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New Teacher Survival Kit – K-5

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$ 372.43 (Print)
$322.93 (Digital)
$540.60 (Print&Digital)


teacher survival kitDescription New Teacher Survival Kit

10+ books/ebooks, 65 posters, over 50 webinars, 30-min. of coaching with a Master Teacher–this is a great deal and a wise investment in your teaching.

A new teacher survival kit–for professionals new to teaching tech or expanding their pedagogy. It includes K-5 tech curriculum (including problem solving, productivity software, critical thinking, share/publish, mouse skills, image editing, Google Earth, Photoshop, web tools, and more), keyboarding and digital citizenship curricula, classroom posters, pedagogic articles on tech ed topics, tips and tricks, personal mentoring, over 60 webinars, and more.

You may be the Technology Specialist, the Coordinator for Instructional Technology, IT Coordinator, Technology Facilitator, Curriculum Specialist, Technology Director or the technology teacher for your school—tasked with finding the right computer project for each classroom unit. You have a limited budget, less software, and the drive to do it right no matter the roadblocks.

It’s your job to make sure your school complies with the requirements of Common Core State Standards, ISTE, your state requirements, and/or the IB guidelines that weave technology consistently into the fabric of all units of inquiry as a method of delivering quality education.

How do you reach your goal?

The K-5 Technology Teacher Survival Kit.

What’s included

  • K-5 tech curriculum textbooks–6th Edition (Common Core aligned)–a full year’s worth of skills-based, project-based learning that ties into class units. Available in print and digital. Click for more information.
  • Ultimate Guide to Keyboarding: K-5–K-5 keyboard curriculum–essentials of keyboarding in 45-minutes a week. Available in print and digital. Includes student video series. Click for more information
  • How to Achieve Common Core with Tech (4 ebooks, one for each strand–Speaking and Listening not included). Available in digital. Click for more information. Digital delivery only
  • 169 Real-World Ways to Put Tech into Your Class you’ll be expected to know to solve common computer problems. Click for more information. Digital delivery only
  • 65 Posters to share most-important tech details with students. Click for more information. Digital delivery only
  • 30 min. of mentoringwith a Master Teacher using the curriculum, via Skype, Google Hangouts, or email. Click for more information
  • 50+ webinars-on pedagogic topics, lesson plans, and how to organize your classroom

Reviews of SL Tech ebooks/books

My daughter is using this as a text in her computer class at school. The lessons are easy to follow and informative. She has learned a lot so far this year.

–Amazon customer

I now have all grades (K-5) and think of these as my bible for teaching! Thank you! –Teachers Pay Teachers Customer

I’m a new technology teacher K-8 and needed something for Kindergarten – this book is wonderful! I love it! Lessons are in-depth and will surely help my Kindergarten students gain technology skills that are age appropriate! –Amazon customer

This books provides lots of good ideas for computer teachers. The lessons are geared a little higher than my kindergardeners can handle, so I simplify a lot of the lessons. Many of the lessons use TuxPaint, so if you plan to use these lessons make sure you download it on all of your computers. –Amazon customer

I have 3 children who all use the technology binders and they are so useful. You know what each lesson is and what they are learning. You also have the homework in there so everything you need is in one binder (which prevents lost sheets of paper). Definitely recommend this product. –Amazon customer

This workbook is a great tool for helping your primary school student learn hands on skills for the computer. Typing exercises, key hardware terms and other activities are included and can be used pretty independently by the student. It’s been a great tool for our 3rd grader and supplements the activities given in class. Would definitely recommend!

My daughter is using this book at the school she attends and loves it. It makes learning technology so easy for children. It organizes learning so that each lesson builds on what came before, and nothing’s presented that children aren’t ready for.

This is the first of six–through fifth grade. I’ve seen the work of fifth graders who have used this since kindergarten. They edit photos in Photoshop and make movies using Pinnacle Studio. They do PowerPoint slideshows that look great. I’d recommend this series to anyone. –Amazon customer

About the Authors

Structured Learning IT Team is the premier provider of technology instruction books and ebooks to education professionals. Technology and keyboarding curriculums, how-to books, tips and tricks, a one-of-a-kind blog-based helpline—all the tools required to fulfill the tech needs of the 21st century classroom. All materials are classroom-tested, teacher-approved with easy-to-understand directions supported by online materials, websites, blogs, and wikis. Whether you are a new teacher wanting to do it right or a veteran educator looking for updated materials, Structured Learning and its team of technology teachers is there to assist you.

Jacqui Murray has been teaching K-8 technology for 15 years. She is the editor of a K-8 technology curriculumK-8 keyboard curriculumK-8 Digital Citizenship curriculum, and creator of technology training books for how to integrate technology in education. She is webmaster for six blogs, CSG Master Teacher, an Amazon Vine Voice book reviewer, Editorial Review Board member for Journal for Computing TeachersCisco guest blogger, a columnist for, featured blogger for Technology in EducationIMS tech expert, and a monthly contributor to TeachHUB. Currently, she’s editing a techno-thriller that should be out to publishers next summer. Contact Jacqui at her writing office or her tech lab, Ask a Tech Teacher.

Ask a Tech Teache is a group of tech teachers who run the an award-winning resource blog with more than 75,000 visitors a month in search of teaching materials and advice. It offers oodles of free lesson plans, pedagogical conversation, website reviews and more. Its free newsletters and website articles are read by thousands, including teachers, homeschoolers, and anyone serious about finding the best way to maneuver the minefield of technology in education.