💻 Webpage | 🔋 Instagram | 📱Twitter | 🎥 YouTube

The goal of this course is to provide all middle school students with an introduction to the principles of computer science, basic keyboarding skills, Internet safety and usage, and computer applications. Students will explore how personality traits and personal values align with career choices and will develop a career plan. Personal, professional, and ethical standards of behavior for the workplace will be examined and reinforced in the classroom.

In this course, middle school students build a knowledge base of computer applications, information systems, internet safety, 21st century skills, and business and computer science careers of the 21st century.

We are a paperless classroom, which means all work will be completed and submitted online using Google Classroom, G-Suites for Education and other online web tools.

Remind is a communication tool that helps teachers connect instantly with students and parents and send quick, simple messages to any device.

Class Dojo is a behavior management tool for the classroom. Each student has a profile to which teachers can assign positive and negative points (or 'dojos') throughout the lesson. Class Dojo points will be rewarded or deducted for positive and negative behavior in the classroom.

Parents can track student behavior with an account and code. Parent Class Dojo Codes are available upon request!

💻 Click here to learn more about class dojo!

Meet Your Teacher

🍎 Teaching Experience: 15 Years

🎓Mississippi State University

🥇Bachelors of Science in Family and Consumer Sciences

🥈Masters of Science in Instructional Technology

🥉Educational Specialist in Technology

Kimberly Christian

6, 7, 8 Grade

🏫 Valdosta Middle School

📩 Email: kchristian@gocats.org

📞 Phone: 229.333.8555 Ext: 3101

Disclaimer: All career and technical education programs follow the system’s policies of nondiscrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, and disability in all programs, services, activities and employment. In addition, arrangements can be made to ensure that the lack of English language proficiency is not a barrier to admission or participation.