Computer Literacy in the Classroom Part 2

As we prepare for more online learning in the near future, I am planning to start my first week getting to know my students while teaching them basic computer skills. This will make it easier on both of us once we begin our course modules. I am still working on four more lessons and one of them includes typing 🙂 Please feel free to share with other teachers, coaches, and administration that would love to implement more computer literacy in their classrooms and schools. Happy Tinkering!!!

Student Learning Outcomes

  • Students will learn how to bookmark.
  • Students will learn how to upload.
  • Students will learn how to take a screenshot.

This mini lesson is about getting digitally organized using the Bookmark feature while using keyboard shortcuts.

This mini lessons is designed to teach my students how to upload various applications and media while also introducing them to keyboard shortcuts.

This mini lesson focuses on getting to know the essential features we will use in Google Classroom while teaching them how to take a screenshot using keyboard shortcuts.

Published by Noemi Gonzalez

I'm an experienced high school English teacher sharing best practices to inform, to inspire and to reflect on my own craft. Love implementing new ideas and efficient systems that make teaching manageable. Teachers need a surmountable amount of support to help them survive, and every year comes with its own challenges. When I am not teaching or creating, I love hiking, running, anything outdoorsy! I am also a mother of two boys, one in college the other in his last year of middle school. Hope you can utilize what I create and share on this platform.

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