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Search Back-to-School Technology Activities: The challenge for teachers is to present something new; something challenging and motivating; something within the framework of the students' own experience; and, perhaps most important, something students can succeed at. Early success is the first step on the road that we hope will end in a positive learning experience for our students.
Twenty-one activities to introduce your students to technology success! They give depth to the room and help the students see the insides of a computer. During the first week of school, we discuss the computer parts -- the mouse, keyboard, monitor, and so on -- and talk about the rules for computer use.
Then I give each student a bingo card. You can either create bingo cards with Microsoft Excel -- they fill in the choices from a pre-made list -- or visit Teachnology and create your own. As I hold up pictures of the computer parts, students cover the name with markers.
If you really want to get adventurous -- or if you have a little spare time -- you can use clip art to make the bingo markers in the shape of a mouse, CD, etc.
Laminate them, and they'll last forever!
Computer Bingo helps reinforce the parts of a computer in a fun way. Where are the computers located? Do you know how to handle a power cord?
The survey includes multiple choice, true and false, and essay questions. Afterward, we review the questions in order to get a rough estimate of the students' knowledge and to answer questions for those who didn't understand the survey. During the discussion, I go into detail about the computer, computer safety, rules, and procedures.
We also talk about how technology shapes our lives. The next day, we go over the list and discuss it. First, the students are introduced to the computer terms.
This is very important because most of the terms are not part of the students' vocabulary. Each student then receives a set of cards.
When 'Simon' calls out a computer term, students select that card and hold it next to the matching item on their computers. For instance, students would hold the keyboard card by the keyboard.
Playing Simon Says a few times is all that's needed for students to grasp new terms to use in the lab and in their classrooms. I organize the students into groups of four.
Each group gets a large sheet of butcher paper and crayons or markers.
They are asked to brainstorm with their group what is inside the computer and how it works. Then they share their work. You'd be amazed at some of the drawings and at the creativity of the students.Title Authors Published Abstract Publication Details; Easy Email Encryption with Easy Key Management John S.
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Published: Mon, 5 Dec What are the major causes of information systems failures. What strategies can organisations take to face the challenges and ensure the success. Back-to-School Technology Activities: Get Kids Excited for School "Most teachers fear the words 'We did that before,'" Tech Team member Dave Figi tells Education World.
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