Presentations Curriculum for K-8

Equip students with the analytical and design skills to synthesize information in well-formatted presentations that convey meaning, engage audiences, and enhance the speaker’s message.

Presentation Skills for the Empowered Technology User

Presentations Basics

Create linear and non-linear presentations tailored to specific audiences that present research, tell a story, or exchange ideas using slideshow software and applications.

Visual Formatting

Apply basic design elements including font, color, alignment, white space, and layouts, as well as develop templatized layouts, to improve slideshow content.

Multimedia Design

Make strategic use of visual and audio elements, such as graphics, audio effects, transitions, animations, and video components, to add interest and express meaning.

Critical Review

Evaluate for organization, content, formatting, and appropriateness of citations to maximize accuracy and design.

Content Delivery

Implement a process to practice, polish, and add notes to strengthen the delivery and dissemination of information.

Screenshot of the word processing instructional solution.

Curriculum Elements

Delivered through’s award-winning platform, the curriculum features interactive digital lessons, scaffolded projects, and dynamic progress monitoring.


Individualized digital videos with an interactive and gamified interface

Application Exercises

Hands-on and collaborative learning opportunities with unplugged modifications


Guided conversations to help students practice communication and articulate their understanding of the content

Skills Checks

Pre and post grade-level tests designed to capture student growth


Formative check-ins to inform instructional decisions

"We knew that our state is moving to online testing in grades 3-12. We did not want our students struggling with how to open a tab, how to highlight text, or how to keyboard. We had to get 21st-century skills delivered to our students as soon as possible. This curriculum helps level the playing field for all our students."

Cristen Marceau, Instructional Technology Specialist
Chandler Unified School District
Chandler, AZ


For Education Leaders, the ‘Digital’ in Digital Transformation

  • Scaffolded curriculum developed by experts meaningfully grows students’ skills and paints a sound instructional journey

  • Aligned to state and national standards, including ISTE, CSTA, and the Common Core, the content meets prescriptive requirements

  • Foundational technology skills empower students to succeed in computer-based testing environments

  • Implementation support ensures the curriculum is strategically rolled out and future proofed to achieve the digital vision

  • District and school-wide reporting enables leaders to measure the program’s efficacy and optimize their work

For Educators, the ‘Tech’ in Tech Integration

  • Rooted in learning science, the curriculum leverages tech capabilities to redefine learning
  • Student-led and adaptive content personalizes instruction to make it meaningful and relevant
  • Gamified lessons with immediate feedback engage students and invest them in their growth and skill acquisition
  • Diverse content types easily integrate into core subject areas to make technology foundational to the student experience
  • Student and class-level reporting measures efficacy, reveals opportunities for improvement, and allows for teacher reflection

Break down barriers to future readiness for your students.

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