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Technical ESOs for 11th Graders: Creating Secure Passwords

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At Enlightium Academy, students have Expected Student Outcomes (ESOs) for each grade level. This means that upon completing the 11th grade, each student is expected to grow not just academically, but spiritually and socially.

One of the three academic ESOs is technical capabilities. Upon reviewing this article, students in 11th grade are expected to understand the reason for creating secure passwords.

Passwords can be a beast. Below are some practical (and actually sort of fun) actions for you to take to stay on top of your passwords.

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Technical ESOs for 10th Graders: Understanding Malware and Antivirus

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At Enlightium Academy, students have Expected Student Outcomes (ESOs) for each grade level. This means that upon completing the 10th grade, each student is expected to grow not just academically, but spiritually and socially.

One of the three academic ESOs is technical capabilities. Upon reviewing this article, students in 10th grade are expected to understand malware and antivirus.

Keeping your computer free from malware allows you to surf safely. Malware could be planted by hackers, terrorists, or bored individuals.

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Technical ESOs for 9th Graders: Data Organization

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At Enlightium Academy, students have Expected Student Outcomes (ESOs) for each grade level. This means that upon completing the 9th grade, each student is expected to grow not just academically, but spiritually and socially.

One of the three academic ESOs is technical capabilities. Upon reviewing this article, students in 9th grade are expected to learn how about data organization.

Students should review this article with a parent.

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Technical ESOs for 8th Graders: Keeping your Computer Secure

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At Enlightium Academy, students have Expected Student Outcomes (ESOs) for each grade level. This means that upon completing the 8th grade, each student is expected to grow not just academically, but spiritually and socially.

One of the three academic ESOs is technical capabilities. Upon reviewing this article, students in 8th grade are expected to learn how to keep your computer secure.

Students should review this article with a parent.

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Technical ESOs for 7th Graders: Using Social Media Wisely

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At Enlightium Academy, students have Expected Student Outcomes (ESOs) for each grade level. This means that upon completing the 7th grade, each student is expected to grow not just academically, but spiritually and socially.

One of the three academic ESOs is technical capabilities. Upon reviewing this article, students in 7th grade are expected to learn how to use social media wisely.

Students should review this article with a parent.

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Technical ESOs for 6th Graders: Maintaining Christian Values While Accessing the Internet

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At EnlightiumAcademy, students have Expected Student Outcomes (ESOs) for each grade level. This means that upon completing the 6th grade, each student is expected to grow not just academically, but also spiritually and socially.

One of the three academic ESOs is technical capabilities. Upon reviewing this article, students in 6th grade are expected to learn how to maintain Christian values while accessing the Internet.

Students should review this article with a parent.

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Technical ESOs for 5th Graders: Keeping your Computer Healthy

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At Enlightium Academy, students have Expected Student Outcomes (ESOs) for each grade level. This means that upon completing the 5th grade, each student is expected to grow not just academically, but spiritually and socially.

One of the three academic ESOs is technical capabilities. Upon reviewing this article, students in 5th grade are expected to learn how to keep your computer healthy.

Students should review this article with a parent.

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Technical ESOs for 4th Graders: Becoming Efficient on the Computer

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At EnlightiumAcademy, students have Expected Student Outcomes (ESOs) for each grade level. This means that upon completing the 4th grade, each student is expected to grow not just academically, but spiritually and socially.

One of the three academic ESOs is technical capabilities. Upon reviewing this article, students in 4th grade are expected to learn the best practices for computer efficiency.

Students should review this article with a parent.

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Technical ESOs for 3rd Graders: Safe Online Habits

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At Enlightium Academy, students have Expected Student Outcomes (ESOs) for each grade level. This means that upon completing the 3rd grade, each student is expected to grow, not just academically, but spiritually and socially.

One of the three academic ESOs is technical capabilities. Upon reviewing this article, students in 3rd grade are expected to learn safe online habits.

Students should review this article with a parent.

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Ignitia Troubleshooting: My Student is Being Logged Out of Quizzes and Tests

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Li’l Billy is working on a math quiz. Everything is going great, and he’s on track to finish by lunch. Suddenly, from the living room, “Moooom!” He was kicked out of his test.

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Ignitia Troubleshooting: Ignitia is Saying That Not All Questions are Answered

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Li’l Billy wrapped up his science quiz and is ready to submit. Suddenly, from the living room, “Moooom!” The screen says that not all questions are answered, but Li’l Billy is sure that they are.

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Ignitia Troubleshooting: My Student's Account Has Been Hacked!

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Li’l Billy logs in for the day, ready to tackle his math lesson. But something doesn't seem right… Suddenly, from the living room, “Moooom!” Lessons have been progressed when he hadn’t started them.

Li’l Billy thinks his Ignitia account has been hacked!

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Ignitia Troubleshooting: My Student is Not Able to Log In

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8 am. Li’l Billy finishes breakfast and is ready to tackle that English lesson he’s been procrastinating on. He moseys to the computer. Suddenly, from the living room, “Moooom!” He is not able to log into Ignitia to start his courses. The screen shows “Invalid credentials”.

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Ignitia Troubleshooting: The Audio is Not Working

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Li’l Billy just started his history course for the day and is about to watch a video to help him learn about the Civil War. Li’l Billy is excited to learn about an important part of American history. Suddenly, from the living room, “Moooom!”

The video’s audio isn’t playing.

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Ignitia Troubleshooting: A New Assignment Shows Multiple Attempts

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Li’l Billy opens a Bible quiz. It’s his first attempt and he feels good about it. Suddenly, from the living room, “Moooom!”

The assignment shows that he has already accessed it, even though this is his first time.

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Ignitia Troubleshooting: A Video is Not Loading

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Li’l Billy is working on a science project. His teacher sent him a video to help him comprehend the concept before starting the project. He opens the link. Suddenly, from the living room, “Moooom!”

The video won’t play.

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Ignitia Troubleshooting: A Question has an Incorrect Answer

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Li’l Billy is working hard on his science test. He studied all day and knows the information inside-out. Suddenly, from the living room, “Moooom!”

A question has an answer that Li’l Billy (and you) know to be incorrect.

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How to Keep Homeschooled Students Accountable

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It can be difficult to hold your student accountable when homeschooling, especially when the program you are using is online based. In a brick-and-mortar school system, students have a teacher keeping a watchful eye on them during their entire day at school. The teacher is their accountability system.

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Online Student Computer Software Requirements

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In order for your student to be able to use Ignitia, our online curriculum platform, you will need to have a computer with current software installed. The good news is that this is relatively simple, even for those who are not technically savvy. The great news is that our team has listed the requirements below to make this an easy process.

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Keeping Physically Active While Homeschooling

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Trying to stay physically active while being homeschooled can be difficult. When attending a brick-and-mortar school, you have breaks between classes so you can get to your next class. It also never fails to be on the opposite side of campus or up an insane flight of stairs. When you’re at home, you can be comfy in your pjs all day, sitting comfortably at your desk, couch, or out in the sunshine. So how do you stay physically active at home?

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