Education/Literacy

After-School Program Director's Manual (Teresa Pregizer 06-07)

Member Name: Teresa Pregizer

Service Site: S.A.Y Yes! Pico Union

Location: Los Angeles, CA

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K-1st Classroom Project: Space and Curriculum for Technology, Visual Arts, Story, Academics and Play (Justin Little 06-07)

Member Name: Justin Little

Service Site: Central City Community Outreach

Location: Los Angeles, CA

Project Focus:

Over the course of his service year at Central City’s S.A.Y. Yes! Program, Justin Little developed 5 different activity centers for the K-1st classroom.

In this presentation, he describes the philosophy and curriculum of each: (1) the technology center, (2) the visual arts center, (3) the story center, (4) the homework tutoring center, and (5) the play center. 

Changing Youth Behavior - One Day at a Time (Camille Britton 06-07)

Illustrates how developing a positive self-image and cultural identity can help improve youth behavior.

 

Understanding the Past So It Will Not Be Our Future: Changing Behaviors One Day at a Time (Camille Britton 06-07)

Member Name: Camille Britton

Service Site: Greenwood Shalom After School and Summer Enrichment Program @ Greenwood United Methodist Church

Location: Dorchester, MA

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Technology Development in Small Community Organizations (Aaron Fisher 06-07)

Member Name: Aaron Fisher

Service Site: Central City Community Outreach

Location: Los Angeles, CA

Project Focus:

In this project, Aaron Fisher outlines several areas of service which can be significantly enhanced by adding a technology component to the program's offerings.

Making the Connection: After-School Programs Partnering with Schools (Terrece Jordan 06-07)

Member Name: Terrece Jordan

Service Site: Grace Renaissance After School Program (GRASP) @ Full Life Gospel Center

Location: Dorchester, MA

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International Digital Divide Links

International Digital Divide Links

Organizational Resources | Community

 

International Digital Divide Organizations

(Christian)

International Digital Divide Books

International Digital Divide Books

This compilation of books can serve as a supplement to the work of Christian Community Computer Centers across the globe. The books provide important research, practical tools, and teaching about the three core values of TechMission - Jesus, Justice, and Technology - while having a strong focus on the digital divide beyond the USA and Canada.

Curriculum and Resources for Youth

Web Links for Youth Programs

Educational Websites

Math

  • A+ Math: A solid math site for addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. There are multiple activities: flashcards, a game room, homework helper, and worksheets you can print out.

Computer Curriculum Downloads

Technology Curriulum Resources

Click here to download all curriculum materials (.zip, 45MB) 

Introduction to Microsoft Excel

Introduction to Excel

Overview

Goals

  • To learn basic, introductory Excel skills in a manner that is practical, attractive, and fun.
  • To leave the course with a solid, demonstrable knowledge of the topics covered.

 

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