STEM Level III Learning Path

Posted 9/1/2018

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This learning path is designed to provide the educator with an advanced set of skills and knowledge for how to use technology in the classroom to support STEM learning objectives. This learning path includes all of the courses from STEM Level I and STEM Level II along with Minecraft and STEM, Digital Storytelling in STEM and Microsoft Imagine Academy.

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This course is designed for all educators from all subject areas who would like to know more about Computational Thinking and how it can be applied within cross-curricular educational settings.
1/12/2018
1 Hours

Required

Learn how to get started teaching a computer science class or even just integrating computer science into your curriculum.
2/28/2017
1 Hours

Required

This course teaches the basics and benefits of integrating physical computing with MakeCode in any subject area. It provides cross-curricular hands-on learning opportunities for participants within the MakeCode site. No additional items are needed to learn about MakeCode in this course. However, participants can work with materials such as micro:bit or Adafruit Circuit Playground if they have these available.
1/8/2018
1 Hours

Required

After completing Lesson One, you will be able to: Install and set up Minecraft: Education Edition for use Navigate Minecraft: Education Edition menus and settings
2/12/2018
30 Minutes

Required

After completing Lesson Two, you will be able to: 1. Understand the three ways you can start a Minecraft: Education Edition world 2. Navigate different Minecraft game modes and difficulties 3. Execute basic slash commands for world setup
2/8/2018
30 Minutes

Required

Lesson three is completed via our Tutorial World. After completing Lesson Three, you will be able to: Launch the Tutorial World Walk, use blocks, and swim in Minecraft Use your inventory and craft tools
2/12/2018

Required

After completing Lesson Four, you will be able to: 1. Understand Multiplayer World Overview 2. How to set up a multiplayer world 3. How to have other players join your world 4. How to join someone else's world as a player
2/8/2018
30 Minutes

Required

By combining their design and coding skills, students can create innovative solutions to real-world problems with the use of LEGO® MINDSTORMS® Education EV3.
10/15/2017
30 Minutes

Required

Problem-based learning (PBL) has become an integral part of the 21st century classroom. When students are faced with solving ill-structured, open ended, messy problems, they are pushed to think more critically and work collaboratively. Many Microsoft tools help support problem-based learning. This course has been developed to help you understand what PBL is and how to plan and implement a problem-based-learning experience in your classroom.
10/18/2017
1 Hours 30 Minutes

Required

Lesson Five is all about understanding what you're able to do as a teacher within Classroom Mode. After completing Lesson Five, you will be able to: 1. Understand the Classroom Mode overview 2. Install Classroom Mode 3. Open Classroom Mode 4. Change world settings using Classroom Mode 5. Communicate with students using Classroom Mode.
2/8/2018
30 Minutes

Required

Lesson Six is about understanding the tenets and best practices of successful classroom management when using Minecraft: Education Edition: 1. Building a positive learning community 2. Setting academic purpose 3. Planning your work 4. Using practical tips for classroom management 5. Remembering to have hard fun
2/8/2018
30 Minutes

Required

After completing Lesson Seven, you will be able to: 1. Understand the two main environments players use to play Minecraft 2. Explore gameplay styles and challenges 3. Survive the night, and beyond! 4. Get some basic gameplay tips
2/12/2018
30 Minutes

Required

Lesson Eight is focused on helping you connect your existing curriculum to Minecraft: Education Edition in ways that support your students' learning, this module will uncover: 1. Overview of a typical Minecraft lesson plan 2. Looking for curricular connections 3. Crafting your lesson plan 4. Reflection on your lesson plan
2/8/2018
30 Minutes

Required

After completing Lesson Nine, you will be able to: 1. Understand how to access slash commands and enabling cheats 2. Learn about X,Y,Z coordinates in Minecraft and relevance for teleporting and fill commands 3. Understand various ways you can target commands in Minecraft 4. Basic commands you will find useful when creating and managing learning experiences
2/8/2018
30 Minutes

Required

Lesson ten is focused on helping you integrate Code Builder into your lesson to help students with learning to code via Minecraft: Education Edition. 1. Why coding in the classroom 2. How to connect Code Builder to Minecraft: Education Edition 3. Sample of Code Builder activities 4. Connecting coding to your subject area
2/8/2018
30 Minutes

Required

My Minecraft Journey is an introductory course for anyone wanting to learn how to use Minecraft: Education Edition. There are 10 lessons to complete.
3/20/2018
5 Hours

Required

Learn how to run your own Maker Challenge with this course and earn 500 points!
10/12/2017

Required

By combining their design and coding skills, students can create innovative solutions to real-world problems with the use of LEGO® MINDSTORMS® Education EV3.
8/16/2017
30 Minutes

Required

By combining their design and coding skills, students can create innovative solutions to real-world problems with the use of LEGO® MINDSTORMS® Education EV3.
10/8/2017
1 Hours

Required

This course will give you a deeper understanding of why digital storytelling is beneficial for learning and how you could use silent videos created in the Sensavis Win 10 app to make learning in STEM subjects more accessible, fun and exciting for all students.
10/5/2017
45 Minutes

Required

11/28/2016
30 Minutes

Required

No matter your comfort level with technology this course will teach you about what the Hour of Code is and specifically how to facilitate an Hour of Code event for your students.
8/26/2018
1 Hours

Required

Minecraft: Education Edition empowers educators and students to engage in student-centered, collaborative and global environments. Through this course, participants will see the various ways that Minecraft lends itself to embedding multiple STEAM elements across disciplines. This course shares many tips, advice and resources for educators who are new to Minecraft, or those who need a refresher on controls, crafting, and basics of the game.
8/22/2018
1 Hours

Required

Minecraft: Education Edition empowers educators and students to engage in student-centered, collaborative, and global environments. Through this course, participants will dive into the circuitry capabilities of Redstone by viewing demonstrations and detailed directions about how to implement these features. This course shares many tips, advice, and resources for educators and students who are new to Minecraft, or those who need a refresher on controls, crafting, and basics of the game.
8/18/2018
1 Hours

Required

This course is a continuation of Building Blocks of Code 1 and will provide information on Microsoft's commitment to computer science, applying the Hour of Code, and navigating Microsoft's MakeCode.
10/31/2018
1 Hours

Required

Learn about computational thinking, block coding and how to get started with the Minecraft Hour of Code tutorial that is part of Computer Science week.
8/20/2018
1 Hours