Technology gadgets clip art in a hand rendered crayon effect! A high quality set of hand rendered clip art containing a variety of different gadgets. This clip art set includes: • TV • Computer • Laptop • Wireless mouse • Smartphone • Tablet •
Computer Port clip art that you can use for FREE in your worksheets. This set includes the following ports: - Parallel Port - Serial Port - Monitor Port - P/S 2 Mouse Port - P/S 2 Keyboard Port - USB Port All colour coded and ready to go in a
This is a collection of 10 keyboard shortcut posters. Each poster states the keyword for the short cut. It then gives the keyboard keys to type. All you need to do is print the posters, pin them up on your bulletin board and start teaching. I
I Pads for the 21st Century Classroom shows the educator how to develop a effective web-baesd curriculum for use on the IPad in the classroom and for use in the home. This essential guide demonstrates how both educators and students can effectively
Scratch is a programming language designed by MIT which allows young people to learn the important programming concepts in a media rich environment. This booklet is part of a pack which is designed for teachers to have an 'off the shelf' resource
The 21st Century Technology Handbook: Integrating Technology Across the Curriculum is an essential textbook that teaches educators about integrating technology as a learning tool across the curriculum. This book forms the foundation for educational
As Workstation Trainers we looked high and low for games and puzzles related specifically to hardware and software training. When we could not find anything that met our training needs, we decided to create our own. This is a small sampling of the
This worksheet is for students to complete after reading the handout "Basic Computer Maintenance" or after being instructed as to what Temporary files are or defragmentation, etc. It also offers the links to several free software sites for cleaning
This is an informational reading sheet that is 3.25 pages long containing information to help the student understand how to keep a computer running more smoothly. This reading can be used along with the work sheet called Basic Computer Maintenance
The 9 square activities allow students to work on and practice key vocabulary. The PDF's are printed and then cut into 9 pieces for students to reassemble.
NEED AN ACTIVITY FOR EARTH DAY April 22, 2013? YOUR STUDENTS WILL LOOOOOVE THIS EASY TO FOLLOW ORIGAMI LADYBUG ACTIVITY! The best part?!?!?! THE ORIGAMI PAPER IS INCLUDED!!! Origami in the classroom helps to create an environment of hands-on
This is the unit I use to introduce computer applications, or any computer-based class. The unit includes: -2 PowerPoint presentations: Computer Basics and Internal Hardware -2 fill-in-the-blank notes pages to accompany PowerPoints -2 activities to
I use this lesson with Photoshop so my students can give me a printout of all their work from specific units in a one page format. I know this works with Photoshop CS2 and CS3. This does not work with Photoshop CS4 unless you have added the
With the introduction of Computing, this superb booklet (with 6 lessons worth of material) introduces students to Python Programming. Covering all lessons in this booklet provides students with the foundations to become better programmers and solve
This product contains displays of computer shortcuts that will help students and teachers to remember the easy shortcuts on the computer! Displays include: Cut, Copy, Paste, Undo, Print, Select All, Save, Bold, Underline, Italic & Find.
TeachingComputing Series 1: A complete series (powerpoint based) covering an Introduction to Comptuer Science and Programming (includes basics needed for GCSE and A Level Computing Syllabus). Arranged with carefully considered pedagogy, innovative
A quick and easy introduction on using a CAD software program to design a file for 3D printing. A step-by-step guide on how to create a personalized keychain using a CAD software program (a walk-through is provided using Tinkercad for reference).
This is a list of Proposed Curriculum Topics that can be covered during the Microsoft PowerPoint unit covered in a computer science class. Other Computer Science Resources and Lessons: Curriculum Topics for Microsoft Excel Microsoft Excel
This is a step by step tutorial on how to use Adobe Flash CS3 to create a "pop the balloon" style game. Students will implement the on(press) if statements and variables. Includes Handout for the students as well as the origional swf file to use in
These handy signs will help your students know the short cuts for basic functions on their apple computer. The signs included are copy, paste, cut, select all, and undo.
This lesson is designed for teachers to show students how to use electronics properly in the classroom. Included in this powerpoint is: -PowerPoint over the use of elctronics -electronics check out sheet -quiz over the use of electronics with answer
In this false interactive tutorial students will learn how to write method signatures and method bodies for constructors, accessors and modifiers. There is one additional section for a method that has both parameters and a return type. Each
This is the java version of the iPhone/iPod app SpaceDunes. There is detailed lesson plans of every step in getting your students to create their own graphical game using java. All .java files are included along with a teacher solution. See the
This FREE resource provides educators and students with fun and helpful sites, links, and activities related to integrating technology into the classroom. Try it, you'll like it!
This is a PowerPoint presentation set up in the form of a Jeopardy game. There are two files--regular and Double Jeopardy which are designed for review and/or assessment at the end of a course in computer concepts. There are five categories in each
Create an Inviting School Computer Lab. I did it at a district Middle School Alternative School. Use your technology and digital media strategically and capably in your computer lab. Besides having students improve their keyboarding skills on a
To get the students excited about Google Earth, I tell them that we are flying around the world. I give each student a boarding pass and the seat number of where they are to sit. I even make some of them First Class tickets to reward the good
Torque 2D is an interactive 2D game development product used by thousands of game developers and developed by GarageGames. Torque 2D could be used to teach math and basic programming for many ages. Many of us at GarageGames have previously worked in
Students use images/pictures/graphics constantly in their school work and no doubt will continue to do so for the rest of their lives. These two lessons (Understanding Images Lesson 1 and 2) aim to explain the two main types of graphics:
This Word Search contains 85 words that have an association with Apple Computer. A KEY is provided. This is a PDF file and ready for immediate duplication. This would be a good filler activity in a computer technology class or economics class. It
This is the first chapter from the book Go Berserk making websites with HTML and CSS. It teaches how to create a coloured web page using only Notepad. By the end of the chapter you will be able to: 1. understand how HTML tags work 2. create and
TeachingComputing Series 1: Bring teaching the wonderful subject of Computer Science alive! A complete series (powerpoint based) covering an Introduction to Comptuer Science and Programming (includes basics needed for GCSE and A Level Computing
This presentation describes how to install the Java Development Kit (JDK) on the Windows operating system. This guide is useful for new Java programmers.
This is the test I give Computer Applications students after we discuss computer basics and internal hardware (both of those lessons are available in my store). The test includes matching, multiple choice, and short answer discussion
This desktop publishing activity can be completed in Word or Publisher. Students first create a fictional business and logo, and then use that logo to create other documents: letterhead, a business card, an envelope, and a marketing flyer. This
Web Design & HTML Programming Unit 1: Revision Revision questions to the theoretical part introduced previously in Unit 1, including among others: Basic framework of an HTML document Website title in the browser bar Headings using
Learn basic skills in Microsoft Word 2013 while you prepare for certification. You’ll discover how to create and format documents, how to use pictures, create a professional newsletter and more! Other Recommended Microsoft Word 2013 Sample Files
Unit 1: Practical Part – Immersion and Enhancement Complex Assignment #2 Practice of the following elements introduced beforehand in the theoretical part: Basic framework of an HTML document Website title in the browser bar Headings using
A poster that celebrates Charles Babbage as one of the first computer scientists. This is one of a series of computer scientist posters that we created to be put on the wall of your STEM / Computer science class.
This poster is a must for any STEM / Computer Science class. Andrew Grove is most famous for his work at Intel. This computer science poster should be laminated along with all of our other famous computer science posters available at the Teachtopia
Web Design & HTML Programming Unit 1: Practical Part Practice of the following elements introduced beforehand in the theoretical part: Basic framework of an HTML document Website title in the browser bar Headings using tag Background and
Web Design and HTML Programming Unit 1: Theoretical Part Theoretical introduction of the following elements: Basic framework of an HTML document Website title in the browser bar Headings using tag Background and font colors Line breaks Font
This assignment serves as a great introduction to Flash for students. It utilizes animations as well as the on(press)event. Students will create their own "choose your own adventure" which they get to create the story. Flash is also an excellent
What's Wrong with this Spreadsheet? This is a simple Excel spreadsheet that needs correcting. The student should be able to spot at least three things wrong with the spreadsheet. This exercise is designed for the Computer Science/Computer
Introduces programming concepts in an incremental, pedagogically friendly method. Additional topics include: how to identify the needs and create the user interface for apps, provide opportunities for students to collaborate on the projects,