EasyTech for Remote Learners

Ensure that every student has the digital skills to connect, learn, and create — from anywhere.

Essential Skills for Remote Learning

Based on real-life applications and today’s most popular digital tools, our interactive lessons guide students through complex technical concepts in a fun, game-based environment.

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Remote Learning Essentials

Start with the foundations for effective remote learning by teaching students how to communicate virtually and troubleshoot their tech issues independently.

  • Navigating common virtual classroom applications.
  • Actively participating in online discussions and virtual meetings.
  • Practicing good netiquette by respecting other students and the teacher.
  • Troubleshooting common tech problems such as turning on their device or connecting to their webcam and audio.
Word Processing
Develop students’ proficiency using word processing programs and tools for online document creation, design, editing, collaboration, and problem-solving.
  • Creating, editing, saving and publishing documents in a word processing application.
  • Effectively formatting fonts, color, and layout to design for different audiences.
  • Strategizing the visual design to emphasize key information and improve readability.
  • Understanding how to use columns, headers and footers, tables, templates, and other common features.
Internet Usage and Online Communications
Teach students to use the internet to gather information, foster collaborative learning experiences, and create and share digital media.
  • Communicating in online workspaces, like email, instant messaging, and video conferences.
  • Designing, developing, and sharing online content such as websites, videos, blogs, and podcasts.
  • Validating the accuracy, relevancy, and credibility of search engine results.
  • Abiding by creative credit, intellectual property, and other copyright laws.
Computer Fundamentals

With a foundational understanding of computer operations, students learn to harness technology as a tool to create, problem-solve, and collaborate with others.

  • Identifying and understanding the function of basic computer components like the keyboard, mouse, monitor, speakers, and printer.
  • Troubleshooting common tech problems such as wifi connectivity and printer connections. 
  • Practicing responsible use and care of computer hardware.
  • Differentiating between file formats and types of data storage.
  • Understanding the basic infrastructure of networks and how they allow for digital collaboration.
Provide the foundation for effective technology use for all students by teaching students to type.
  • Understanding the layout and configuration of common QWERTY keyboards.
  • Exploring hotkeys and shortcut key combinations.
  • Developing proper keyboarding techniques such as correct hand and body positions.
  • Adaptive Keyboarding: Our state-of-the-art Adaptive Keyboarding application, which delivers personalized keyboarding instruction for students based on a student’s skill level.
Online Safety & Digital Citizenship

Students model safe, ethical, and legal behavior online and recognize the rights and responsibilities of living in a digital world.

  • Understanding their digital footprint and the permanence of choices and decisions when interacting online.
  • Protecting private information such as passwords and personal data.
  • Assessing the positive and negative effects of devices and technology.
  • Developing strategies to identify and deal with cyberbullying and inappropriate content.
From our lesson on commenting in the virtual classroom, a screenshot shows an animated character sitting at their desk, learning from home.
From our lesson on commenting in the virtual classroom, a screenshot shows an animated character sitting at their desk, learning from home.
From our lessons on word processing, a screenshot shows a word processing app, similar to Word or Google Docs, that students use to learn formatting basics.
From our lesson on email communication, a screenshot shows an animated character teaching a student about their inbox.
From our lesson on hardware and software fundamentals, a screenshot shows an animated character teaching a student about file types.
From our Adaptive Keyboarding application, a screenshot shows a keyboard with animated hands directing the student to correct hand positioning.
From our lesson on protecting personal data, a screenshot shows a prompt telling the student to select the strongest password from a list of password options.

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Standards Aligned

Our custom reports track alignment against current national and state standards as well as ISTE Standards for Students.

Simple Integrations

Educators can seamlessly integrate our content with their schools’ LMS and sync student accounts with their SIS.

“Using Learning.com during remote learning has made a huge impact on my teaching. Students are able to do self-paced lessons that take them step-by-step through learning. If offers instant feedback when questions are answered and is graded instantly. Grades can even be set up to transfer from Schoology to PowerSchool without teachers having to enter them!”

Elizabeth Fecher

Technology Teacher | Cincinnati Public Schools

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