Kindergarten Technology

  • Recommended Grade Level: K
  • Course Price: $375.00

Course Overview:

The Elementary introduction to Technology courses will enable students to develop basic skills in computer science through engaging and age-appropriate content. The courses will expose students, within developmentally appropriate stages, to concepts such as problem solving and algorithms, security/privacy/copyright, computer programming basics and keyboarding skills. Students will learn block based coding in offline environments in kindergarten through 2nd grade and will build upon those skills in online coding environments in grades 2-5. In addition to the computer skills, the Technology suite integrates standards from Social Studies, Health, and Language Arts with topics in each grade about safety and health (online and offline), bullying/cyberbullying, and being a responsible citizen/digital citizen. The upper grades will complete research projects focused on adaptive technology, social media and/or robotics. The research projects require students to evaluate reliable and relevant websites, organize research, receive and implement feedback, and produce a final product. Collaboration and communication are also focused on in each grade level as integrated language arts standards and the math practice standards can be found throughout the courses.

Required Materials:

Student-Supplied Resources: 

  • Printer 
  • Disk space on your computer as well as external device to back up your files (flash drive, external hard drive, CD–Rom, etc.) 
  • Cell phone to take photo of student's work or scanner to scan student's work 
  • Interactive Notebook (three-ring binder) 
  • Pencils 
  • Erasers 
  • Scissors 
  • Crayons and colored pencils 
  • Glue 
  • Tape 
  • Ruler 
  • Printer paper 
  • Multi-colored paper 

Module Specific Materials: 

Module 1 

  • Recording device 

Module 2 

  • Recording device 
  • Friend or family member for interview 

Module 3 

  • Presentation software or video recording device 
  • Recording device 

Module 4 

  • Presentation software or video recording device 
  • Recording device 

Free Downloads: 

  • Java 
  • Windows Media Player 
  • Apple iTunes


Module 1: Talk It Out 

  • 01.00 Talk It Out Module One Pretest
  • 01.01 Communication
  • 01.02 Who made the first computer?
  • 01.03 On The Hunt For Computers
  • 01.04 How To Handle Electronic Devices
  • 01.05 Talk It Out Module One Review And Discussion-Based Assessment
  • 01.06 Talk It Out Module One Assessment

Module 2: My Digital World 

  • 02.00 My Digital World Module Two Pretest
  • 02.01 Making Tasks Easier
  • 02.02 What is a digital artifact?
  • 02.03 Using Computers At Work
  • 02.04 Search And Send
  • 02.05 My Digital World Module Two Review And Discussion-Based Assessment
  • 02.06 My Digital World Module Two Assessment

Module 3: Super Digital Citizen 

  • 03.00 Super Digital Citizen Module Three Pretest
  • 03.01 Cyber Safety
  • 03.02 What is cyberbullying?
  • 03.03 Balancing Act
  • 03.04 Be A Digital Citizen
  • 03.05 Super Digital Citizen Module Three Review And Discussion-Based Assessment
  • 03.06 Super Digital Citizen Module Three Assessment

Module 4: Task Attack 

  • 04.00 Task Attack Module Four Pretest
  • 04.01 Problem Equals Solution
  • 04.02 It's so simple!
  • 04.03 Algorithm Rhythm
  • 04.04 Thinking Like A Programmer
  • 04.05 Details, Details, Details
  • 04.06 Task Attack Module Four Review And Discussion-Based Assessment
  • 04.07 Task Attack Module Four Assessment

Awards, Approvals, and Accreditation

  • inc-1500
  • Cognia Advanced
  • International Association for K-12 Online Learning
  • National col-2dot4legiate Athletic Association
  • Northwest Accreditation Commission Board
  • Washington OSPI
  • University of California
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  • Department of Education - Idaho
  • Arkansas Department of Education
  • MWBE
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