sticky ISTE Standards and Amateur Radio


Steve Goodgame K5ATA
 
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One of the goals of this group is to create a resource for teachers to be able to post and find lesson plans/lesson ideas for individual standards. I will be posting a standard each week, in the hopes that people can create/post lesson plans or ideas that help to address the standard.

We all know that teachers have to post lesson plans for administrators to see/approve. This is one hurdle that I think we can help overcome as a group.  Eventually, I will take these and create a sort of repository that is searchable.

I will start out with the ISTE standards, then will move onto other standards such as the NGSS, etc. In order to keep things organized, I ask that you please post your ideas as a message in each topic. For example, if there is a topic labeled ISTE 1.1, post your lesson ideas under that topic. If you have lesson ideas for other standards, please create the topic with a sort of standardized look, such as ISTE 1.1, NGSS MS-PS3-1, etc.

Also, we know that teachers connect learning across multiple disciplines. We also know that principals like it when a lesson hits multiple standards. If a lesson/idea you post meaningfully hits multiple standards, it would be great if you could include those standards in the description. 

Let's all help each other out here, and make it easier to include amateur radio in schools!  Links to the standards will be placed below, and updated regularly as this group grows.

ISTE: https://www.iste.org/standards/iste-standards-for-students
NGSS (Next Generation Science Standards): https://www.nextgenscience.org/

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Steve Goodgame K5ATA
sgoodgame@...
Education and Learning Manager
American Radio Relay League


Pat
 

Hi Steve, 

Thank you very much for your offer of the Lesson Plans.  If you could also post in the repository a generic age-appropriate Lesson Plan outline plus a kind of “fill in the blanks” Lesson Plan form then I believe that you will get more (potential) Lesson Plans from members of this group.  

Case in point: take me.  I am an engineer who visits high school and universities to interface with students on Amateur Radio and other technical topics (e.g., the AMSAT CubeSat Simulator, POTA opportunities, Raspberry Pi projects).  

I have noticed a chasm that seems to exist between teachers and many technical persons.  So, these supplemental tools I suggest will help garner additional quality plans.  

With us able to view Lesson Plans (dated and with version number) in our repository, we can review them, use them as examples for writing plans, and propose edits and updates to improve selected plans.   

Can we make this so?  

Thank you for your support!  

Cheers, 

Pat N8PK 
in Maryland

On Mon, Jan 17, 2022 at 9:12 AM Steve Goodgame K5ATA <sgoodgame@...> wrote:
One of the goals of this group is to create a resource for teachers to be able to post and find lesson plans/lesson ideas for individual standards. I will be posting a standard each week, in the hopes that people can create/post lesson plans or ideas that help to address the standard.

We all know that teachers have to post lesson plans for administrators to see/approve. This is one hurdle that I think we can help overcome as a group.  Eventually, I will take these and create a sort of repository that is searchable.

I will start out with the ISTE standards, then will move onto other standards such as the NGSS, etc. In order to keep things organized, I ask that you please post your ideas as a message in each topic. For example, if there is a topic labeled ISTE 1.1, post your lesson ideas under that topic. If you have lesson ideas for other standards, please create the topic with a sort of standardized look, such as ISTE 1.1, NGSS MS-PS3-1, etc.

Also, we know that teachers connect learning across multiple disciplines. We also know that principals like it when a lesson hits multiple standards. If a lesson/idea you post meaningfully hits multiple standards, it would be great if you could include those standards in the description. 

Let's all help each other out here, and make it easier to include amateur radio in schools!

--
Steve Goodgame K5ATA
sgoodgame@...
Education and Learning Manager
American Radio Relay League

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Pat Kilroy 1
 
 
 


Rebecca Haynes
 

Hello Pat, 
  I am an educator and I love using google or canvas classroom. If feasible, can we communicate  and share best practices through this forum. I can create the group and all those interested can input their information on a google  form. Let me know your thoughts. 

On Mon, Jan 17, 2022 at 10:46 AM Pat <PatKilroy1@...> wrote:
Hi Steve, 

Thank you very much for your offer of the Lesson Plans.  If you could also post in the repository a generic age-appropriate Lesson Plan outline plus a kind of “fill in the blanks” Lesson Plan form then I believe that you will get more (potential) Lesson Plans from members of this group.  

Case in point: take me.  I am an engineer who visits high school and universities to interface with students on Amateur Radio and other technical topics (e.g., the AMSAT CubeSat Simulator, POTA opportunities, Raspberry Pi projects).  

I have noticed a chasm that seems to exist between teachers and many technical persons.  So, these supplemental tools I suggest will help garner additional quality plans.  

With us able to view Lesson Plans (dated and with version number) in our repository, we can review them, use them as examples for writing plans, and propose edits and updates to improve selected plans.   

Can we make this so?  

Thank you for your support!  

Cheers, 

Pat N8PK 
in Maryland

On Mon, Jan 17, 2022 at 9:12 AM Steve Goodgame K5ATA <sgoodgame@...> wrote:
One of the goals of this group is to create a resource for teachers to be able to post and find lesson plans/lesson ideas for individual standards. I will be posting a standard each week, in the hopes that people can create/post lesson plans or ideas that help to address the standard.

We all know that teachers have to post lesson plans for administrators to see/approve. This is one hurdle that I think we can help overcome as a group.  Eventually, I will take these and create a sort of repository that is searchable.

I will start out with the ISTE standards, then will move onto other standards such as the NGSS, etc. In order to keep things organized, I ask that you please post your ideas as a message in each topic. For example, if there is a topic labeled ISTE 1.1, post your lesson ideas under that topic. If you have lesson ideas for other standards, please create the topic with a sort of standardized look, such as ISTE 1.1, NGSS MS-PS3-1, etc.

Also, we know that teachers connect learning across multiple disciplines. We also know that principals like it when a lesson hits multiple standards. If a lesson/idea you post meaningfully hits multiple standards, it would be great if you could include those standards in the description. 

Let's all help each other out here, and make it easier to include amateur radio in schools!

--
Steve Goodgame K5ATA
sgoodgame@...
Education and Learning Manager
American Radio Relay League

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Pat Kilroy 1
 
 
 



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Respectfully,
Rebecca  Haynes 


Pat
 

Hello Rebecca, 

Thank you for your kind thoughts and valuable contributions.  

We already have a group list, right?   So, what’s next is a repository for Lesson Plans, and I think Steve is setting that up.  But I didn’t hear how.  

Let’s keep the ideas and actions moving.  Thank you for your support!  

Cheers,

Pat N8PK 
engineer 
in Maryland


On Mon, Jan 17, 2022 at 11:10 AM Rebecca Haynes <rosegstar@...> wrote:
Hello Pat, 
  I am an educator and I love using google or canvas classroom. If feasible, can we communicate  and share best practices through this forum. I can create the group and all those interested can input their information on a google  form. Let me know your thoughts. 

On Mon, Jan 17, 2022 at 10:46 AM Pat <PatKilroy1@...> wrote:
Hi Steve, 

Thank you very much for your offer of the Lesson Plans.  If you could also post in the repository a generic age-appropriate Lesson Plan outline plus a kind of “fill in the blanks” Lesson Plan form then I believe that you will get more (potential) Lesson Plans from members of this group.  

Case in point: take me.  I am an engineer who visits high school and universities to interface with students on Amateur Radio and other technical topics (e.g., the AMSAT CubeSat Simulator, POTA opportunities, Raspberry Pi projects).  

I have noticed a chasm that seems to exist between teachers and many technical persons.  So, these supplemental tools I suggest will help garner additional quality plans.  

With us able to view Lesson Plans (dated and with version number) in our repository, we can review them, use them as examples for writing plans, and propose edits and updates to improve selected plans.   

Can we make this so?  

Thank you for your support!  

Cheers, 

Pat N8PK 
in Maryland

On Mon, Jan 17, 2022 at 9:12 AM Steve Goodgame K5ATA <sgoodgame@...> wrote:
One of the goals of this group is to create a resource for teachers to be able to post and find lesson plans/lesson ideas for individual standards. I will be posting a standard each week, in the hopes that people can create/post lesson plans or ideas that help to address the standard.

We all know that teachers have to post lesson plans for administrators to see/approve. This is one hurdle that I think we can help overcome as a group.  Eventually, I will take these and create a sort of repository that is searchable.

I will start out with the ISTE standards, then will move onto other standards such as the NGSS, etc. In order to keep things organized, I ask that you please post your ideas as a message in each topic. For example, if there is a topic labeled ISTE 1.1, post your lesson ideas under that topic. If you have lesson ideas for other standards, please create the topic with a sort of standardized look, such as ISTE 1.1, NGSS MS-PS3-1, etc.

Also, we know that teachers connect learning across multiple disciplines. We also know that principals like it when a lesson hits multiple standards. If a lesson/idea you post meaningfully hits multiple standards, it would be great if you could include those standards in the description. 

Let's all help each other out here, and make it easier to include amateur radio in schools!

--
Steve Goodgame K5ATA
sgoodgame@...
Education and Learning Manager
American Radio Relay League

--
 
 
 
Pat Kilroy 1
 
 
 



--
Respectfully,
Rebecca  Haynes 

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Pat Kilroy 1
 
 
 


Steve Goodgame K5ATA
 

The repository is in the works, but it will take a little time before it is ready to go. The group list is more of a way for us to share ideas and ask questions. Things will morph over time into something much more robust, but everything has to start somewhere!
--
Steve Goodgame K5ATA
Education and Learning Manager
American Radio Relay League