Hi all: I had a surprise interview today for a computer science teacher for k-8 grades at a charter school. I was shocked because I had applied for a sub job last week. Anyway the question that the Assistant Principal wanted to know was how would I teach computers to little kids. At first I was like huh? then I told her that I would start off by asking the teachers of the other grades what they would like their students to learn and I would also send out a letter to the parents asking them the same thing. She loved that idea. I told her that teaching computers have to start at an young age and they can uses those skills in all their classes as well as being motivated as well. She wanted to know how would I separate the upper kids in the middle school grades. I told her at that time they should know about computers and that they should be able to do papers in word, powerpoint etc... She loved that one as well. I also told her when I have free periods I would like to offer free help to other teacher's and staff to allow them to ask questions about technology and to see if they want to brush up on any thing that they want to learn like webpages etc.... I also showed her an updated version of the website that a teacher is working on and she loved that too. The interview was about 45 minutes which was the longest I ever had. I had my portfolio along with some kid friend lesson plans but most of all the classes will be 3 minutes for the little kids and 40 mintues for the big ones. I should know next week about the interview but we both were throwing suggestions out that we would like to see the school technology program to go, but anyone has any ideas for lesson plans for the little ones? any help will be used.