Lesson Plans from Teachers using Intel® Education Solutions
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|Advocate for Animals||
An integrated, project-based learning unit on endangered animals features what research is and its purpose, uses a variety of research methods, and teaches students how to work together in a collaborative environment.
|Anatomy of a Digital Student
Use online search strategies, and create and execute a plan for designing a digital notebook. In addition, students will apply digital tools to gather, evaluate, and use information.
|Assembling the Evolutionary Tree of Life
This lesson will look at the concept and development of the evolutionary Tree of Life using an e-textbook made accessible through the study.intel.com.
Students will learn the spelling of some "big words" using a variety of technological resources, such as an online thesaurus, Storybird*, and Padlet*.
|Emerging Technologies: Accelerants for Deep Learning||
See demos of cutting-edge technologies for content representation, interactive forms of exploration, and new forms of self-expression, followed by a discussion on pedagogical transformations.
|Introduction to Tablets||
For teachers who are about to implement tablets in a mobile teaching and learning environment, this training will empower the first-time tablet user with a new understanding of features, navigation, applications, and file management.
|Measuring the Impossible: Using the Intel® Education Lab Camera to Enrich Student Learning||
This lesson is part of a research unit on tree species. The class will learn the necessity of calibrating a measurement tool and use critical thinking to make reasonable assumptions. Read the supporting case study >
|Oscillations and Simple Harmonic Motion||
Students will view a short video and conduct a hands-on activity using the Intel® Education Lab Camera software to see harmonic motion with a simple pendulum. The lesson is followed by discussion and a brief assessment. Read the supporting case study >
|SimCity*: Developing the Bull Street Property||
Students will look at sitemaps, images, and explore the area using Google Maps* to create a plan for developing the property at Bull Street, the largest land deal in Columbia history. They will collaborate, discuss, and present their final plan.
|Supply and Demand: Demonstrating Classroom Management Software||
Experience the variety of features and functionalities of the Classroom Management system as students learn about the importance of supply and demand in our lives.
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