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This option allows you to build a uniquely customized computer applications curriculum that aligns with your students’ needs and goals.
If you love the detailed work of picking and choosing each lesson and activity, supplemental lesson plans would be a good fit.
If you don’t want to put everything together yourself...
Some teachers just want a foundational structure for teaching their classes. For teachers like this, a full Google Apps curriculum will make your life much easier than pulling together lesson plans from various sources.
With a ready-to-use curriculum, you don’t need to worry about finding age-appropriate lessons or creating rubrics to grade student work.
Finding the right pre-designed Google Apps curriculum will ensure that you meet the necessary learning objectives without needing to find individual activities and lessons.
If you don’t want to spend time pulling various materials together, then a full Google Apps curriculum would be a good fit.
Challenge #2: I Have Google Apps Lessons, But Need More Engaging Ideas
We hear this challenge from both new teachers taking over an existing computer class and veteran teachers looking to mix things up in their curriculum from year to year.
Every year, your students’ interests and understanding of the importance of learning Google Apps changes. So mixing things up by adding a new lesson or activity to keep your students engaged is often a good idea.
If you already have a core curriculum in place, choosing additional lessons, activities, and materials can help mix things up in your classroom.
If that’s the case for you, supplemental Google Apps lesson plans are likely a better fit than implementing a brand new curriculum.
Challenge #3: I Don’t Know How to Balance Teaching Google Apps with the Other Topics in my Course Requirements
If you’re like most computer applications teachers, your course objectives include more than just Google Apps. Teachers we work with have a wide array of lessons to cover with their students, such as: