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If you’re a new middle school computer applications teacher, you’re facing many choices for technology lesson plans for your students. Making the right choices for your classroom can seem overwhelming since learning basic computer and technology skills will set them up for later success.
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Computer applications teachers often come to AES feeling overwhelmed by their responsibilities. Between meeting course standards, engaging classes, and prepping students for certifications, teachers like you have a lot on your plate.
Business and computer teachers have a lot to consider when choosing between teaching Google Apps or Microsoft Office. In many ways you’re setting the stage for the application that those students may use for the rest of their lives. And that’s a lot of pressure to put on anyone.
As a computer applications teacher, you need activities and lessons that are engaging, easy to teach, and that meet your standards. Unfortunately, when it comes to Google Sheets, finding relevant and appropriate activities for middle school students isn’t easy. You could create your own, but that takes a lot of extra time (especially if you aren’t a spreadsheet whiz), and you never know how the activity will go in your classroom.