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Btsn dt-techpresentation2012

  1. 1. MYP Design Technology Julie Lemley MYP Design Technology Teacher Middle School ICT Coordinator jlemley@canacad.ac.jp
  2. 2. MYP Technology Requirements: Credit 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. 3. Our Model forMYP Technology Instruction Computer Technology Food Technology Materials Systems
  4. 4. Grade 6:Design Technology CourseOnce per week (35 contact hours)Integrated Projects with other MYP subjects in Grades 6 – 8Grade 7 & 8:Design Technology CourseTwice per week (over 50 contact hours)Integrated Projects
  5. 5. Using the Design Cycle as an Approach to Learning INVESTIGATE DESIGN PLAN CREATE EVALUATE
  6. 6. Example UNITS: Guided – How can I create a fast solar powered car out of recycled materials? Open– How can I organize myself better?
  7. 7. MYP (Design)Technology Vs. Technology (ICT) Technology is an MYP subject  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 ICT (Information Communication Technology) Integrated in all classes, including DT  Teaching of skills such as: researching (accessing information), word processing, creating presentations, video editing, etc.
  8. 8. Living with Laptops• Please check your child’s blog regularly.http://blog.canacad.ac.jp/wpmu/studentusername• Tech Talks provided for all teachers, parents, and students in the Atrium • Monday afternoons from 3:30 – 4:00 pm • Tuesday mornings from 8:00 – 8:30 am.

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