Alicia Seinturier, Physical Education Teacher

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 brining 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 are continuing to improve our technology lessons and curriculum every year. In 2015, we adopted Beyond Technology Education curriculum. With technology advancing every day, we are adapting to these changes by integrating new applications through Google Education. Our technology curriculum teaches students to use various applications including; Google Docs, Slides, Sheets, Sites, and Drawings. We incorporate age-appropriate digital media, graphic design, and basic website creation. Our curriculum incorporates daily classroom lessons and special projects with age-appropriate technology.

Kindergarten

In Kindergarten, students learn to type their name, colors, shapes, and the alphabet. They also learn the components of a desktop computer. We use applications, like Google Slides and Docs, to build on and expand on what they learn in all subjects.

1st Grade

First grade students build on their computer skills from Kindergarten. We use Google applications to complete projects that are a continuation of their homeroom curriculum.

2nd & 3rd Grade

Second and third grade students use desktop computers along with Chrome books. They use a variety of Google applications including, Slides, Docs, Forms, Drawings, and Sheets. We integrate homeroom curriculum with out computer projects

4th - 6th Grade

Fourth through sixth grade students use Google applications and are taught more detailed capabilities of the applications. The students complete projects integrating classroom subjects and technology.

 

All students also spend time each week practicing typing skills and basic computer skills. Students also learn about internet safety and accountability.

It is our goal at Immanuel that students will begin to understand human, cultural, and societal issues related to technology and to practice Christian, ethical behavior during their time in Immanuel's computer lab.