K-8 Tech Curriculum Student Workbooks
Price above is per grade level
9 grade-level technology curriculum student workbooks (kindergarten through 8th grade) with teacher manuals and teacher videos. Aligned with the Structured Learning K-8 technology curriculum (which is aligned with Common Core and ISTE)–one ebook per grade level. Each ebook is 148-203 pages, with 251-420 images.
This is a student-paced, student-directed course that integrates with any school curriculum and prepares students for end-of-year Common Core testing. Includes:
- why learn technology?
- formative and summative assessments
- domain-specific vocabulary
- relevant tech problem solving
- required digital citizenship overview
- curriculum map with a K-8 timeline of topics
- embedded links so students can simply click and go—no searching for the site, trying to remember the site address
- rubrics, quizzes, study guides, and more–to save teacher duplicating. It’s right there in the workbook!
- over one hundred full-color images and how-tos
- samples of projects at student fingertips so wherever they’re practicing, they have an example and directions
- background material right there. If student wants to remember what they did a week–a month–ago, it’s right there.
- extensions to dig deeper for those who are inspired by a topic
- year’s worth of homework–all in one place
- workbook goes with the student. It’s licensed to them through the school. If they’re in the library, the classroom, the soccer field, they can practice. Even at home (with appropriate license).
These workbooks encourage independence in student learning and require only nominal direction from a teacher, homeschooling parent, or another adult. These are perfect if technology is integrated across all classes at your school, taught in the tech lab, or taught in a home environment.
Here’s why you’ll want these workbooks:
- workbooks are full color
- workbooks include embedded links to websites and digital tools making it easy for students to access them
- student can pursue learning independently, at their own pace
- student can differentiate for their personal needs through options provided in the lessons
- student can spiral back to review skills and spiral forward to work ahead
- student has easy access to all metrics and assessments, encouraging accountability for Big Ideas and Essential Questions
- student can use an annotation tool (i.e., iAnnotate or Adobe) to mark up rubrics and examples, then erase at the end of the year
- student has clear exemplars of lesson ideas
- student has easy access to all required materials–links, webtools, research, and more
Not available individually–only as multi-user license. Multi-user licenses are per grade level. There is special pricing if you choose all nine grade levels.
Note: Price shown above is per grade level
Free with each grade-level multi-user license:
- teacher handbook
- 32 teacher videos per grade level, one a week through the school year–synced to the 32 lessons in the curriculum (grades K-5 only)
- online help from curriculum specialists via email and Discussion Boards
For more information on each student workbook, click the grade level:
For more information on multi-user licenses, click the one you’re interested in:
- Digital access only
- Length: 148-420 pages each
- Images: 251-406
- Language: English
- Publisher: Structured Learning (June 2016)
- License: Multi-user only
- Companion materials: Free teacher manual and videos
- Purchase: PayPal, credit card (as a guest in PayPal), school Purchase Order
- Purchase price is PER GRADE LEVEL. Special pricing for all nine grades
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Reviews of SL Curricula
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Our students haven’t had an official… technology class ever in our school. I really questioned how I was going to accomplish teaching so much information when I see the kids once a week [until I found this course]. –technology integration specialist
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I teach computer preschool – 8th grade. Having this guide to keyboarding helped me know what to expect for each grade level. It also gives great websites to use to reinforce learning. I also have the K-8 computer curriculum textbooks and I am highly satisfied with their content. –Amazon Customer
This book provides tech teachers — both novice and those with years of experience. I especially appreciate the specific guidelines with ACTUAL resources available online with best practices and extensions for a variety of learners. I feel that this is BY FAR the most HELPFUL resource I have come across as a first year technology instructor and plan on using this daily throughout the year! BRAVO! –Amazon customer — first year teacher
I teach computer preschool – 8th grade. Having this guide helped me know what to expect for each grade level. It also gives great websites to use to reinforce learning. I also have the K-8 computer curriculum textbooks and I am highly satisfied with their content. –Amazon Customer
This book offers so much more than I expected. Not only does it tell how to implement [technology] into all grade levels (kindergarten-5th) it provides several websites and cross-curricular ideas that can be utilized along with the curriculum. I would recommend this book to anyone who teaches technology to grade school students. –Amazon customer
When your child comes home and asks to to practice keyboarding you know the teacher is doing something right. Even though kids can text with two fingers our school has discovered that the kids want to learn how to keyboard. We are using the book for K-8 instruction in keyboarding to prepare the students for the 1:1 program we have in grades 8-12 –Amazon customer, parent
This curriculum goes well beyond simply which software to pick. It mixes software with games, quizzes and projects. –Amazon Customer
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