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    Welcome to Mrs. Szarejko's 
    Computer Literacy Class Webpages
    Contact: gszarejko@netcongschool.org or 973-347-0020 Ext. 222

    Students in K4 through eighth grade have regularly scheduled computer classes for formal computer literacy instruction throughout the week. Students use technology to collaborate, create, and construct learning using 21st Century Skills in the context of various content area classes.

    Computer lessons are created to teach New Jersey Computer Literacy Core Content Curriculum standards as well as to reinforce content taught in the various subject areas. Classroom and content area teachers collaborate to create lessons that infuse technology into the various content areas. In this way computers are used as a tool to enhance classroom learning. As a result, students spend additional time exploring the content area subject while they are learning computer literacy skills in the mdia center.
    Students in the preschool through grade three have one forty-six minute computer literacy lesson once per week in the media center. Students in grades four and five meet in the media center twice per week. One class is a computer literacy lesson and the other is a STEAM class where students have lessons that combine Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math.
    The middle school students in grades six, seven and eight have two computer classes and an additional STEAM class each week.
Last Modified on September 10, 2017