Teacher - Mrs. Alicia Seinturier
Hello and thank you for visiting the Immanuel Lutheran School Technology page! We are thrilled to offer 70 minutes of computer time each week to all students. As the technology instructor, I look forward to bringing students further into the ever-changing digital world through Christ-centered instruction. Though technology is an integral part of today’s society, it is first and foremost a gift from God.
We at ILS are excited to be continuing our technology curriculum called Beyond Technology Education. This curriculum will teach and build skills in word processing, power point, research, and other presentation models. We continue our use of Google Classroom to complete our technology projects. I work closely with classroom teachers in each grade to use age appropriate technology as part of their daily classroom lessons as well as for specific projects throughout the year.
Students learn the many tools and skills necessary to complete projects in Google Slides, Google Docs and Google Sheets. Students also spend time each week practicing typing skills and learning the different parts and uses of the computers. Along with all of these skills, the students also work on the following:
Computer parts (hardware, software, inputs, and outputs)
Online Research skills
Age-appropriate graphic design
It is also our goal at Immanuel that students will begin to understand human, cultural, and societal issues related to technology and practice Christian, ethical behavior during their time in Immanuel's computer lab.