Students discover engineering and use the design thinking process to create prototypes to show their learning about engineering.
Gifted students answer bibliotherapy questions, use a note-catcher and complete a project based on their answers.
This lesson remix contain a unique student view that can be used for virtual/distance learning situations. Doo Wop's musical and social roots point to a long history of vocal harmony in American culture, particularly in African-American communities. Social singing provided entertainment in barbershops, bars, schools, churches, theaters, and other communal spaces. Some of the musical precedents students will consider in this lesson include the barbershop quartets that flourished from the 1890s through World War I; the Pop vocal groups such as the Mills Brothers that topped the charts in the 1920s, 30s, and 40s; and the Gospel singers who made harmonizing a spiritual practice throughout the early twentieth century.
Design and build extensions onto the Driving Base and program it to complete two tasks. Students will learn and practice engineering and manufacturing techniques, cooperation and teamwork skills as they build and code an Autonomous Mobile Robot.
Students construct a bridge that will get Cupid to his destination and withstand all of his Valentines. They will build a bridge with only candy hearts and toothpicks.
Each group will build a different building 2-level wing of the team's school in one day but can only use the materials provided to the team. Each wing must include several classrooms for drones to survey and land.
Students will use the Escape Room to learn about the Engineering Design Process that they will be using in multiple projects throughout the year.
Presentation provides various ways teachers can incorporate drones into the 4 major disciplines of the curriculum.
Students will engineer a house that can withstand the force of a hurricane. Students will think about wind forces and the structures of houses to create their house using certain materials.
This is an example of the Landing Page I used for my virtual Kindergarten class. Students and families used this page to access Zoom meetings, Google Classroom page, and more. It includes important links for student activities and various ways to contact the teacher.
3-6 Teacher directions to help educators understand and use the Mooresville Online Academy Grant modules with students.
Explore what coding is and create your own game without using a computer!
Investigate what coding is and use the design thinking process to create your own game, without a computer!
Chico has a friend who is stuck in a laundry shoot and uses a new tool to help his friend get free. Create a new tool using materials from a list provided and work within a budget constraint.