This page will share some presentations that have been used about our projects: 21things4students and MiTechKids. You are welcome to download and revise these to share at staff meetings, district meetings, or local conferences.
Please refer to the REMC FREE self-paced learning unit developed for teachers "21things4students: Ready, Get Set, Go"
21things4students Resources for Teaching PDF
Presenting 21things4students a Google Presentation that can be exported as a PowerPoint, or Copied to your own DriveSpace. Created and shared by Carolyn McCarthy.
The Basic Introduction.pptx file as found on the Begin Here page.
Teacher contributed Lesson Plans
Forms of Government contributed by Gary Gowan. Students will develop a knowledge of various forms of government and their characteristics, advantages and disadvantages, apply basic technology skills, and create an infographic.
Constitution Day contributed by Julie Mapstone. On September 17 Students celebrate constitution day. We will take a week to prepare, learn, and make a creative artifact for Constitution Day.
Dream Career contributed by Hannah Falstrom. Students will research different careers they are interested in as well as identify their personality traits. Students can search the Internet for information, as well as organize and categorize that information. Students can tell if a website can be trusted when searching for information and determine accuracy and bias in the material.
K-5 Digital Citizenship & Internet Safety by Susan Prusik. Objectives: Students will be able to access websites from the class web page by clicking on links. Students will understand Digital Citizenship and Internet safety. Students can move from one website/application page to another by using buttons on the screen. Students can scroll up and down on a website to find more information. Students have a beginning understanding of source credibility when searching for information.