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

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