Lessons for Technology

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  • Aquaculture: Down on the Salmon Farm - … New Hampshire Curriculum Framework Vermont Learning Standards Science and Technology E2: Science and technology are pursued for different purposes. Scientific inquiry is … , and who bears Science and Technology 4: Analyze the impacts of various scientific and technological developments. Science,Technology and Society 2f: Describe immediate and long-term consequences of various alternative solutions for science and/or technology
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  • Aquaculture: Down on the Salmon Farm - … to Clarify Make explicit the link between technological developments and aquaculture practices. For example, technology has given people the ability to simulate … Standards Roles and Responsibilities (5-8) 4.Technology has strongly influenced the Science and Technology in Society course of history and continues … needs, attitudes, and values influence the direction of technological development. 6. Rarely are technology issues simple and one-sided. Relevant facts alone …
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  • Climate Change - … the broader impact of any technological development the original purpose(s) of the technology; the benefits of the technology (both intended and unintended … negative consequences of technology. National Science Education Standards Content Standards (5-8) 2. Understandings about science and technology f. Technological solutions have intended … 3C: Issues in Technology (6-8) 5. New technologies increase some risks and decrease others. 6. Rarely are technology issues simple and one …
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  • Inventors of New England - … Concepts to Clarify Many students cannot clearly distinguish between the technology design process and the scientific investigation process. Research has shown … differentiating between science and technology, they most often express views that are negative toward technology.They tend to associate technology primarily with pollution … ; environment: low cost, low energy water purifier, oil clean-up technologies, smokestack scrubbers for removing particulates and odors, CO2 Detectors, satellite …
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  • Rocks and Nanobots: A Societal Interaction Impact Lab - … the rock technology; why or why not? + In the discussion of (rock) technology, attempt to emphasize that the rock is technology if it … of familiar technologies. + Ask the students if they can think of a technology that has affected their lives. + Either choose a technology named … Suggested Effects of Familiar Technologies sheet). List some benefits of this technology. [For a one-day lab, choose one technology to discuss. The …
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  • Time for Technology - … on technology's contribution to their home, recreational, and community life. Lesson #2: Seeing Technology Objective In this lesson, students will identify technology … each of the works individually, point out the technological aspects and describe how that technology has evolved. 4. If students do not … 's Technology Objective In this lesson students will develop ideas for new technology products that may or may not be realized as technology
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  • NetDay Speak Up Lesson Plan - … writing process Technology 4 -12 Standard 3: Understands the relationships among science, technology, society, and the individual ISTE National Education Technology Standards (http://cnets.iste.org/students/s stands.html) 3. Technology productivity tools * Students use technology tools to enhance … resources and technological innovations based on the appropriateness for specific tasks. 6. Technology problem-solving and decision-making tools * Students use technology resources …
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  • NetDay Speak Up Lesson Plan - … ) ISTE National Education Technology Standards (http://cnets.iste.org/students/s stands.html) 3. Technology productivity tools * Students use technology tools to enhance … resources and technological innovations based on the appropriateness for specific tasks. 6. Technology problem-solving and decision-making tools * Students use technology resources for solving problems and making informed decisions. * Students employ technology in …
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  • New Hampshire Unplugged - … define technology, give personal experiences of how technology affects people and how people have used technology. Students should be able to compare the technology of today with technology in one era of the past. Procedures Question: What is technology? o Have students brainstorm ideas about how technology
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  • New Hampshire Unplugged - … define technology, give personal experiences of how technology affects people and how people have used technology. Students should be able to compare the technology of today with technology in … . ASSESSMENT: Have the class discuss differences between today's technologies and technologies in Era 6. Devise evaluation rubrics and have students assess …
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