How-To

Information about how to use the TechnoKids Digital Literacy and Coding Curriculum in your school or learning organization. Includes tips for device management, getting started, and teaching specific technology projects.

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Adapt TechnoKids Projects to Work Offline

You can adapt almost all TechnoKids projects to work offline. No Internet connection is necessary to complete most activities. With some slight modifications your students can create publications, present information, and code games easily. To start, it is important to note, that initially either the teacher or a school IT administrator must have a device …

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Update: Helpful Class Notebook Videos for Students and Teachers

Whether you are new to using OneNote Class Notebook or have been using it routinely with your students to share content, keeping it updated is essential. TechnoKids wants to help! We have created an all new set of instructions, including short videos, for both teachers and students. As a teacher, it’s easy to set up …

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Get Google Drive for Desktop to Make Teaching Simple

If your students store their work online, but use Windows devices when in school, an easy solution to synchronize files is Google Drive for Desktop. This simple installation will sync a PC to Google Drive, allowing content to be accessible. Now students can quickly view, open, or save files into their Google Drive. Google Drive …

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How to Download to Google Drive on a Windows Device

Do you want to know how to download to Google Drive on a Windows device? You are not alone. Teachers want things to be simple. No extra steps! In many schools it is common for students and teachers to have different devices. Often a teacher will have a Windows device, but students will be using …

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