School computer club activities

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School computer club activities
School computer clubs can provide students with socialisation and a better understanding of technology. (computer image by Orlando Florin Rosu from

School computer clubs benefit children in a number of ways. When children are involved in computer-related clubs, they establish job skills that they will need in their future careers, according to Education World. Children also remain up-to-speed in the ever-progressing world of technology. School club members can take part in a variety of computer activities.

School Newsletter

Give students the opportunity to create monthly or bimonthly school newsletters, which will keep them informed of schoolwide news and information. Have students take photographs, interview students and write opinion articles. Encourage them to incorporate this information and resources into the content of the newsletter.

Digital Photography

Digital photography activities give youth the chance to take a wide array of photos and then edit these photos on the computer. Encourage the students to take pictures of people and landscapes. Once in the computer lab, have each student download his photos and begin the editing process. If the school computers aren't capable of editing photos, then try websites such as Picnik that allow visitors to edit their photos. Cropping, altering the contrast of the photo and distorting the overall image are just a few ways students can edit a photo.

Social Media

Social media is growing in popularity, and many youth and adults nationwide use social media to market a business or organisation or to simply communicate. Teach children in the school computer club to use social media in a positive way. After obtaining permission with the principal, have them create a school Facebook page or Twitter account. Ensure the students only post positive images and comments, and encourage them to update events, details and photographs related to school happenings.

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