Week 10 and 11

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July 28, 2016 by Steven Knight

Class Activity: Copyright & You

Class Presentation

Tech & Learning Resource

LOC – Fair Use Guidelines

Class Activity: Coding in the Classroom

http://www.helloruby.com/play

Follow Linda Liukas on Twitter

Learn – https://code.org/

Apply – https://studio.code.org/ and/or https://codecombat.com/

Scratch – https://scratch.mit.edu

How can coding activities fit into your classroom instruction? What is the value of providing opportunities for your students to experience coding?

Coding in the Classroom with BrainPop

BrainPop – all in one stop for digital content

Movies – fun and entertaining – Computer Programming 

Lesson Plans – great plans that use the video on online games to support – Blocky Maze Game

Online Games – Block Maze Game

Quiz – every movie has a quiz for checks for understandings or topics for teaching – Quiz

EdSurge – Teaching Guide – Teaching Kids to Code

Post 1 response on your blog (last one:)

 

Virtual Class on Thursday, August 4th! So you can participate anywhere with a computer and an Internet Connection. Please log into Schoology>ED554 Course>BigBlueButton at least 10 minutes before 6pm. I will not be on campus.

It has been a privilege spending Thursday nights with you all:)

Thank you for your hard work and open mindedness for learning about technology. A HUGE thanks to those who went above and beyond the assignments. Your creativity was inspiring!

Please consider me a resource for integrating technology into your future classrooms. You can reach me at my MU email, at knights@fccps.org and of course—Twitter:)

Google Site Check in –

The following artifacts should be on your Google Site (with a short description of the assignment, process and relevance to your future instruction) by now.

  • Digital Story
  • Podcast/Flipped Lesson (including interactive support materials)
  • LOC Certificate
  • Social Learning Presentation
  • Unit Plan  – (including lessons and assessments)

Housekeeping items:

  • If you want feedback on Unit Plan/Lessons, share via Google before midnight August 1st.
  • Post all assignments to your blog by August 4th.
  • Post Unit Plan on GSite by midnight August 7th.
  • Keep a look out for the course evaluations. Your feedback is extremely important to me:)
  • Grades will be shared on Canvas by August 4th and will be posted to Marynet on August 9th.
  • Have a wonderful summer and great school year.
  • Prof. Steve03865b45931cb5e1b15593dad7a52569
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