Lessons for Computers

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  • Where in the United States are We? - … classroom that students will be able to access the computer. If extra computers are needed then talk to teachers within your building … their individual sections in the classroom. The student computer ratio was 5 per computer. Allowing students to work on their part of … students' computer time? Each group would be assigned a computer. That group would have preference over anyone else using that particular computer during …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-5
  • Word Processing and Internet Planet Report - … to computer ratio? There were 5 or 6 students per computer and I have 5 computers. How did you schedule your students' computer time? In my class I have a regular 15 min. computer … finished on the computer. What was the location of the computers and other technology equipment used by students? The computers are located at …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-5
  • ACID RAIN: Webquest/PowerPoint - … student to computer ratio? I have 8 very slow computers in my classroom and one new and fast computer. Two of the computers are … new computer lab with 28 computers. This enabled most students to have access to their own computer. I also reserved the Albertson Computer Lab … are often unavailable for class scheduling) * Students have access to computers (Computers are mostly older and are very slow in the library …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • Weather is Cool,Hot, or Somewhere In-Between - … a computer. Resource Management What was the student to computer ratio? My school is fortunate to have a new computer lab with 28 computers … access to their own computer. I also have one new computer and seven ancient (but with Internet access) computers in my room. How … to your classroom) and a new computer lab with 28 working computers. There are also computers in the library that students are permitted …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • Modeling Hot and Cold Planets - … temperature. The activity concludes with a comparison of physical and computer models, evaluating their strengths and limitations in simulating the conditions … object." ? Describe relative strengths and limitations of physical and computer models. ? ? ? ? ? ? ? Materials Computers to run the Radiation Balance Model. It is suggested … by the system. Teacher Notes  Topic , Activity B: Experimenting with Computer Models Activity C OPTIONAL Approximating the Average Surface Temperature of …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • Expected Value - … Student Teacher Computations Experimental probabilities are computed correctly. Theoretical probabilities are computed correctly. Experimental expected value is computed correctly. Theoretical expected value is computed correctly … N = No Evidence Shown Student Teacher Computations Standard deviation is computed correctly. Confidence intervals are computed correctly. Predictions Predictions of propositions passing or …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • Clearinghouse on Reading Lesson Plans - … reading and writing skills by using computers. Objective To introduce students to the use of computers as a means of developing their … software to write ordinary letters to their computer pals. They key their messages into the computer, print them out, and mail or … : Write a letter to introduce yourself. Use the computer to introduce yourself to your Computer Pal. Tell him/her about your interests … that is interesting to both you and your Computer Pal. You now know your Computer Pal quite well. Choose a topic we …
    User Rating: Grade Level: K-5
  • Invention: Computer Technology - … encyclopedia dated 1980 or earlier, with an entry for computer * A computer with Internet access Procedures 1. Ask students if they know … designed his mechanical computer in 1834. Why did it take electronics to make a practical computing machine? 2. The computer came from research … ! The Computer Collection One man's collection of old computers! Pierce Computer Collection Great links and photographs of the technological development of computing and …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • Metalloids - … the evolution from the earliest computers to the first popular personal computers. Each group should select five computers that they think best reflect … timeline) http://oldcomputers.net/ + Computer History Museum: Timeline (Computers) http://www.computerhistory.org/timeline/timeline.php? timeline_category=cmptr + Computer Closet Collection: Classic Microcomputers … most common choices? How did these computers change the face of the computer industry? How have computers changed since the 1980s? 7. Challenge …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • Understanding Computing - … ., 1993 Futuristic and present applications, timelines of computers' development, definitions, jargon, and illustrations of computer parts are all presented in a highly … way of communicating with a computer. Examples include mouse, keyboard, joystick, microphone, scanner, modem. Context: A computer needs a way to connect … Processing Unit. The computer's microprocessor chip, often referred to as the brains of the computer. Context: It [the computer] needs a brain …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
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