This unit is ideal for Native American Heritage month (November) or any time of the year. This PBL was “piloted” on a kindergarten class, but could be modified for preK level.It contains the following activities:
KWL chart, Pocket chart pictures
DIGITAL ESCAPE ROOMS are a FUN and ENGAGING way for students to practice math skills and build problem solving logic and perseverance. When students are finished, they will have practiced their decimal division and/or unit rate and beg for more activities like this!
The Digital Escape Room will be
Students can complete this activity independently or with a partner if your school is 2:1.
Student use mapquest (or Google maps) to plan a trip for their class. Students begin by inputting their school's address and creating a route with stops in Columbus, Ohio and Indianapolis, Indiana.
The purpose of this simulation or webquest is to learn about cave life, types of caves, karst systems and the value of preserving these.
Included are four separate projects and specific directions for each. Each contains pertinent websites and creation and assessment suggestions.
In addition, a coll
This is the pre-activity for the Design Challenge-Aircraft Decoys. It is a web search worksheet covering the history and usage of Unmanned Arial Vehicles and Aircraft Decoys. Students should complete and discuss this activity before completing the design challenge.
Students will research what do to if they experience basic problems while using a computer and the correct way to troubleshoot. Students will complete two flowcharts. The first flowchart will cover what they should look for physically on the computer and Malware. The second flowchart will give th
This WebQuest is geared toward advanced students in 10th, 11th, and 12th grade.
Students are asked to take on the roles of employees working for a Non-Profit Organization. After reading Life in the Iron Mills and watching the 20/20 documentary "A Hidden America: Children of the Mountains", students
Are you teaching your students how to navigate the Internet? Are you teaching your students how to find information on a website? Are you trying to get your students to read the words on the screen? This Webquest is perfect. This allows them to explore one site and build investigative skills. It he
35+ Middle School Technology Projects for intermediate to advanced skill level. These projects and activities will save you so much time coming up with what to do during your computer lab time. Ideal for a technology teacher or media specialist.
What your students will gain:
This worksheet is a quick introduction to the concept of media literacy for high school students. It is a self-guided worksheet that can be used by itself or as an entry task to get students ready for a class discussion on the issue. Computer or iPad access required.
This digital breakout is aligned to the new GSE SS8E1 covering the four transportation systems in Georgia. This product can be used for enrichment or as a creative way for students to gather notes.
This virtual scavenger hunt has students working collaboratively & problem-solve. It is student-
DIGITAL ESCAPE ROOMS are a FUN and ENGAGING way for students to practice math skills and build problem solving logic and perseverance. Concert Caper is a great introductory digital escape that will have your students begging for more!
The Digital Escape Room will be completed by sharing the link pr