Code Help Request: If you have additional questions or need help with this process, email Yihuan Dong (email@example.com). In Canvas, fill out a Code Help Request Form
This Google form helps us collect information about your request so that we can help with your request better. We will contact you with the email address that you provided in the request form about the questions and the progress regarding your request.
Upload Relevant Resources
Content Area Lesson Planning Help If you need support with lesson planning, timing or want to talk through implementation, reach out to Ashley Andrews, the Infusing Computing project manager. Ashley is available at firstname.lastname@example.org or on Slack @Ashley Andrews.
Uploading Your Completed Lesson Plan and Materials
Once you have taught your lesson, you should upload it and all related materials in Canvas.
To upload, go to the Academic Year Support module in Canvas. You will see individual folders for each item to upload.
Add you revised lesson plan, video of the lesson being taught, and any related artifacts. Be sure to complete both the pre- and post-implementation surveys.
If you cannot locate this section of Canvas, please email or Slack Ashley Andrews.
Materials to upload: Once you have implemented your lesson, the following items should be added to Canvas.
CT infused lesson plan - Please include any updates you made from your original lesson created during summer 2020.
Video recording of the lesson
Student work samples
Any relevant Snap files or other artifacts
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