Mrs. Ilene Rutter - Room 105 - email@example.com - Ext. 35105
Spread Kindness Challenge!
How many likes can Mrs. Rutter's kindness post #spreadkindness_rutter.jpg get in 12 days?
See daily results here: Beginning April 6, 2020:
April 6 - 14th - 15 likes :)
But what about this post? I posted this on the same day. It got over 260 likes in just one day!! Makes me wonder what is it about this post that so many people liked? Why does one post travel so far and one doesn't? Any ideas? Feel free to send me an email if you'd like... firstname.lastname@example.org
Welcome to Skyview Computer Literacy!
Methacton Acceptable Use Policy
What is an Acceptable Use Policy? An Acceptable Use Policy are the guidelines that outline responsible use for equipment and personal devices that are used on school property. Students are responsible for appropriate behavior online just as they are in a classroom or any other area of the school. All network users are required to read and abide by this agreement. [School Board Policy 815]
ALL students will follow the guidelines listed on the Methacton School District Acceptable Use Policy (aka Responsible Use Agreement)
Click to watch video in Youtube here. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lq-L16MdYBU
Methacton School District Board Policy: http://www.methacton.org/aupClass Overview
All 5th and 6th graders will participate in a Computer Literacy class. This class will include instruction in the following technology areas: Google Docs/Microsoft Word, Google Slides/PowerPoint, Google Sheets/Excel, Publisher, Internet Searching, Internet safety, and Keyboarding.
The Internet can be a wonderful resource for kids. They can use it to research school reports, communicate with teachers and other kids, and play interactive games. But that access can also pose hazards. Students will learn about potential online dangers, learn about their digital footprint, and be given ways to help them surf the Internet safely.
Students are encouraged to practice keyboarding at home using free typing websites (see my sites and games pages), free type in Google Docs, Microsoft Word, or any way you can think of. Just make sure you use your home keys and even cover your hands. Accuracy is much more important than speed. The speed will come with practice.
Classroom Responsibilities, Rules and Conduct
ALL students will follow the guidelines listed on the Methacton School District Acceptable Use Policy (aka Responsible Use Agreement). See the Acceptable Use Policy page on my website.
Be a Digital Citizen! Click the link What is a Digital Citizen?Students Making Good Computer Choices!In Addition, in class students will...
Students will be graded on the following :
Allow learners to learn.
- Follow directions
- Always try your best, 100% effort at all times.
- Make sure your hands are clean.
- Respect the computer lab equipment.
Do not eat or drink near the computers (including gum).
- In class projects
- Class participation - general working habits on the computer
- Written work / homework
Contact Information:610-489-5000 ext. 35105