(Google Workspace Training: Grades 3-5)
Sadie Shred is opening a snowboard shop called the “Backcountry Yeti” at the Black Diamond Peak ski resort. Students will help her launch a successful business and ride the chute past the competition! Students will learn and use Google Workspace to help Sadie accomplish her tasks. Complete with in-app video guidance.
(Google Workspace Training: Grades 6-9)
A technology-based curriculum where students learn to use Google Workspace tools while building their very own theme park. Students work through each of the lessons and learn the tools they need to make it a (virtual) reality! From logo design to site visit planning, and creating e-portfolios, Theme Parks offers hands-on learning to help develop your student’s business, school-related, and personal skills. This course features an intentional inclusion of digital citizenship topics.
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Our complete digital curricula come with a full suite of tech-based resources that can be easily navigated by both teachers and students. Yeti is appropriate for in-class, remote, or hybrid learning environments.
“My administration is always asking us about ideas/classes they would consider teaching as electives. I would love to teach one of the Yeti modules, because everything would be included and I don’t have to do a lot of planning.”
— S. Harrington
7th Grade Teacher, California
“Having had a chance to preview Yeti, I love all of the creative elements and components. Each lesson in the 7 modalities is so thorough and well thought out.”
— J. Westover
6th Grade Teacher, Florida
“I really appreciate how Yeti has thoughtfully weaved Digital Citizenship components into the various technology modules. It supports the efforts our school is making as we strive to instill these qualities in our students as they are increasingly online in a remote environment.”
— T. Jordan
8th Grade Teacher, Washington State
6th Grade Teacher, Florida
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With teachers typically signing contracts for 180 days of work per year, teaching may sound like a sweet summers-off job. In reality, many teachers use their summers to prepare for STEM and other courses, even though they’re usually not paid for it.
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