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Welcome to MMS Technology Literacy Class!
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Read an overview of our curricula below.
Simple and Powered Machines
Driving Question: Can you design and build a LEGO prototype of a machine to solve a real-world problem?
*Systematic Observations and Measurements
*Display/Communication of Data Using Diagrams, Drawings, Tables, Etc.
*Predictions and Conclusions
*Evaluating the Significance and Limitations of Created Solutions
*Web 2.0 Tools
Introduction to Computer-Aided Design
Driving Question: Can you design a 3D model to plan for the construction of a new or improved product, living space, work place, or recreational environment?
*Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Regulations and Other Building, Safety, and Accessibility Codes
*Online Research/Reliable Sources
*Spreadsheet Software--History and Use
*Digital and Oral Presentations
Creative Computing and Special Topics
Driving Questions: Can you communicate with the computer to design a problem-solving application? What are today’s hot topics in Tech? How do (or will) these issues affect society?
*Computational Thinking Through Explorations of Scratch, App Builder, HTML and Other Computer Languages
*Sequence, Loops, Parallelism, Events, Conditionals, Operators, Data
*Working Iteratively and Incrementally
*Testing and Debugging
*Reusing and Remixing
*Abstracting and Modularizing
*Current Events in Technology