Input/Output devices

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Input/Output devices by Mind Map: Input/Output devices

1. Input Devices

1.1. Any computer peripheral that you might use to enter data into the computer

1.2. Keyboard

1.3. Mouse

2. Challenges

2.1. Keyboard-Students do not know how a keyboard works and may be a challenge for one to type

2.2. Mouse-teaching students how to utilize the two buttons on the mouse and how to input the device to the computer.

2.3. Monitor- Being able to turn the screen off/on, changing the resolution size of the screen making it easier or less painful on the eyes.

2.4. Printer-Setting/Linking up the printer together to the computer,

3. Benefits

3.1. Keyboard-Allows one to free type and express themselves with a single touch of a button.

3.2. Mouse-It allows one to get to something quickly or gives the freedom to explore the programs on a computer

3.3. Monitor-Allows you to visually see what is being displayed on the screen.

3.4. Printer- Gives the students the chance to print up information that they want to keep for their own reference/keepsake

4. Output Devices

4.1. Pieces of hardware that move information out of the computer

4.2. Monitor

4.3. Printer