An edublog about integrating technology into the classroom.
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iLearn Technology lesson plans include resources, templates, and ISTE NET alignment. Lesson plans are delivered in PDF format and may contain additional resources such as Pages and Word documents or Keynote and PowerPoint templates. Each lesson integrates technology and is flexible enough for use in a classroom or computer lab. Lessons can be used in various classroom settings and applied to multiple subjects. Technology requirements and grade level appropriateness are listed next to each lesson.
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Feelings Poster: A lesson in Empathy
Lesson plan, Pages or Word templates, and game cards to create a How are You Feeling Today poster using student pictures. Students use technology to express emotions and learn empathy. Grades: k-6 Requirements: Pages '08 (or newer) OR Microsoft Word, web cam OR digital camera. Pages templates only work on Apple computers. Microsoft Word template works on Apple or PC.
Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus Drawing Lesson
Using computer drawing tools, k-2 students learn about the Caldecott award and how they can create their own Caldecott worthy illustrations based on Mo Willem's Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus. This collection includes step-by-step instructions, drawing application suggestions, and an ISTE NET aligned lesson. Grade Level: Kindergarten-2nd. Requirements: computer, Internet connection, book "Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus".
The beginning of the year is a time of new rules, policies, and procedures. Make it fun and memorable using interactive Jigsaw puzzles. This collection includes lesson plan (aligned to ISTE NETS), alternative lesson ideas, a Step-by-Step guide for creating interactive jigsaw puzzles, templates in both Keynote (09) and PowerPoint (97-2010), and a sample Responsible Use Policy.
Grade Level: k-5
Requirements for lesson:
*Computer with projector OR interactive whiteboard