Salcedo, Edwin

Welcome to Mr. Salcedo's Classroom! 

Grades: 4-5; Subject: Technology 

Contact Information
Email Address:
Phone number: 
732-699-1563 ext. 5409
Best time to reach me: 
During school hours via email
  Hi, my name is Edwin Salcedo. I graduated from Kean University in 2004 with a B.S. in Management Science and obtained my elementary education teaching certificate shortly after. I have taught Technology for the past nine years.
Classroom Quick Links


Please review the links on the left for notes, guides, tutorials, etc. 

All students will practice typing using during the school year. Students will complete 1 lesson every week for homework.  

Please click on the following link if you need more assistance with logging into EduTyping and viewing the lessons: EduTyping Procedures.

Please check back for more videos or notes throughout the school year. 

Students can continue working with coding using:
Log-in Instructions
Khan Academy Homework:
5th Grade Only
(Some classes have other lessons)
Due Week of 4/24/17
***Remember to log-in***
- Welcome to the Web!
- HTML Basics
Quick tip: HTML tags
- Challenge: Write a Poem

Typing Homework

Numbers and Symbols Unit
Lesson 2
Due Week of 4/24/17

Numbers and Symbols Unit 
Lesson 3
Due Week of 5/1/17

Schoology Video:
Click Here

Schoology Checklist:
Click Here

Reading Homework and 
Questions to Review:

Read (click below)
(Quiz 1)
What is a computer?

Basic Parts

Read (click below) 
(Quiz 2)
What is an operating system?

Read (click below)
(Quiz 3)
Inside a Computer

Questions (click below)

Review (QUIZ 1)
Review (QUIZ 2)
Review (QUIZ 3)

Classroom Announcements & Special Projects:

Please click on the links on the left hand side to view notes and guides for my classroom. 

Parents, please have your children practice with (link above) to improve their keyboarding technique.

Students will be using Schoology this year. For those who are not familiar with Schoology, it is a social learning platform for students to: complete online assignments, store files, collaborate with their peers, participate in class discussions, and communicate with their teachers.