Collaborate with classmates to create an interactive story using Google Slides.
Learn to identify credible online sources and make an interactive research document with basic coding.
Research technology risks and dangers, explore solutions, and create a report to communicate your findings.
Create to-do lists, assign tasks, and promote an event.
Research and organize information about a location to create an interactive guide.
Research a current event, like “social media and presidential elections,” and create a report to communicate findings to classmates.
Learn to make good financial decisions by analyzing long-term spending, researching and comparing costs, and planning for major purchases.
Learn basic coding concepts and create an automated editing program that will help improve a writing assignment.
Research technology’s impact on the workplace and on people’s daily lives, and create a report to communicate your findings.
Act as a movie producer to analyze movie data trends to pick the next box office hit.
Research a topic related to technology access, and create a report to communicate your findings.
Create an interactive presentation to share information about a topic you care about.
Learn to format, write, and design a professional resume that stands out.
Build a list of colleges and important criteria in Google Sheets. Conduct research and use what you find to compare schools.
Learn how to use Google Drive to store, access, and share files such as documents, presentations, forms, and photos in one central place.
Use Google Forms to create quizzes to test yourself and others on a topic.
Collaborate to learn how to use digital tools to organize a group project in a spreadsheet.
Make digital notes in an article to increase your understanding of what you read.
Program a progress bar in Google Slides to inform your audience of how far along they are in the presentation. Use code to add interest and fun to your presentation.
Learn about online safety and security while building a website and writing an introduction to a blog.
Reflect on and discuss digital habits to create a healthy technology balance. Watch the introduction, then select the lesson your teacher assigns.
Research Women’s History and the contributions of women to history, and create a report to communicate your findings.
Write a journal about your experiences and add photos to a digital document.
Learn to identify and avoid online scams. Share information to help others avoid online scams.
Search for an article online, then create a table in a document to evaluate the credibility of its source.
Practice creating passwords with a spreadsheet and discover the best ways to keep them safe.
Research Earth Day and the history of American environmentalism, and create a report to communicate your findings.
Collaborate with classmates to create a plan to recognize and stop cyberbullying.
Think about the actions you take online and create a visual picture of your digital footprint in Google Sheets.
Create a presentation in Google Slides to show your appreciation to a teacher, coach, or friend.
Learn about diverse innovators who invent new products or introduce new ideas, then research one innovator and present a project.
Design an infographic in Google Drawings to visually summarize and communicate information.
Create a portfolio website using Google Sites to share work you've done.
Calculate the probability of an event using formulas and a spreadsheet.
Apply conditional formatting rules in a spreadsheet to create a personalized art project.
Machine learning is the science of using data to train computers so that they can make decisions, perform tasks automatically, and improve from experience. In Introduction to Machine Learning, students explore these types of computer programs, how they are used in the real world, and the ethical implications.
Use images, text, and video to compile a digital scrapbook to share with your friends and family.
Organize and track your goals, and improve your study skills using a spreadsheet.
Set goals and check-in points for the school year by writing an email to yourself, then scheduling it to send at a later date.
Collaborate with classmates to organize a club with Google Sheets.
Analyze your day and use what you learn to make decisions about how you spend your time.