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Internet Safety &
Digital Citizenship

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Internet Safety Tips

Know the Rules

Cyber Five

Internet Safety K-12 Growing Up in the Information Age

Brain POP Jr. Internet Safety

Internet Safety Games

Cyber-Bullying & Bullying

  McGruff-Stop the Bully




Types of Cyber-Bullying

Career Websites


Career Exploration Guides


"I Believe in Me" Grades K-3 Career related activities

American Career Resource Network

American School Counselor Association

America's Career Resource Network

Job for Kids Videos


Real Scientists

Career View




Only can be used in Internet Explorer


Technology Teacher: Mrs. Walters


Want to know what your child is learning in computers?

Check out our Technology Curriculum:

Technology Curriculum K-5

Classroom Links

Story Online

Brain POP Jr: Technology

More Technology Links Page

Computer Lab Favorites: Scholastic

Poem Generator





Keyboarding (typing)




Typing for Tots





Classroom Rules


1. No food or drink.

2.Treat equipment properly.

3. Do not touch another students computer or work, unless otherwise told.

4. Straighten up your computer station before leaving.

5. Raise your hand & Do Not Call out

7. Do not get our of your seat unless you are asked to assist other students.

8. Do not touch computers until your are given instructions.

9. Be helpful to your neighbor.

10. If student is disrupting the class or not doing appropriate work, the student will be removed from computer & do a hand-written assignment.



3 Big Rules: Respect...

Respect Yourself. Do your best. How is your behavior effecting your learning?


Respect Others. Help them. How is your behavior effecting your classmates?


Respect Environment. How is your behavior effecting the room & teacher?


Class Blogs

Elementary Blogging

Video: What is a Blog?



Podcasting: Learn in Hand

Podcasts in Elementary School

Listening to Themselves

9 Podcasts for Teachers/Students







 Technology Education                       

The Software Programs we use are:

Microsoft PowerPoint 2007:

The students will learn how to communicate their ideas using presentation software. They will learn how to apply backgrounds, import clip art, import video files, import sound, develop decorative titles, animate their objects and organize their information into a presentation order.

Microsoft Word 2007:

The students will learn how to type, format, save, retrieve and modify their work in a word processor. They will learn how to add columns, tables, clipart, and mail merging to their documents. They will learn how to use the spell checker, grammar checker, and thesaurus to improve their communication skills.

Microsoft Excel 2007:

The student will learn how to use the formulas, sorting, graphing and chart features, creating functions of a spreadsheet to communicate information about the data sets it contains.

Microsoft Publisher 2003:

The students will learn how to use publishing software to create newsletters, brochures, signs, flyers, banners, cards and calendars to present ideas. They will learn how to import word-processing documents into the publishing software along with clipart and charts. They will learn how to continue information from one column to another and organize information in a pleasing and informative way.


Other Programs: Photoshop, Kidspiration, Inspiration & Kidpix.  Picasa-this program allows you to create collages, slide shows and even edit photos. Wordle: create a wall of words in a creative manner. www.wordle.net. Elements of Blogging in education.


Technology Components

  • HP Desktop Computers

  • SMART Board: interactive whiteboard

  • Document Camera

  • Clickers

  • Digital Camera/Video

  • Webcams

  • Flip Camera

  • IPads


Career Websites

I have a Dream