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Into the Human Cell3D

Teaching the Human Cell through 3D simulation
Objectives
1) Students will gain a basic understanding of the Human Cell through 3D simulation and visualization,
2) Students will gain a deeper understanding of the components of the Human Cell and how they function together.
Activity
Students travel through the Human Cell in real-time 3D, helping them to visualize and understand it’s

Technology and the African American Inventor

The purpose of this lesson is to create an awareness and understanding that important technological advances within our culture, in a variety of areas, are the result of the work done by a diverse group of people, many of whom are African Americans. To this end, students will be actively involved in discussions, research, and sharing sessions. Between six and ten class periods will be necessary for this lesson.

Back Up

The Back Up game is used to formatively assess student knowledge of selected significant people and their contributions in the fields of communication, technology, and science and how these contributions have impacted society. The timeline activity formatively assesses student performance in reading and interpreting a timeline identifying the order of events.

Inventions 1: Edison and the Light Bulb

To introduce students to the realm and power of inventions, and help them to better recognize their impact on people and society.

Great American Inventors: Using Nonfiction to Learn About Technology Inventions

Students read a wide range of literature from many periods in many genres to build an understanding of the many dimensions (e.g., philosophical, ethical, aesthetic) of human experience.

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