A resource for teachers who want to create a website for their classroom. Three platforms are explored in this lesson: Weebly, Wix and Google Sites. The "why" of having a class website as well the "what" to have on the class website are parts of this lesson. In this lesson teachers will be participating in the Connect-Extend-Challenge Activity. For this activity, the teacher will consider what they have just read and seen in the lesson and then ask themself:How are the ideas and information presented connected to what you already knew?What new ideas did you get that extended or broadened your thinking in new directions?What challenges have come up in your mind from the ideas and information presented?
Students will use this website to learn more about the CRAAP Test and how to use it to evaluate websites. Then, they will watch this video as a review. Finally, they will complete an activity in which they find and evaluate two websites, one good and one bad.
This lesson will help adult learners to identify honey bees, identify different types of honey bees in a hive, describe pollination process, interpret the importance of pollination and honey bees for pollination and gain knowledge about beekeeping. This will provide a business idea for them to pursue at the same type help conserve honey bee populations. In the long run this will help make food production sustainable. Several online and paper resources are available in this lesson. The mobile-based activities will enhance the learning experience. It will enable learners to access materials and recall and also perform an interesting assignment by taking photos. Only free mobile tools like Wix.com and Whatsapp are used.
This project was created for anyone who would like your Articulate project published online quickly purchasing a server.
This activity card is meant to be a self-paced lesson showing users how to create a simple website.
This activity was originally developed by Intel® as part of the Intel® Learn Easy Steps program.
The Mars Education lesson plans section is here to serve as a resource for educators, grades K-12 to download and utilize in formal classroom settings.
For questions on the Mars Education Lessons please contact us.
All of the Mars Education Program lesson plans include elements of inquiry-based learning that are aligned to Common Core and Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) as well as problem-based learning and the Biological Sciences Curriculum Study (BSCS) 5-E instructional model.
The STEM lessons included in this section of the website are the very lessons that we apply throughout our educator conferences and professional development training sessions.
To get a more thorough understanding and deeper knowledge of these lessons as an in classroom instructional tool, educators may want to consider attending an ASU Mars Education Conference.
This resource contains a webinar presented by the Center for Advanced Automotive Technology (CAAT), on April 17, 2014. It discusses how the CAAT provides curricula in advanced automotive and engineering technology for middle-skill technicians.
A checklist used by teachers to assess high school students as they work on creating a website.
This website is a digital handbook written for people at Twinfield Union School who, at one time or another, place students in work-based learning experiences. The website provides information and resources with the intention to lead to consistency when placing students in work-based learning experiences and assessing their learning.
NOTE: Almost all of the information and resources in this handbook are verbatim from either from the Work-based Learning Coordinator graduate class, the Vermont Work-based Learning Manual or government documents.