Technology Lesson Plans: STEM Career Project
Students research a STEM field and create a report on it.
|Click here to view project outline, sources, and rubric||STEM Project Reflection Questions|
Technology Lesson Plans: Electricity
Students learn about the basics of electricity.
|Bill Nye Electricity Video Questions||Bill Nye Video Link||Energy and Electricity Game|
Technology Lesson Plan: Circuits
Students learn about circuits by building their own using Snap Circuits.
Technology Lesson Plans: Circuit Quizzes
Snap Circuit Premium Quizzes here.
Technology Lesson Plans: Human Computer Interaction
Students learn about computer parts and terms.
|Binary Flippy do and Activity Sheet||Computer Basics: Computer vs Computing||Computer Basics: CPUs||Computer Basics: RAM and ROM and Storage Devices|
|Computer Basics: Operating Systems Comparison Worksheet||Computer Basics: –Computer Hardware Research Web Hunt–||Computer Buying Project|
Technology Lesson Plans: Infographics
Students use data to create an infographic.
|Infographic Activity||Infographic Project|
Technology Lesson Plans: Internet Unit
Students complete some assignments related to internet privacy and security.
|Intro to Internet Privacy|
Technology Lesson Plans: Web Design Unit
Students complete several modules and answer questions related to building a website using Code Academy.
|Web Design Unit|
Technology Lesson Plans: Scratch Unit
Students used the LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT set 9797.
Once the bot was built I spent a couple days going over the software and a day going over the parts of the robot and discussing the different sensors the robot could have. I then gave the students challenges:
Dance Challenge: Students select school- appropriate music approved by me and choreograph the robot to dance/move to the sound
Maze Challenge: Students design a maze for other teams to complete. Teams then program the robot to complete their assigned maze.
Technology Game Links
If students had extra time they could play these tech related games: Technology Game Links
Special shoutout to a group of students working hard to learn about motors! These kids have an excellent resource they suggest you use to learn more about Tesla and the Induction Motor.
A good resource that has lots more games on it https://www.angieslist.com/articles/electrical-education-science-lessons-and-activities.htm
Explains electricity in more detail: https://www.homeadvisor.com/r/residential-electrical-circuit-help/