Computer Lessons for Middle or High School Students
TechnoKids Intermediate Computer Curriculum is a collection of technology projects. Each project includes a teacher guide, workbook and customizable resource files.
Use a project based learning approach to engage learners in meaningful activities.
Be a web designer using HTML lessons that teach coding for beginners. Style text, graphics, and hyperlinks. Includes versions for desktop and Chromebook users.
Be a youth entrepreneur. Plan a franchise. Propose a unique restaurant concept using entrepreneurship lesson plans. Develop financial literacy.
Learn personal finance. Build a budget and justify a spending plan using financial literacy lesson plans.
Design a professional-looking publication using Google Docs or Microsoft Word lesson plans.
Connect people, events, and places. Map skills lesson plans use Google Slides or PowerPoint.
Promote a weekend getaway. Research a destination and construct a travel advertisement using tourism lesson plans.
Compose a biography with a media gallery of artifacts. Biography lesson plans use Google Docs or Microsoft Office.
Host a digital classroom debate. Collaborate with a partner to debate the pros and cons of a controversial issue. Use Google Slides or PowerPoint Online.
Intermediate Computer Curriculum Set
Project-based lessons blend technology into curriculum. Teach essential skills with meaningful activities.
Spark an interest in computer science with STEM lessons. Coders create an activity studio for their friends.
Kidblog lessons transform students into bloggers. Join the blogosphere. Read, write, and comment upon blog posts to become responsible digital citizens.
Investigate an issue. Conduct a Google Forms survey and interpret results.
Students become environmental stewards as they publish a powerful call to action. Activities blend the use of Sites, Docs, Slides, Sheets, My Maps, and Drawings.
Complete programming missions including Pet Monster Rescue, Guess It, and Adventure Quest. Share learning in a coding presentation.