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PowerPoint for training teens to tutor Seniors (age 50+) in beginning computer tasks. Teens will teach computer parts, computer terms, mousercise, internet and email, and answer general questions.

PowerPoint for training teens to tutor Seniors (age 50+) in beginning computer tasks. Teens will teach computer parts, computer terms, mousercise, internet and email, and answer general questions.

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  • Tell them that there are many ways to use a computer – they should find the way that works for them. Like - mouse pad versus mouse versus track ball.
  • Try to speak clearly and not too fast. Take your time. Ask the student if they have any questions.
  • It is vital to tell your students about phishing. Let them know that they should never click on a link from an email to go to their bank, call a phone number from an email, etc. There are many scammers pretending to be their bank or other company and trying to get their log in passwords. If they get an email that they think is from their bank. They should close their email and go to their bank website directly – using phone and internet addresses they get from their bank bill, etc.
  • The people you work with will appreciate all the help you give them!
  • Tell them that there are many ways to use a computer – they should find the way that works for them. Like - mouse pad versus mouse versus track ball.

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  • Teen Technology Tutors
  • You know a lot! You can share your knowledge You can make a difference!
  • Obstacles View slide
    • Technophobia
    • I will break the computer!
    View slide
    • Technophobia
    • I am too old to learn all this!
    • Computers/Internet
    • Make it sound easy:
    • Be a cheerleader!
    • Convince them that they can
    • learn computers
    • - Give example of learning
    • to ride a bike or drive a
    • car. It just takes time and
    • practice. One step at a time.
    • Physical Limitations
    • Arthritis or Tremors
    • Vision - Cataracts or far-sighted
    • Hearing problems – don’t be
    • afraid to be loud, if necessary.
    • Arthritis–
    • let them find a comfortable way to hold the mouse and how to right click and then left click on “open” from the menu.
    • Tremors – the mouse pad can be used to keep mouse from moving, so that they can click on an icon.
    • Vision:
    • Show your student how to use “control +” and “control-” to increase and decrease the font size on webpages.
    • Computers/Internet
    • Patience, step-by-step
    • instructions, and repetition
    • are needed.
    • Hands–on is key
    • don’t move the mouse for them!
    • Computers/Internet
    • Explain parts of the computer
    • and keyboard (see handout).
    • Answer all their questions, but
    • do not get too complex.
    • Mousercise!
    • Computers/Internet
    • Internet - .com, .edu, .gov, .org
    • email – how to set up account
    • and how to use email
    • Tell them about phishing – and that they should not click on a link from an email to log into their bank!
    • email attachments
    • Computers/Internet
    • Don’t reformat their disks,
    • install software etc.
    • It is ok if you can’t answer
    • their question – just ask a
    • librarian at the reference desk
    • any problems – just ask us
  •  
  • Resources: Carol Bean’s website: http://beanworks.wordpress.com/category/seniors/