[IAEP] Lesson Plan resources
walter.bender at gmail.com
Thu Jul 17 12:08:08 EDT 2008
Another potentially useful exercise would be to take one (or more) of
these lesson plans, e.g., something from
http://www.halcyon.com/marcs/lessons.html, and make a detailed guide
to how to enrich it within the context of everything Sugar has to
offer. A meta guide to leveraging Sugar regardless of where the
learning goal comes from: generative or handed down from above.
On Thu, Jul 17, 2008 at 10:52 AM, Chris Leonard
<cjlhomeaddress at gmail.com> wrote:
> I've created a page linked off of the EducationTeam/KnowledgeBase page, if
> there is somewhere better for it to hang, feel free to move it.
> From time to time, I stumble across really nice collections of lesson plans
> or curriculum development materials posted in some dusty corners of the
> Internet. They may not all be Constructionist or posted under open
> licenses, but many do provide potentially useful modules of curricular
> content that can either be adapted or at least serve as examples. Please
> feel free to reformat or add links to this page, that's what wikis are for.
> I am also of the opinion that perhaps one way to address the often raised
> issue of how to get educators involved with Sugar Labs is to begin by
> reaching out ot those educators that have shown a commitment to sharing
> their ideas and enough technology-savvy to get them posted on a web-page.
> Some may need a little indoctrination into the arcana of open licensing, but
> you have to believe their heart is in the right place. I think that running
> down the impressive set of links found on an aggregating site like this and
> reaching out to kindred spirits may be a place to start, you can't complain
> that teachers didn't showed up to your party if you didn't bother to send
> them invitations.
> This is a far step from lofty goals of reinventing education, but there may
> be some bricks from that old school building we can re-use.
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