Classroom Resource Category: Course Level Resources

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CTE Middle School Framework & Leadership Equivalency

This framework incorporates the new (2017) Washington State CTE Framework Template and incorporates the Common Core Standards for Math/ELA, NGSS and WA CS standards along with an aligment of FIRST LEGO League to the 21st Century Skills.
 

CTE High School Framework & Leadership Equivalency

This framework incorporates the new (2017) Washington State CTE Framework Template and incorporates the Common Core Standards for Math/ELA, NGSS and WA CS standards. 
 

CTE Science Course Equivalency Framework & Leadership Equivalency
This resource includes the PROPOSED (OSPI approval in progress) CTE Science Course Equivalency Framework and Leadership Equivalency for offering a high school science credit for STEM Robotics 101.

Scope and Sequence: Course-at-a-Glance & Customization Guide
This resource  provides a color-coded overview of the STEM Robotics 101 EV3 scope-and-sequence and a course customization guide.

Instructional Resources
This section describes and provides the links for EV3 resources used/linked throughout this curriculum or presented as alternative content sources. From this section you can print various user's guides and other guides that will aide in the understanding of the material covered.

FIRST LEGO League Standards Alignment
This resource is an alignment of FIRST LEGO League with Common Core, Next Generation Science Standards and 21st Century Skills for 4th grade, 5th grade and 6-8 grades as well as the "Transforming Teaching: FIRST LEGO League as a Classroom Resource for 21st Century Learning"

EV3 Lessons for Tablet EV3 Programming Apps (iPad & Chromebook)
This resource is a series of PowerPoint lessons by EV3Lessons.com adapting their tutorials to iPad and Chromebook App version of EV3-G. These lessons may be used a Primary Instructional Material for programing lessons in Units 1 through 7 in STEM Robotics 101 EV3 for iPad/Chromebook users.

Tech Workforce Videos
This resource is a collection of video vignettes from students, professionals, business owners and college instructors talking about STEM workforce opportunities in Washington State.