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    Models for Introducing Technology
    A Standards-Based Guide

    These resources provide strategic directions for developing contemporary, beginning-level units and thematic instruction compatible with Standards for Technological Literacy: Content for the Study of Technology (STL). Content includes curriculum goals and objectives, instructional strategies and sequences, content connections, and sample student assessment strategies. The information contained in these guides will assist teachers in beginning to implement STL and can also be used by state, provincial, and local curriculum developers in creating standards-based curriculum. 166 pages, 2003. (Download)

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    EbD-TEEMS Grade 6: Our World and Me - Members $26 - Nonmembers $31
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    Our World and Me serves as a capstone experience for sixth-grade learners using hands-on inquiry and design as they explore robotics through the engineering field of mechatronics. Mechatronics is an interdisciplinary engineering field that focuses on the integration of mechanical, electrical, and software systems. This sixth-grade curriculum extends ITEEA’s EbD-TEEMS Integrative-STEM Curricula for K-6 as the students create an interactive automaton that (1) educates others about environmental impacts caused by humans/technology, OR (2) presents a new idea on how to reduce human/technological impacts on the environment. P266e $31; Members $26 (Download)

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    Technology Starters
    A Standards-Based Guide

    These resources provide strategic directions for developing contemporary, beginning-level units and thematic instruction compatible with Standards for Technological Literacy: Content for the Study of Technology (STL). Content includes curriculum goals and objectives, instructional strategies and sequences, content connections, and sample student assessment strategies. The information contained in these guides will assist teachers in beginning to implement STL and can also be used by state, provincial, and local curriculum developers in creating standards-based curriculum. 180 pages, 2002. (Download)

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    Riding the Elementary T.I.D.E. is a project developed for students in grades two and three. Each unit focuses on a different facet of the acronym TIDE (Technology, Innovation, Design, and Engineering). The units are each about three hours long and contain background material for the teacher as well as an age-appropriate design challenge for the students. Funding for the units was provided by the NEA. Units:
    The GREEN Mission: Students are introduced to simplified steps that make up the design process and are then asked to design a solution to a packaging problem for G.R.E.E.N. Incorporated. This environmentally friendly company is hosting an Earth Day contest to seek out ideas for sustainable and cost-effective ways to package products that could be purchased on the Internet.
    The Garden Gadget Gala: Students will learn the difference between invention and innovation and will then be asked to interview an older person to get an idea as to what garden tools they have difficulty using. The interview responses will be used to innovate the garden tools that students will bring to class. After the students have changed the garden tool using play dough and other materials, they will present their ideas to a panel of invited guests.
    Technology in a Bag: In this unit students will begin to understand that common materials can be used for more than just their intended purpose. Students will also begin to recognize that particular materials are used to make products in order to fit their intended purpose.
    Investigative Minds: Students begin to understand how products work by taking them apart using simple hand tools, and exploring their inner workings. By doing this they will recognize a variety of different materials, mechanical parts, and uniquely shaped pieces. Through these activities they will also be introduced to two engineering fields.

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    EbD™-NASA STEM Design Challenge
    Elementary Units:

    Moon Power: Focus: Energy and Power. Incorporates technological literacy, science, mathematics, language arts, and social studies standards. Available as a stand-alone unit in two tracks: Design and Build or Design and Evaluate.

    Moon Munchies: Focus: STS-118 Lunar Plant Growth Chamber. Incorporates technological literacy, science, mathematics, language arts, and social studies standards. Available as a stand-alone unit in two tracks: Design and Build or Design and Evaluate.

    Package includes both units. (CD)

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    Models for Introducing Technology
    A Standards-Based Guide

    These resources provide strategic directions for developing contemporary, beginning-level units and thematic instruction compatible with Standards for Technological Literacy: Content for the Study of Technology (STL). Content includes curriculum goals and objectives, instructional strategies and sequences, content connections, and sample student assessment strategies. The information contained in these guides will assist teachers in beginning to implement STL and can also be used by state, provincial, and local curriculum developers in creating standards-based curriculum. 166 pages, 2003. (CD)

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    Models for Introducing Technology
    A Standards-Based Guide

    These resources provide strategic directions for developing contemporary, beginning-level units and thematic instruction compatible with Standards for Technological Literacy: Content for the Study of Technology (STL). Content includes curriculum goals and objectives, instructional strategies and sequences, content connections, and sample student assessment strategies. The information contained in these guides will assist teachers in beginning to implement STL and can also be used by state, provincial, and local curriculum developers in creating standards-based curriculum. 166 pages, 2003. (Print)

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    Technology Starters
    A Standards-Based Guide

    These resources provide strategic directions for developing contemporary, beginning-level units and thematic instruction compatible with Standards for Technological Literacy: Content for the Study of Technology (STL). Content includes curriculum goals and objectives, instructional strategies and sequences, content connections, and sample student assessment strategies. The information contained in these guides will assist teachers in beginning to implement STL and can also be used by state, provincial, and local curriculum developers in creating standards-based curriculum. 180 pages, 2002. (CD)

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    Technology Starters
    A Standards-Based Guide

    These resources provide strategic directions for developing contemporary, beginning-level units and thematic instruction compatible with Standards for Technological Literacy: Content for the Study of Technology (STL). Content includes curriculum goals and objectives, instructional strategies and sequences, content connections, and sample student assessment strategies. The information contained in these guides will assist teachers in beginning to implement STL and can also be used by state, provincial, and local curriculum developers in creating standards-based curriculum. 180 pages, 2002. (Print)

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    EbD-TEEMS™: Grade 5: Community Connections Young learners explore the twenty-first century challenge of restoring and improving urban and community infrastructure. This fifth grade Building Block in the TEEMS Integrative Curriculum integrates STEM concepts through the environmental context of human impact and the sustainable use of land. Students collaboratively investigate community infrastructure by exploring transportation, communication, and public services. P257CD Grade 5 (html, pdf, and Word files on CD)