6th – 12th Grade
Virtual Social Studies & Cross-Curricular Art
Coding Unplugged: Graph Paper Coding (November Lesson)
Coding doesn’t always have to be done on a computer! Students will experience some of the core concepts of coding by “programming” their friends to draw a picture.
International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) Standards:
- Computational Thinker 5d Students understand how automation works and use algorithmic thinking to develop a sequence of steps to create and test automated solutions.
Kansas College and Career Ready Standards for Math:
- M.P 1 Make sense of problems and persevere in solving them.
- M.P 2 Reason abstractly and quantitatively.
- M.P 3 Construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others.
- M.P 4 Model with mathematics.
- M.P 5 Use Appropriate tools strategically.
Virtual Team-Building and Social-Emotional Character Development Lessons
6th – 12th grade
Stop! Collaborate and listen…to the members of your team. In this team building session students will attempt to follow directions in a game called “Are You Listening?” We will then collaborate in groups of four to create outrageous stories and learn a little bit more about the perspectives of others in our class.
Need better, deeper community in your classroom? This team building session provides fun activities that will help your students learn more about each other.
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There are many times in life when we think we are communicating clearly and completely. It becomes frustrating when the people we are directing can’t seem to follow simple instructions. In this team building activity we will discuss effective communication and the barriers that hinder us from communicating effectively.
Leadership. This buzzword is spoken to students all the time. But what does it mean? What does it look or sound like? In this session, we will determine how to best lead ourselves and others.
Need something to puzzle your brain? This team building session will offer fun, problem solving activities that will get your students’ brains turning and working together. Lab prep required.
Your class has planned the trip of a lifetime. However, on your way there, the plan malfunctions and you become stranded in the middle of nowhere and must survive! In this team building session, we will discover the benefits of collaboration opposed to working alone. We will also look at how roles in a group play an important part of our daily survival.