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Lesson Plan for CS, IT Systems: Hardware & Software

Lesson Plan for CS, IT Systems: Hardware & Software

The goal that will be addressed during this lesson is to provide students with the essential concepts and skills to evaluate IT Systems for different purposes and environments. When faced with different types of tasks, environments or situations, students will be able to analyze and evaluate the several IT Systems that are available to them today. Picking the IT solutions that will make them more efficient and productive in solving everyday problems. They will be able to write technology proposals with critical thinking, thus becoming more informed shoppers of technology and being able to give informed opinions or good advice to others.

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Alejandro Gonzalez
7 years ago

This lesson had both a meaningful and very relative purpose. The objective to educate on adequate systems for different types of people is a great motivator. This lesson is very open as teaching methods could vary from in class to online. I think it is a very flexible yet structured lesson with great technology integration in online environments like Moodle or Glogster.

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The lesson will address many aspects of computer systems, this is wonderful as it would really educate a learner how a system works, both from the hardware to communicating with the software, and applying purpose depending on the user’s objectives.

Time spent reviewing site: 10 minutes
Reaz Shaheed
Reaz Shaheed (Staff)
7 years ago

Being a Technology Support Specialist myself, I like the fact that the lesson is a specific goal oriented and that it involves strategies that are student-led. The technology used in the plan covers a fairly wide range of tools from web based discussion forum, to hands-on tangible activities on hardware. The application of UDL principle of Expression is found in the final output on Glogster.

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PDF file easily accessible and readable on any platform.

Time spent reviewing site: 15 minutes