If you experience problems having multiple students log on to the Technology Challenge, ask your IT department to 'white list' both www.technologychallenge.com and www.technologychallenge.org as well as this IP address: 220.127.116.11 on the proxy server/firewall/web filtering appliances.
Prove and Improve Students' Computer Skills
Through a partnership with LearnDoEarn (LDE), the Technology Challenge is offered to schools for use with students in grades 7 through 12. The Technology Challenge helps students learn how to use standard business software such as word processing, spreadsheet, database and presentation applications, that is needed for most jobs.
By taking the Technology Challenge exercises, students can prove -- and improve -- their ability to use computers as a tool to solve problems.
The Technology Challenge offers dozens of challenging questions that will help students understand how business people use computers every day.
Challenges range from easy to very difficult and will challenge students to solve problems with the knowledge they have.
Each Technology Challenge generates a credential to prove student proficiency in that particular business software application, which can be shown to potential employers during job interviews.