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  1. 1. Cell Savvy<br />A Lesson Plan<br /> By <br /> Daniela Gibbs<br />
  2. 2. Background of Science Standards<br />Accountability for Standards in Science<br />AAAS published Science for All Americans: Science for All (1990)<br />NRC published the National Science Education Standards (1995)<br />U.S Department of Education and The National Science Foundation endorses specified mathematics and science curricula (1992)<br />National Committee on Science Education Standards and Assessment makes statements (1992)<br />
  3. 3. Background in Science Standards<br />Technology used within science curriculum<br />As a productivity tool<br />Communicating ideas and information<br />Investigating with technological tools<br />Creating knowledge products<br />
  4. 4. Issues and Problems <br />The Narrowing Pipeline of Scientific Talent<br />Increasing Need for Scientific Literacy <br />Difficulties in Teaching K-8 Science<br />New Emphasis on and Controversies about Scientific Inquiry<br />
  5. 5. Technology Integrated Lesson Plan<br />Cell Savvy<br />Supporting Science Concept Learning<br />Allows simulating and modeling of scientific processes<br />Provides opportunities to engage in problem-solving activities.<br />
  6. 6. Technology Integration Strategy<br />Cellsalive.com<br />Interactive Presentations <br />with SmartBoard software.<br />Accommodations<br />Collaborative work emphasizes the ability for students of various learning levels to learn from one another<br />E.L.L <br />Gifted<br />Students of disabilities <br />
  7. 7. Lesson Overview<br />6 groups of about 4 students each. Each group is to be assigned a random “cell topic”: animal cell, plant cell, bacteria cell, mitosis, meiosis, and cell cycle. <br />Each group member are to either pair up or work individually on a computer as you navigate to the cellsalive.com website and read about their cell topic. <br />
  8. 8. Lesson Overview<br />Use SMART notebook on the specified topic to create a presentation on the SmartBoard. <br />The slides of the presentation are to have visuals and affects to create a sort of simulation for the class as though the groups are teachers. <br />

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