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This activity requires students to compare equations to algorithms in the context of copyright and patent law.
Students will research the digital identities of local celebrities and use edtech to analyze and synthesize their findings. Students will create and share a graph highlighting key themes, and have a class discussion about what digital identities mean.
Students will work to develop an academic goal using the SMART goal framework. SMART stands for Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant and Timely. They will use digital tools to create, share and monitor their personal learning goals.
In this activity, student will learn about goal and setting goals to become stronger students and well-rounded individuals. Ideas for connections, brainstorming and keeping track of the students’ goals are included.
Students first select a mathematical principle (e.g., law, theorem, or other property). Next, students locate an article or image that represents the principle being used in daily life. For example, construction workers using the Pythagorean theorem when determining the length of a staircase. Students will then summarize the information – … Continued
Visualize numerical data | Students Compute like Computers to Solve Real Problems (Lesson 2 of 7) | K-2
In lesson 2, students visualize numerical data into bar graphs after collecting and organizing data into numerical values using free educational technology. Students learn a computational procedure to analyze and interpret numerical data to derive insights about a real-world problem of supply demand for marbles in a classroom, ultimately offering … Continued
In Part 5, students will synthesize all of the information and methods they have used to write a final research brief and report to the governor of the state they have selected for analysis. In this multi-step project, students become the Chief Data Analyst for the US Census Bureau Chief … Continued
In this multi-step project, students become the Chief Data Analyst for the US Census Bureau Chief and write a report for a governor of a US state to answer the following question: “Are families in my state better or worse than 10 years ago?” Students will use educational technology and … Continued
In Part 3, students conduct a 10% random sample from US Census data, through a simulation using google sheets. In this multi-step project, students become the Chief Data Analyst for the US Census Bureau Chief and write a report for a governor of a US state to answer the following … Continued
Students will set a foundation for using multiple strategies and perseverance to pursue difficult tasks or answers. This activity asks students to perform engaging “minute to win it” games to perform challenging tasks and altering approaches to better reach ideal outcomes.