MYP Design Overview/Scope and Sequence
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Unit TitleStatement of InquiryGlobal ContextKey ConceptRelated ConceptsATLsObjectivesContent / Knowledge / SkillsISTE Standard FocusResourcesDesign: DD, PD or DD+PDexamples of unitsCommand Terms
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Introduction to DesignThe process of invention through the Design Cycle helps us identify functions and communicate our own ideasPersonal and Cultural ExpressionCommunicationFunction, InventionResearch Skills, Thinking SkillsA, CDescribe the Design Cycle methodology and demonstrate understanding of the system with a simple project where each steps are described. Define the phase of the Cycle and outline their objectives. State the advantages of this approach and present a project that helps you summarize the Design Cycle methodology. Use high-order thinking questions to make students understand scenarios when they could express themselves or their culture in the process of making and how the process of the Design Cycle helps identify different purposes (functions).Knowledge Constructorhttp://www.spencerauthor.com/why-design-thinking/ and http://dschool.stanford.edu/use-our-methods/ Paper circuits: chibitronics, Scribe circuits, LittleBits. Books: IB Design Guide.DD + PDFanny/Arif: intro to the design cycle. Could integrate a hands-on projects (DD or PD or both) and follow the cycle. Example of project: scribbe circuits / paper circuits.Construct, Design, Present
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Developing programming skillsThe function and development of computers can be explained through forms of languagesScientific and Technical InnovationDevelopmentFunctionThinking Skills, Self-Management SkillsC, DDemonstrate knowledge in using modern programming language, design and test algorithms, consider complexity, efficiency, and correctness. Use variables and functions.Computational ThinkerArduino, RaspberryPi, Scratch MIT, The App inventor, Kodu, Hour of Code, Spheros, Alice programming, Udemy, Tynker, Code Academy, Made with code, Processing, Computational Thinking with Google, Books: Super Scratch Programming Adventure-By LEADDDFanny/Arif: any coding intro, game design on Scratch, Unplugges activities in the beginning but outcome is DD, Arduino+Littlebits, RaspberryPi beginner projects, Create an app, remote control a robot (dash and dot, sphero) and understand the language, possible integration with Maths, Making mathematical concepts visible.Consturct, Create, Describe, Demonstrate
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Trash to treasureThe upcycling of old material help us adapt, innovate and become more sustainable communitiesScientific and Technical InnovationCommunitiesInnovation, Adaptation, Sustainability, ErgonomicsThinking Skills, Social Skills, Communication SkillsB, C, DDefine what sustainability can look like in the context of "upcycling". Demonstrate creativity and inventivity and adapt to current innovation trends. Identify needs and design, justify and evaluate your creation. Construct with physcial material that may include digital inputs.Innovative DesignerRecycling material, various material, toolsPDFanny: Upcycling challenge (cardboard chair?). Making a mural? Making a sensory wall for preschoolers? Making a marble machine (pegboard).Analyse, Define, Decribe, Evaluate, Justify, State
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Modern programming equipmentsThe use of robotic resources help us create new functions through programming systemsIdentities and RelationshipsSystemsFunction, ResourcesSocial Skills, Communication SkillsA, BDemonstrate knowledge in using modern programming language, design and test algorithms, analyze algorithms by considering complexity, efficiency, and correctness. Construct correctly functioning programs involving simple and structured data types, compound boolean expressions and sequential, conditional and iterative control structures.Computational ThinkerLego Mindstorm EV3, Arduino, SpherosDDFanny/Arif:Coding arduino with processingConstrunt, Create, Proritize
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