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 |[[https://www.cs.nmt.edu/~mst/HtmlDoc/LessonPlan_Intro.html|Introducing students to the importance of Computer Science]]|Students will go between four stations:[[https://www.cs.nmt.edu/~mst/HtmlDoc/LessonPlan_Center1.html|Abacus math and art]], [[https://www.cs.nmt.edu/~mst/HtmlDoc/LessonPlan_Center2.html|Historical figures]], [[https://www.cs.nmt.edu/~mst/HtmlDoc/LessonPlan_Center3.html|Vocabulary and discusson questions.]], and [[https://www.cs.nmt.edu/~mst/HtmlDoc/LessonPlan_Center4.html|Sorting and recording data.]] After all stations students should be able to demonstrate what they know/want to know about computer science.| |[[https://www.cs.nmt.edu/~mst/HtmlDoc/LessonPlan_Intro.html|Introducing students to the importance of Computer Science]]|Students will go between four stations:[[https://www.cs.nmt.edu/~mst/HtmlDoc/LessonPlan_Center1.html|Abacus math and art]], [[https://www.cs.nmt.edu/~mst/HtmlDoc/LessonPlan_Center2.html|Historical figures]], [[https://www.cs.nmt.edu/~mst/HtmlDoc/LessonPlan_Center3.html|Vocabulary and discusson questions.]], and [[https://www.cs.nmt.edu/~mst/HtmlDoc/LessonPlan_Center4.html|Sorting and recording data.]] After all stations students should be able to demonstrate what they know/want to know about computer science.|
 |[[https://www.cs.nmt.edu/~mst/HtmlDoc/LessonPlanBrendajulissaDiaz.html|Binary numbers with a dice]]|Data in computers is stored and transmitted as a series of zeros and ones. How can we represent words and numbers using just these two symbols?| |[[https://www.cs.nmt.edu/~mst/HtmlDoc/LessonPlanBrendajulissaDiaz.html|Binary numbers with a dice]]|Data in computers is stored and transmitted as a series of zeros and ones. How can we represent words and numbers using just these two symbols?|
 +|[[https://www.cs.nmt.edu/~mst/HtmlDoc/CarlosCarreonSummer2020.html|Getting to know your computer/laptop]]|Children learn the names of the parts of a laptop (computer) and get a basic introduction to how it works. Assembling a laptop (computer) model with cutouts reinforces their understanding of computer terms.|
 +|[[https://www.cs.nmt.edu/~mst/HtmlDoc/CherylClarksummer2020.html|Internet Safety and Educational Technology]]|All students will use digital tools to access, manage, evaluate, and synthesize information in order to solve problems individually and collaboratively and to create and communicate knowledge.|
 +|[[https://www.cs.nmt.edu/~mst/HtmlDoc/KathyrnGonzalessummer2020.html|Algorithm Introduction]]|In this lesson, students develop a preliminary understanding of sequencing and algorithms. They view a Flocabulary video on algorithms and discuss ideas about the definition of an algorithm. The class works as a whole group to complete the Algorithmic Thinking Worksheet. Students then work in pairs to create alternatives to the whole group algorithm.Finally, they work in teams or as individuals on Lightbot sequencing or with Beebots.|
 +|[[https://www.cs.nmt.edu/~mst/HtmlDoc/MaryYalnatysummer2020.html|Concepts of code]]|Students will create a sequence of commands (called code) that will cause an animated figure named Daisy to move.|
 +|[[https://www.cs.nmt.edu/~mst/HtmlDoc/MunireddyPadmavathiSummer2020.html|Internet usage]]|Encourage research methods on particular topic. Internet practices using search engines. Using Social networking. Use critical thinking skills to make informed decisions and communicate in a variety of ways online and to work cooperatively as a group.|
 +|[[https://www.cs.nmt.edu/~mst/HtmlDoc/ThotaSummer2020.html|Basics of computers]]|Explore how to use a mouse. Learn about some of the tools used to move around and between computer windows. Complete a scavenger hunt about what they learn.|
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 [[https://wiki.cs.nmt.edu/doku.php?id=mst:k-5-comments|Here's]] the link again to the comment/discussion page for the above K-5 Plans. [[https://wiki.cs.nmt.edu/doku.php?id=mst:k-5-comments|Here's]] the link again to the comment/discussion page for the above K-5 Plans.
  
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 |[[https://www.cs.nmt.edu/~mst/HtmlDoc/ADINOSurveyofComputerScienceLessonPlan.html|Decimal to Binary conversions]]|Convert numbers between decimal and binary number systems.| |[[https://www.cs.nmt.edu/~mst/HtmlDoc/ADINOSurveyofComputerScienceLessonPlan.html|Decimal to Binary conversions]]|Convert numbers between decimal and binary number systems.|
 |[[https://www.cs.nmt.edu/~mst/HtmlDoc/ST589_mattlesson.html|Relationships of Computer Components A Reference Flipbook]]|In this lesson, students will investigate the relationships between the most common essential components of computer systems.  Creating a physical representation of these relationships allows students to more easily understand how computers work and, therefore, how computers can be used to meet the needs of the user. | |[[https://www.cs.nmt.edu/~mst/HtmlDoc/ST589_mattlesson.html|Relationships of Computer Components A Reference Flipbook]]|In this lesson, students will investigate the relationships between the most common essential components of computer systems.  Creating a physical representation of these relationships allows students to more easily understand how computers work and, therefore, how computers can be used to meet the needs of the user. |
 +|[[https://www.cs.nmt.edu/~mst/HtmlDoc/ADINOSurveyofComputerScienceLessonPlan.html|Decimal to Binary]]|Convert numbers between decimal and binary number systems.|
 +|[[https://www.cs.nmt.edu/~mst/HtmlDoc/DannySleightSummer2020.html|identity, authentication and authorization]]|Upon completion of this lesson: Students will understand ways in which attackers gain unauthorized access to systems and data. Students explore identification, authentication, and authorization. They explore how credential-based attacks are used to gain unauthorized access to systems and data.|
 +|[[https://www.cs.nmt.edu/~mst/HtmlDoc/FernandoMartineznSummer2020.html|The NM Pueblo Revolt/Technology Class]]|Design a creative and interactive informational sharing presentation. Work on a team or individually to create informational presentation. Use the design process to plan, create and evaluate their presentation. Adhere to fair use and multimedia copyright guidelines and cite sources for copyrighted materials in all work. Identify reusable components from existing code. Employ debugging techniques to identify errors in their code. Select age-appropriate graphics and images to make their game more attractive to the intended audience. Share their final presentation with an appropriate audience.|
 +|[[https://www.cs.nmt.edu/~mst/HtmlDoc/KimberlyKaimesummer2020.html|Website Development:HTML Debugging]]| Students will work with a partner to read and analyze html code, identify bugs (errors), and rewrite the code correctly|
 +|[[https://www.cs.nmt.edu/~mst/HtmlDoc/MattSimpsonSummer2020.html|Adding Style to a Basic Webpage]]|Students will discuss previously presented knowledge on HTML syntax and structure with a partner.  Students will write responses to guiding questions, make alterations to computer code, sketch and write representations of a partner’s webpage code.|
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 [[https://wiki.cs.nmt.edu/doku.php?id=mst:6-8-comments|Here's]] the link again to the comment/discussion page for 6-8 grade plans. [[https://wiki.cs.nmt.edu/doku.php?id=mst:6-8-comments|Here's]] the link again to the comment/discussion page for 6-8 grade plans.
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 |[[https://www.cs.nmt.edu/~mst/HtmlDoc/AmberBraden.html|Converting Base 10 to Base 16]]|Students will be able to fluently divide multi-digit numbers to convert Base 10 to Base 16| |[[https://www.cs.nmt.edu/~mst/HtmlDoc/AmberBraden.html|Converting Base 10 to Base 16]]|Students will be able to fluently divide multi-digit numbers to convert Base 10 to Base 16|
 |[[https://www.cs.nmt.edu/~mst/HtmlDoc/DelaraLessonPlanMST589.html|Artificial Intelligence]]|Students will learn how to distinguish types of problems that are solved best by humans, and those best solved by computers.| |[[https://www.cs.nmt.edu/~mst/HtmlDoc/DelaraLessonPlanMST589.html|Artificial Intelligence]]|Students will learn how to distinguish types of problems that are solved best by humans, and those best solved by computers.|
 +|[[https://www.cs.nmt.edu/~mst/HtmlDoc/A.LopezOlivassummer2020.html|Use of Algorithms in Creating Dichotomous Keys ]]|Develop a understanding of Algorithms and how they can be used to develop a dichotomous key. [[https://www.cs.nmt.edu/~mst/HtmlDoc/A.Lopezworksheetsummer2020.html|Attached Worksheet]]|
 +|[[https://www.cs.nmt.edu/~mst/HtmlDoc/AllanDinoSummer2020.html|Anatomy of a HTML tag]]| Identify the anatomy of an HTML tag and write the closing tag given the opening tag of an HTML element.|
 +|[[https://www.cs.nmt.edu/~mst/HtmlDoc/AmberBradenSummer2020.html|Decimal to hexadecimal conversions]]|The students will be developing a skill of converting decimal to hexadecimal.|
 +|[[https://www.cs.nmt.edu/~mst/HtmlDoc/ArnelDelCruzsummer2020.html|Intro to HTML and website devolpment]]|This lesson prepares students to take the role of a web developer by introducing them to web page design and applying it to the creation of web pages. Students will learn to plan, through storyboarding, and code their web pages using basic html codes. The basics of html will be introduced as a method for describing features that students can use to design and develop web pages based on their interests and preferences.|
 +|[[https://www.cs.nmt.edu/~mst/HtmlDoc/DelaraSharmaSummer2020.html|Introduction to HTML]]|Students will need to share a working HTML program, displaying a heading, body, and footer text.|
 +|[[https://www.cs.nmt.edu/~mst/HtmlDoc/MarkRyanSummer2020Plan.html|App Design Introduction]]|Students will be able to identify the steps of the waterfall model of software development. Students will be able to brainstorm an idea for a mobile app. Students will be able to identify the “requirements” of their app (what does it need to be able to do). Students will be able to explore the integration of their favorite app. Students will be able to define and identify a wireframe model. Students will be able to draw a wireframe of three functions of their favorite app.|
 +|[[https://www.cs.nmt.edu/~mst/HtmlDoc/MistyTorresSummer2020.html|Binary numbers]]|In this lesson, students will practice representing numbers in binary (base 2), transitioning from the circle-square representations they made in the last lesson. Students will create and use a "Flippy Do", a manipulative which helps students convert between binary (base 2) and decimal (base 10) numbers. They will practice converting numbers and explore the concept of place value in the context of binary numbers.|
 +|[[https://www.cs.nmt.edu/~mst/HtmlDoc/TiffanyThrontonsummer2020.html|Intro to algorithms]]|To introduce students to the ways computers utilize algorithms to process information.Students will be able to demonstrate an introductory-level understanding of algorithms through the use of sorting.|
  
 [[https://wiki.cs.nmt.edu/doku.php?id=mst:9-12-comments|Here's]] the link again to the comment/discussion page for 9-12 grade plans. [[https://wiki.cs.nmt.edu/doku.php?id=mst:9-12-comments|Here's]] the link again to the comment/discussion page for 9-12 grade plans.
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