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Re: Mailing List for K-12 Open Source Questions



And to respond to myself, since I *do* love to hear myself talk... :)

What about something like this?

http://www.ces.ncsu.edu/depts/it/itaids/data/001/

Is this what people would consider a "lesson plan," or does it need to be
more fleshed out?  This is on a university web site -- but can something
like this be repurposed for high school use?

Can k12opensource.com serve as an aggregation point for "lesson plans" 
like this?

--g

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On Tue, 27 Jun 2006, Greg DeKoenigsberg wrote:

> 
> On Tue, 27 Jun 2006, Sankarshan Mukhopadhyay wrote:
> 
> > > Yeah.  The "lesson plan" thing is something I see over and over.
> > 
> > o Lesson Plan
> > o Content
> > o Delivery Medium
> > o Tracking of Lesson Delivery
> 
> OK, so let's take a practical approach that succeeds over and over: 
> identifying one good "lesson plan" and making it the model for others.
> 
> 1. Can we identify one good lesson plan for teaching something important?  
> Like, "teaching 5th graders to use a word processor"?  Does it exist 
> anywhere?
> 
> 2. Can we upload it to k12opensource.com?
> 
> 3. Can we then solicit "lesson plans wanted", that instructors with time 
> and know-how could write in a few weeks?
> 
> --g
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