MakerBot Teacher Giveaway – Make Sure to Have a Detailed Lesson Plan!
There is still a week to submit your email for the MakerBot Teacher Giveaway! The deadline for sending in your email is August 23rd!
As part of the submission process, we’re asking teachers to submit lesson plans so that we can start thinking in clear, structured ways about how a MakerBot could be effective in a classroom. Some submitted lesson plans don’t have enough information and detail so here is some information about lesson plans so that you can be sure that there will be enough information in your lesson plan for us to evaluate it.
There are lots ways to write a lesson plan, but most have the following components:
- Objectives: What do you expect the students to learn?
- Structured Lead In: How will you engage the students and connect the new learning to their life?
- Instructions: What are you going to teach? How are you going to do it?
- Independant Practice: What will you have the students do to demonstrate their new learning?
- Evaluation: How will students know if they have learned what you’ve taught them?
These are not rules set in stone. Every teacher has their own way of creating lesson plans to scaffold student learning. We won’t be evaluating you based on the structure of your lesson plans but on clarity, innovation, and curriculum integration shown in your lesson plan! We are excited to see how you are thinking about integrating a MakerBot into your curriculum and want as much detail as possible for the benefit of teachers everywhere who will follow in your footsteps to bringing the power of personal manufacturing into the classroom! If you have already submitted, but want to send another email with more details in your lesson plan, please do! The email to send in your submissions is [email protected].
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