(Google Applications Grades: 3-5)
In the Pet Spa course, cute pets are key as students create artifacts and learn basic skills with Google Workspace applications. Using Docs, Drive, Drawings, Sheets, and Slides, students develop a vision for their own Pet Spa business. Elementary students in Grades 3-5 create artifacts and learn basic skills and terminology related to technology and introductory business ideas. Pet Spa is a fantastic introduction for students to learn transferable skills and is the perfect precursor to Yeti Academy Snowboard Shop.
(Google Applications: Grades 5-8)
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 Applications 8-12)
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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— S. Harrington, 7th Grade Teacher, California
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“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.”
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