Mrs. Kim Good
Years of teaching: This is my 6th year in education.

Biography: I've been blessed with this opportunity to work with students of all ages as the Computer/Technology teacher. I've taught in several schools throughout Eugene, in subjects ranging from PE to Special Education. I am happy to be a part of St. Paul Parish School, where family, Christ, and community create an exceptional learning environment. Today, technology touches just about every part of our lives and the classroom is a wonderful medium for exploring the constant changes.

Contact me:

Phone 541-344-1401 

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1st - 5th grades: Students begin Computer Technology in first grade by learning how to log into their individual laptops. Students start out learning the basics of proper usage of computer components and programs, safe and effective internet navigation for research, and keyboard recognition. By the 4th grader, we start focusing on proper keyboarding skills using the schoolwide program "Typing Pal."

Grades 1 - 5 learn and utilize the following programs: Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Publisher, KidPix, Starfall, Accelerated Reader and a variety of Internet search engines. Students become familiar with Portaportal as a way to find links to specific websites. Starting in 1st grade, students also begin learning the basics of code through

6th - 8th grades: Students utilize technology within their Language Arts, Science, Social Studies, and Math classes.  Technology is integrated into these classes to provide context and meaning to the curriculum.  Students develop their typing, word processing, and Internet research skills.  They also use iPad apps to supplement their core curriculum.

Grades 6 - 8 learn and utilize the following programs: Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Accelerated Reader, and IXL. Students become familiar with coding via, Turtle, Khan, and Scratch. Students in 6th-8th grade continue to focus on keyboarding skills using Typing Pal and are asked to practice these skills at home.


SMART Boards™ are utilized in classrooms and homerooms. This technology allows all students within a classroom to view digital textbooks, visit websites, interact with educational games, and respond to instruction.





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