Techno Projects

is an IT curriculum grouped into projects.  There are four different age groups plus projects that are offered in Computer Camps.

A project is a set of activities that use the computer to create a product such as a report, presentation, or web-based tool. The project includes materials such as a teacher guide, student workbook, and resource files.

  • A teacher guide is a document that contains lessons that are written with step-by-step instructions. Each step is point and click, meaning that there is a written explanation of where to point the mouse or what to type on the keyboard. Moreover, each step also includes a screen shot, which is a picture of what the screen should look like when the action is complete.
  • A student workbook is a collection of assignments that are followed independently by students to complete the lesson activities.
  • Resource files are digital files such as templates, sample files, or reproducible handouts that are needed to complete the lesson activities.

The TechnoKids Computer Curriculum is a set of age-appropriate projects that a teacher in an education organization can use to integrate the use of the computer into student activities and promote computer literacy. The Computer Curriculum in Japan is available in five categories:

Primary Projects (ages 4-7)
Junior Projects (ages 8-10)
Intermediate Projects (ages 11-13)
Senior Projects (ages 14-17)
Computer Camp (ages 7-11)