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Kara McFarlin


 

 
 
 
4th Grade

Internet Safety
&
Keyboarding


5th Grade

Internet Safety
&
Keyboarding

 
 
Extra credit needs to be submitted before
October 20, 2014

4th Grade
5th Grade

 

To access Edmodo at home go to orland135.edmodo.com 

 


Rules
Procedures
EdModo Code of Conduct
Grading Scale

Headphones/earbuds are required for Technology Class


The District 135 Acceptable Use Policy can be found on pp. 20-21 in the handbook (available online)

 


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Typing
Math Facts
 Math Games/Activities
 Reading/Language Arts
Social Studies

 
Science
E-Zines (Online Magazines)

 
 Other Games 
 


 

The first quarter we spend a lot of time working on our keyboarding skills. The students at High Point, Liberty and Meadow Ridge will now use the new version of our keyboarding software.  With this new version each student will be able to obtain a copy of this software that they can use at home.  Using this at home version will allow them to log in using their school account and complete school keyboarding activities at home.

TO DOWNLOAD SOFTWARE CLICK HERE
(Student will need their TTL4 account information from school to activate software)

For more information about the program from the software publisher, click here.

For more information from the lab about installing and accessing Type to Learn 4, click here

TYPE TO LEARN 4 TECHNICAL SUPPORT:
Create a Technical Support Ticket at http://techsupport.sunburst.com/Tech_Support/Home.aspx
You will then receive a call or email response

                       
 
FOR STUDENTS:

- Garfield - Cyberbullying
- Peter Packet(4th grade)
- Penny Packet(5th grade only)

- Are you CyberSmart?
- Webonauts Internet Academy
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Cybernetiquette Comix
- NetSmartz
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Rescue Run
- Disney Safe Surfing
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SafetyLand
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Bad Guy Patrol
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CyberNetrix
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Privacy Playground
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Zoe and Molly Online
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Top Secret
- Stop That Post
- Cybersense and Nonsense
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Safe Surfing with Doug
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eSafety Games
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Internet Safety Hangman
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BrainPop: Cyberbullying
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BrainPop: Online Safety
- Cyber Defense
 
- Online Gaming Challenge
- Dance Dance Malware
- Cyber Villains Investigation
- Betty's Netiquette
- Flame War
- Catch the Software Bugs
- Crazyman
- Cyber Security Crossword
- Digizen
                                                                   
FOR PARENTS:

Common Sense Media: How to Keep Your Kids Safe and Secure in a 24/7 Digital World
Common Sense Media: Internet Safety Library
Common Sense Media: Internet Safety Tips for Elementary Students

Video Tutorials
iKeepSafe Parent Resource Center
Wired Safety Parent Info.
Power to Learn:  What Parents eed to Know                               
Power to Learn:  Internet Smarts
Microsoft Online Safety
FBI: How to Protect Your Computer
Parental Control Information
A Parent's Guide to:
Video Games, Parental Controls, and Online Safety

Netsmartz 411
Parenting Online Guide
Netsmartz (choose a topic)
Top 10 Tips: Cyberbullying Prevention
Top 10 Tips: Cyberbullying Response
FBI Guide to Internet Safety
Parents guide to Facebook

What to do about cyberbullying

How Aware RU? Parent Quiz

                    
 
iPod/iPad resources Click here to get a list of free educational apps for iPad and iPod

Information on how to create iPod.. flashcards
 
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