Engaging for Students, Easy for Teachers
EasyTech is a comprehensive digital literacy solution designed for students from kindergarten through grade 8. Our award-winning curriculum is designed to integrate seamlessly into core content, and is intuitive for students as well as technical and non-technical teachers alike.
- A comprehensive and engaging way to teach critical digital literacy skills including keyboarding and word processing, digital citizenship, online research skills, computational thinking and coding
- Skills tests and lessons that are proven to prepare students for online assessments like PARCC and Smarter Balanced
- Teacher-led or self-paced interactive content. Units include interactive and engaging activities, games, journals, discussions, and quizzes
- Flexible lessons that are accessible in a computer lab, 1:1 instruction, BYOD or a classroom setting
- Spanish language instruction to accommodate ELL students
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districts across the country use our solutions
students using our solution
"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, IL
"We realized that we were bringing on educators who had never integrated technology into their curriculum. EasyTech was a great resource for those teachers to ensure that their students were getting exposed to technology applications and learning the right skills."
Barry Fox - Director of Instructional Technology
Arlington ISD, TX
EasyTech in Action
EasyTech is a self-paced digital literacy curriculum for grades K-8. Watch this video to learn how EasyTech can help your students develop and master the technology and computational thinking skills they need for college and career.
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