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Women in Tech: Past, Present and Future!

About the Lesson

Recommended grades 3-5

This 3-part unit explores gender inequality and engages students in activities and discussions around different experiences and perspectives. Highlighting influential women in tech, students learn about past pioneers and form their own opinions on equality in the tech field. At the end of the unit, students express their opinions in writing to effect change in their school community.

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