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    • Computer Programming Computer Programming Vinny Garrison Brian Perry Christopher PolizziNanuet School District
    • This is ONEmodel Technology Education Electives Science or Math Enrichment After school
    • QuickTime™ and a mpeg4 decompressor are needed to see this picture.What Most Schools Don’t Teach
    • Technology and Engineering understand, and The capacity to use, Literacy evaluate technology as well as to understand technological principles andstrategies needed to develop solutions and achieve goals. Systems ThinkingCo-relate programming with other math and science disciplines to encourage systems thinking and the ability to see connections between the parts that interact to form a whole. Students are learning how to test, debug, reverse engineer, and breakdown problems.
    • •Make • Engagement•Tinker • Exposure•Design g • Understandin•Create
    • Top Paying Future Growth Careers• Computer Engineering• Chemical Engineering• Computer Science• Aerospace Engineering• Mechanical Engineering
    • “By 2018 there will be 3x as many CS and Engineering jobs as applicants. This goes beyond CS and Engineering. Learning CS and Engineering teaches problem solving skills, new ways ofbreaking down complex scenarios, and a means to build something tangible in our software and mechanical driven age.”
    • 5th Grade Technology • STEM Portfolio Website• Digital Literacy/Internet Safety• AutoDesk Inventor CAD 3d Design (Coffee Table and Spinning Top)• PhotoShop (2013 Illustrator to Laser Cutter)• Gamestar Mechanic Computer Programming Game Design
    • 5th Grade Technology • STEM Portfolio Website• Digital Literacy/Internet Safety• AutoDesk Inventor CAD 3d Design (Coffee Table and Spinning Top)• PhotoShop (2013 Illustrator to Laser Cutter)• Gamestar Mechanic Computer Programming Game Design
    • 5th Grade Technology • STEM Portfolio Website• Digital Literacy/Internet Safety• AutoDesk Inventor CAD 3d Design (Coffee Table and Spinning Top)• PhotoShop (2013 Illustrator to Laser Cutter)• Gamestar Mechanic Computer Programming Game Design
    • 5th Grade Technology • STEM Portfolio Website• Digital Literacy/Internet Safety• AutoDesk Inventor CAD 3d Design (Coffee Table and Spinning Top)• PhotoShop (2013 Illustrator to Laser Cutter)• Gamestar Mechanic Computer Programming Game Design
    • • Design, Create,Technology6th Grade Compete Spinning Tops (Woodshop and MakerBot)• Scribbler Robotics 1 (Introduction to Robotics)
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    • 7th Grade Technology • AutoDesk Inventor CAD 3d Design (CO2 Cars Printed on MakerBot) • Introduction to Design and Engineering (West Point Bridge Builder) • Scratch I from MIT (Intro to Computer Programming)
    • 7th Grade Technology • AutoDesk Inventor CAD 3d Design (CO2 Cars Printed on MakerBot) • Introduction to Design and Engineering (West Point Bridge Builder) • Scratch I from MIT (Intro to Computer Programming)
    • 7th Grade Technology • AutoDesk Inventor CAD 3d Design (CO2 Cars Printed on MakerBot) • Introduction to Design and Engineering (West Point Bridge Builder) • Scratch I from MIT (Intro to Computer Programming)
    • 7th Grade Business (Design) Elective• Stock Market Financial Literacy• Company Design• Product Design (MakerBot and Laser Cutter)
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    • 7th Grade Computer Programming Elective• Scratch 2• AppInventor 1 App Design from MIT and Google• Lego Mindstorm Robotics Pilot
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    • • CO2 Cars with SkecthUp CAD Program 8th Grade Technology (Woodshop Design Print Wheels)• Scribble Robots 2 (Advance Programming with Sensors)
    • 8th Grade Technology Elective• AutoDesk Inventor CAD 3d Design (Ornament Design printed on 3d MakerBot)• KODU Microsoft & National Science Foundation Video Game Programming Language for xBox & PCs
    • 8th Grade Technology Elective• AutoDesk Inventor CAD 3d Design (Ornament Design printed on 3d MakerBot)• KODU Microsoft & National Science Foundation Video Game Programming Language for xBox & PCs
    • 8th Grade Computer Programming Elective• AppInventor 2 App Design• ALICE from Carnegie Mellon (Video Game Programming)
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    • High School, College, and Career Ready• Success for ALL students• Digital Literacy --> HS Web Design• Scribbler/Mindstorms --> HS Robotics• Tech Ed --> Principles Engineering & DDP• Computer Programming --> HS Math & College EngineerInternships in Engineering & ComputerScience
    • STEMScience & Math Engagement through Technology, Engineering, Design, Creation, Programming, & Robotics
    • “The manufacturing labs host such modern machines as a 3D printer that can use computer assisted designs to turn out working thermoplastic models ranging from new mechanical inventions to chess pieces. A laser cutter engraver, fast becoming a standard in industrial shops nationwide, can do its work from computer generated designs on objects up to 2 x 3 feet.”
    • http://mrpolizzi.wikispaces.comcpolizzi@nanuetsd.orgbriperry@nanuetsd.orgvgarisso@nanuetsd.org