and do all of the ridiculous things that are requested of them. Because generally, no one follows instructions carefully.
Why? Because they never follow the first step - which was to read ALL of the instructions before doing anything. If they do read all instructions as requested they will find out they have absolutely nothing to do.
It is a great discussion prompt for your students about how poor we are in general at following and reading instructions and then exploring the importance of following procedures.
Anyhow you can download the Activity sheet here and spend a good 10 minutes feeling very smug and clever yourself as you see your students fail miserably at this incredibly simple task.
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