CONTENTS You'll need to relink these chapters to the correct pages. I don't think it needs page numbers as such.
About this book
This is your chance to share your best ideas to implement the New York State Education Standards for Computer Science and Digital Fluency. Add in your links, lesson plans, and resources to make your lessons come alive!
ABOUT This page can be used for small amounts of text, or to add more text, try to ensure the spacing around the edge remains equal.
Get in touch
Reach out to Laurie Guyon at Email lguyon@wswhebocesms Twitter @smilelearning
HOW TO USE THIS BOOK
TEXT You can use this as a general text page. For greater amounts of text move the titles up and try to maintain roughly equal spacing top and bottom
Hello and Welcome! In this book you will find curated resources, lessons, and ideas for you to integrate the New York State Education Computer Science and Digital Fluency standards into your curriculum. These standards should not add to your load, but rather enhance your lessons. The activities should integrate into what you already do.
Explore the resources for your grade level, but be sure to also explore the resources in other grade levels as they may still apply with slight alterations, or it might spark an idea for something you can use. Not all of the lessons and activities are free and they are marked as paid if a purchase or subscription is needed. As always, check with your school administration and technology department before you sign up or use any tool that collects personally identifiable information (PII). Make sure the tools align with your Edlaw 2D approved list for your district.
If you have ideas you would like to add, please reach out! We want this to be something useful for all!
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Generally, full colour pages work well when juxtaposed against a white page (when viewed in Read mode).