MYP Design Technology<br />Julie Lemley<br />jlemley@canacad.ac.jp<br />
MYP Technology Requirements: Course Hours<br />Minimum 50 hours/year per subject for all students in Years 1 –5<br />** Du...
Our Model for MYP Technology Instruction<br />Computer Technology + Design Technology= Combined Technology<br />
At Canadian Academy: <br />Hybrid Approach<br /><ul><li>Design Technology Course – (35 hours) in
Once per week Grades 6 –8
Integrated Projects (minimum 15 hours)
Integrated into other MYP subjects in Grades 6 –8 </li></li></ul><li>MYP (Design)Technology Vs. Technology (ICT)<br /><ul>...
Uses the design cycle as a model for thinking
Students are expected to solve problems
Focus on the whole design process rather than the product
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  1. 1. MYP Design Technology<br />Julie Lemley<br />jlemley@canacad.ac.jp<br />
  2. 2. MYP Technology Requirements: Course Hours<br />Minimum 50 hours/year per subject for all students in Years 1 –5<br />** Due to some academic requirements, some students are not in a Design course, but will be exposed to Design Technology through integration. **<br />
  3. 3. Our Model for MYP Technology Instruction<br />Computer Technology + Design Technology= Combined Technology<br />
  4. 4. At Canadian Academy: <br />Hybrid Approach<br /><ul><li>Design Technology Course – (35 hours) in
  5. 5. Once per week Grades 6 –8
  6. 6. Integrated Projects (minimum 15 hours)
  7. 7. Integrated into other MYP subjects in Grades 6 –8 </li></li></ul><li>MYP (Design)Technology Vs. Technology (ICT)<br /><ul><li>Technology is an MYP subject
  8. 8. Uses the design cycle as a model for thinking
  9. 9. Students are expected to solve problems
  10. 10. Focus on the whole design process rather than the product
  11. 11. ICT (Information Communication Technology) integrated in all classes
  12. 12. Teaching of skills such as: researching (accessing information), word processing, creating presentations, video editing, etc.</li></li></ul><li>Using the Design Cycle as an Approach to Learning<br />INVESTIGATE<br />DESIGN<br />PLAN<br />CREATE<br />EVALUATE<br />
  13. 13. Example Problem:<br /><ul><li>Guided – How can I create a fast solar powered car out of recycled materials?
  14. 14. Open– How can I organize myself better?</li></li></ul><li>MS DESIGN LAB<br />
  15. 15. MYP Technology Assessment<br />
  16. 16. <ul><li>Check your child’s blog – they all have one!
  17. 17. Check my blog:
  18. 18. http://blog.canacad.ac.jp/wpmu/designtech/
  19. 19. Look at pictures
  20. 20. Engage your child in discussions</li>
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