Task 4


Option 1: An inquiry question about computers or networks: Think of one curious question or investigation topic that could form the basis of an inquiry about computers or networks. Your question could be as open-ended as you like. Think of something that requires students to research and/or investigate. Suggest some resources or ways that the students might be able to investigate an answer to the question. The best questions are sometimes those that you don’t know the answer to. It might be that there is no easy answer! 
(Optional): When people post their curious questions about networks or computers, see if you can suggest some resources or even have a guess at answering the question!
Option 2: Create a classroom resource that compares humans to computers in some way. It could be the brain, the body, the senses or another comparison. Share the resource with the community along with a description of the resource and how it could be used in the classroom or for teacher professional development.
 

Option 3: Exploring past and present technologies: Share a lesson idea that involves exploring past and present technologies. You might prepare a resource, a lesson plan or some online content that accompanies your lesson. Share your idea with the community. If you are a teacher trainer, you might consider an idea for a professional development session.

Option 4: Think of and share an online remote learning activity idea that involves students learning about identifying different technologies and their purposes (or hardware and software more specifically) from their own home. Include what the students will be doing in the activity and how you would like them to share their learning with you or the class

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