(Media Balance & Well-Being).
Students learn a poem to help them reflect upon different feelings they might experience when using technology.
iCompute: iGuest Beasts Lesson Plan
This activity, introduces children aged 3-5 to Quick Response (QR) codes. The children use tablets to scan QR codes and guess the mini-beast from a given habitat.
iCompute: iMake Pixel Art Lesson Plan
Children begin to understand that images are represented by numbers in computers. They will use simple keys to encode and decode pixel art.
Play the games to find out about computer technology.
What is a computer? Video
What are the main parts of a computer? Video
How do you save your work? Video
How can computers help you learn? Video
How can you make art on a computer? Video
(Relationships & Communication).
From our head down to our toes, and our feet up to our nose, the Digital Citizens are featured in a song helping students pause and think about how to be safe, responsible, and respectful online.
(Privacy & Security).
Students learn the "Internet Traffic Light" poem, helping them understand how to assess "green sites" that are "just right" for them, versus "red sites" that are not appropriate.
What is the internet? Video
How can you use the internet? Video
Learn computer science by trying the lessons at your own pace! Learn to create computer programs, develop problem-solving skills, and work through fun challenges! Make games and creative projects to share with friends, family, and teachers.
iCompute: iMake Algorithms Lesson Plan
This unplugged teacher-led activity, for children aged 3-5, uses classic nursery rhymes to introduce the concept of algorithms, sequence and repetition. By identifying the steps and patterns in popular rhymes, children begin to understand that algorithms are all around us.
What is an Algorithm? Video
What is code? Video
How do you program a robot? Video