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Understand Subtraction as Addition of Additive Inverses, and Difference in Terms of Distance on the Number Line (7.NS.A.1c)

For Teachers 5th - 7th Standards
Four LearnZillion videos focus on a different method to use while subtracting integers such as integer chips, number lines, and an algorithm, and ends with a performance task.
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Choose Your Best Way

For Teachers 6th - 12th Standards
Classic graph theory problems of the traveling salesman and bridges of Konigsburg get the school treatment in this multi-age, multi-level activity. Learners distill a local map down to a few key locations, and then detail characteristics...
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The Tower of Epiphany | Think Like A Coder, Ep 7

For Students 6th - 12th Standards
New ReviewLet coding save the world. As part of her quest, the hero of the series must retrieve the Node of Creation from the Tower of Epiphany. This requires solving a computer programming puzzle to determine the energy needed to fill a basin...
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Time for Recess

For Teachers 5th Standards
Take some time off after deciding to use the unit on multiplying fractions. A set of ten engaging explorations teaches individuals how to multiply fractions using both area models and algorithms. A performance task that uses recess as a...
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Side-By-Side Division Algorithms

For Teachers 3rd - 6th Standards
Show classes how to work their way through the algorithms. The long division lesson plan shows five algorithms in dividing multi-digit numbers by a single digit. The algorithms include partial quotients, stacking method, place value long...
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How Do Self-Driving Cars “See”?

For Students 9th - Higher Ed Standards
What do you get when you mix LiDAR and integrated photonics technology? Why a self-driving car, of course. A fascinating short video describes how light detection and ranging, LiDAR for short, and integrated photonics technologies enable...
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How Filter Bubbles Isolate You

For Students 6th - 12th Standards
How do algorithms personalize each Internet user's online experience? Learners discover the answer in the fifth installment from the digital media literacy series. They explore the concept of the filter bubble, a term used to describe...
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Future Literacies: Crash Course Media Literacy

For Students 8th - 12th Standards
In what direction is our wired world going? Scholars prepare to interact with the technology of the future using a video from a series that focuses on media literacy. The narrator proposes viewers keep a skeptical mind as they interact...
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Can You Solve the Egg Drop Riddle?

For Students 6th - 12th Standards
100 floors, 100 Faberge eggs, one thief, and one escape vehicle. Young logicians put together what they know to determine how a thief can safely drop a fragile Faberge egg out a window of the city museum into her waiting truck and escape.
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The Long Division Algorithm

For Students 8th Standards
Two methods are always better than one! The eighth installment in this series asks pupils to convert decimals to fractions using two approaches. Individuals first use the more traditional approach of long division and then use reverse...
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Sorting Socks is Algorithm Complexity

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
Use hosiery to teach computer science. Scholars use socks to develop a set of algorithms. They find ways to find a particular sock from a set and ways to sort socks. Finally, they use their algorithms to consider time complexity.
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Vocabulary Representation (Grade 2)

For Students 2nd Standards
Reinforce math vocabulary with a reference sheet designed for a second grade classroom. Three pages consist of 17 terms, each listed, defined, and accompanied by a picture representation. Terms include ten frames, algorithm, arrays, and...
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Divide and Conquer—Santa’s Dirty Socks

For Teachers 4th - 12th Standards
The story "Santa's Dirty Socks" provides learners an example of a search algorithm that uses a divide and conquer system similar to a binary search algorithm. The included questions expand upon the concepts that follow the story.
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Lightest and Heaviest—Sorting Algorithms

For Teachers 3rd - 12th Standards
How do computers sort data lists? Using eight unknown weights and a balance scale, groups determine the order of the weights from lightest to heaviest. A second worksheet provides the groups with other methods to order the weights. The...
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Rational Number Project

For Teachers 4th - 6th Standards
Infuse your unit on fractions, decimals, and operations with a thorough module about rational numbers. With a teaching guide, learner examples, templates for instruction, and lesson rationale, the module is a solid way to emphasize the...
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Robotics and Future Technology

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
Here is an activity that allows class members to explore and research robotics and the idea of automation. Working with a gaming model, pupils write an algorithm to "automate" the solution. Individuals also conduct and present research...
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Can Robots Be Creative?

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
What is creativity, anyway? Check out this fascinating video on the potential for creativity from artificial intelligence. The resource provides insight into the world of computer programming and algorithms, while at the same time...
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Science of the Winter Olympic Games: Olympic Movement and Robotic Design

For Teachers 7th - 12th Standards
Here is a high-interest topic to inspire your engineering class: robots that can learn. These particular machines imitate the motion of athletes headed for the Olympic Winter Games. Hear from a professor of dynamics, systems, and control...
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Complexity - It's Simple

For Teachers 8th - 12th Standards
By providing a playful introduction to algorithm complexity and measuring complexity, this lesson gets the class up and moving and learning together. The authors expertly balance providing information about how algorithms are developed...
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Teaching Machines to Think Fuzzy

For Teachers 7th - 12th Standards
How do you teach a robot to think fuzzy? Class members are challenged by a scenario in which they must program a robot to stay within a given parameter from another spaceship, check to see if the precise directions work, and show how the...
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Linear Equations and Inequalities

For Teachers 5th - 7th Standards
This presentation offers an in-depth look into linear equations and inequalities. Here, teacher-orientated slides provide detailed information to share with your mathematicians, while student-oriented slides detail activities that...
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Solving a Simple Maze

For Teachers 7th - 12th Standards
It is a-maze-ing how lost one can get. Teams reconstruct a simple maze and solve it. Participants create an algorithm that a robot would follow in order to solve the maze as well. The activity includes an extension directing pupils to...
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Let's Make an AI That Destroys Video Games: Crash Course AI #13

For Students 9th - Higher Ed Standards
Now that we've made a video game, we might as well figure out how to beat it. Scholars create simple video games and then program an AI to defeat them in the 13th installment of the Crash Course Artificial Intelligence series. They...
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AI Playing Games: Crash Course AI #12

For Students 9th - Higher Ed Standards
Can AI beat humans at tic-tac-toe? The 12th episode in the Crash Course Artificial Intelligence series focuses on teaching computers how to play games. Scholars learn about historical attempts to teach checkers and chess, and see how the...