EasyTech: Build Your K-8 Students' Digital Literacy Skills

Prepare your Students for Academic Success

Equip students with critical skills including keyboarding, word processing, digital citizenship, and online safety, as well as media and information literacy skills.

EasyTech prepares K-8 students with the digital literacy skills they need to succeed in school and confidently take online assessments.

Prepare students for online assessments like PARCC and Smarter Balanced with included custom preparation sequences.

Meet E-Rate requirements and ensure students stay safe and ethical online with digital citizenship instruction.

Save teachers valuable time with automatic grading and electronic progress reports.

Engaging, standards-aligned instruction that can be used in a computer lab, 1:1, BYOD, or classroom setting.

Accommodate ELL students with Spanish language instruction.

Address 100% of the ISTE Standards for Students.

EasyTech Scope & Sequence K–8 Overview

EasyTech’s scope and sequence along with the included grade-level pacing calendars make it easy to schedule and implement technology instruction. The table below provides an at-a-glance look at the EasyTech curriculum units and outlines the most appropriate grade levels to introduce each unit. Units include lessons, activities, games, journals, discussions, and quizzes that teach students to apply technology skills to their core subject area learning.

By adding our Resequencing Tool, you can create custom sequences to meet your district's unique instructional needs. View the scope and sequence (PDF) »

Word Processing Basics Lesson

The EasyTech Word Processing Basics teaches elementary students essential word processing skills in a fun and engaging way. This sample is from our Formatting Text lesson, which teaches students how to format text by using the bold, underline, italic, and font size features. Students also learn how to open documents and select, cut, copy, and paste content.

Cloud Computing Lesson

The EasyTech Computing in the Cloud lesson teaches middle school students about the Cloud a fun and engaging way. Students learn that the cloud allows complete access to computer software, applications, data storage, and collaboration whenever it is needed. Students also discover that cloud services can automatically synchronize data across multiple devices.

Home Row Keyboarding Lesson

The EasyTech Keyboarding Lessons strengthens students’ keyboarding speed and accuracy in a fun and engaging way. The Home Row lesson is the first in a series of five lessons that teaches basic keyboarding techniques, including proper finger placement and posture. In this lesson, students focus on the home row keys.

Cyberbullying Spanish Language Lesson

EasyTech offers its most popular lessons in Spanish to help English Language Learners develop critical technology and digital literacy skills. The Acoso Cibernético (Cyberbullying) lesson teaches students how to prevent, stop, and to not participate in cyberbullying, as well as how to report cyberbullying to a trusted adult.

Standards Alignment

EasyTech addresses 100% of the ISTE Standards for Students, and supports the technology standards within Common Core. EasyTech also aligns to state-specific technology standards.

Implementation Models

EasyTech's self-paced, automatically scored lessons, quizzes, and games are ideal for busy schools with limited teacher time. Teachers can assign sequences of instruction to classes, groups, or individual students. EasyTech is simple to implement in a wide variety of settings, including computer labs, laptop carts, and BYOD or 1:1. Students can access EasyTech content through the Learning.com App. Because the instruction is entirely online and with no special software to install, students can access EasyTech anywhere, anytime.

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EasyTech is the fundamental backbone of our technology curriculum. I’m a firm believer that students need a solid foundation of technology skills before they are asked to apply those skills in the classroom and on Next-Generation Assessments.
Tony DeMonte - Instructional Technology Coordinator - Zion Elementary School District 6 – Zion, Illinois