Secondary Lesson Plan Resources

A Pen by Curtis Andres

Secondary Lesson Plan Resources


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Computer Science-in-a-Box: Unplug Your Curriculum (website)

Computer Science-in-a-Box: Unplug Your Curriculum introduces fundamental building blocks of computer science -- without using computers. Use it with students ages 9 to 14 to teach lessons about how computers work, while addressing critical mathematics and science concepts such as number systems, algorithms, and manipulating variables and logic. NCWIT is pleased to offer Computer Science-in-a-Box: Unplug Your Curriculum in cooperation with the authors of Computer Science Unplugged. So unplug your computer, and get ready to explore computer science!

 

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Computational Thinking (CT) Materials (website)

Incorporate computational thinking (CT) into your curriculum with these classroom-ready lesson plans, demonstrations, and programs (available in Python and Pencil Code). All materials in this collection have been aligned to both core subject and CS education standards.

 

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CS Discoveries (website)

We believe that everyone is creative, inventive, and imaginative. We believe that everyone can create the future and change the world. So we have dedicated our lives to making easy-to-use invention kits.




 

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Girls Who Code (website)

Girls Who Code was founded with a single mission: to close the gender gap in technology. We’re building the largest pipeline of future female engineers in the United States.


 

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Made With Code (website)

Girls start out with a love of science and technology, but lose it somewhere along the way. Let’s help encourage that passion in teen girls. Simply put, code is a tool that lets you write your story with technology. If you can code, you can communicate your ideas with a computer or a program so they can be brought to life in bigger, brighter, and more creative ways.

 

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Maker Projects: A Five-Pack of Design Challenges and LAUNCH Projects (website)

Each LAUNCH Project includes the following: Maker Project (1-2 lessons) with lesson plans, student notebook, PPT slides, and custom video Design Challenge (5-6 lessons) with lesson plans, student notebook, PPT slides, and custom video Comprehensive Design Challenges and Maker Projects to use with any classroom 1. Design the Ultimate Roller Coaster 2. Create a City for Superheroes 3. Design Your Own Pinball Machine 4. Capture the Castle 5. Build Your Own Board Game Email or call Sheila Bowman or Curtis Andres for more information

 

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w3schools (website)

A web developers site, with tutorials and references on web development languages such as HTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP, SQL, W3.CSS, and Bootstrap, covering most aspects of web programming. The site derives its name from the World Wide Web (W3), but is not affiliated with the W3C.