This resource includes a common work application or "apps" graphic organizer in PDF form. Students can complete on their own as a scavenger hunt or assessment, or it can be completed as part a whole group discussion and lesson.
In this lesson, students learn to create digital artifacts in Google Drawings. The video resource, "Doodle Yourself in Google Drawings," gives them step-by-step instruction in how to create a cartoon-like selfie using the design tools in Google Drawings. This can be part of a larger unit in digital citizenship and copyright, or a stand-alone project.
This digital citizenship poster project includes a PDF document with specifications and a grading rubric. This project was created as a final assessment following completion of Common Sense Education's Digital Citizenship units for Grade 6.
Google Apps 101 curriculum focuses on exposing students to the Chrome OS (using Chromebooks) and proper use of Google Drive, Docs, Sheets, Slides, and Forms with business education appropriate supporting activities for students. This 21 day curriculum provides all related content and instruction for teachers to confidently teach the lessons.
- Career and Technical Education
- Business and Information Technology
- Computer Science
- Information and Technology Literacy
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As middle school students, learning how to successfully search is very important to navigate your classwork and curiosity. These lessons will help them become a better searcher! The lessons are self-guided activities that are designed for middle school students to teach them how to search properly and identify credible sources. This can also be taught in a blended format.