Reflection: Lesson Planning Slash Your Carbon Footprint - Section 1: Engage: Listen To It


Integrate technology into your lesson planning. Technology is more than a should be a seamless component of your curriculum. Before adding technology to a lesson, here are some questions to think about:

How do you want to incorporate technology into the lesson?

What is your goal for using technology with this lesson?

How is the lesson better with technology?

What do I want my students to learn by using technology?

Some online resources that I found to be useful when lesson planning include:

NPR News - There is also an NPR News app for your tablet and/or Smartphone

NPR Podcasts

Science360 - National Science Foundation (also available as an app)

SciFri - Science Friday Podcasts (produced by Science Friday Initiative, nonprofit organization)

Additional Resources: Read about How To Integrate Technology

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Slash Your Carbon Footprint

Unit 9: Earth's Resources
Lesson 3 of 4

Objective: SWBAT explain energy consumption. SWBAT create & analyze a bar graph showing annual energy consumption.

Big Idea: How much energy do you consume? America's electricity is used to power Smartphones, tablets, and other devices. Students learn how to slash their carbon footprint.

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Science, energy consumption, Data Use and Analysis, Energy, carbon footprint, bar graph
  40 minutes
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