This course uses instructional videos and creative projects to teach students how to use G Suite applications like Docs, Sheets, and Slides.
If/Then Adventure Story
The technology your students will use in their careers may not exist yet. Prepare them with practices like communication, collaboration, and research.
The curriculum's project-based format allows students to apply their new skills to real, relevant problems.
Ground students in digital citizenship and encourage them to use technology tools safely and responsibly.
Self-paced videos deliver instruction in this "blended learning" model. Students work independently with minimal whole-class instruction and teacher planning, freeing instructors to give individualized attention and foster student growth.
Computers are invaluable tools for creative problem solving. Students gain computational thinking and programming skills, then use them to break down problems, analyze potential outcomes, and develop practical solutions.
The self-paced curriculum and variety of activities give every student the opportunity to explore their interests, use their strengths, and develop important skills and ideas.
Lessons extend beyond application features and simple how-to. They are a platform for students to express ideas, collaborate with others, analyze and solve problems, and create.