If you've never moved your photographs from your camera to your computer, go to How to Move Photographs from Camera to Computer: Downloading.
There are five ways you can bring your photographs to class.
The most reliable way, besides prints, is to use a USB flash drive.
And, if you're taking a Photoshop Elements class, you can save your work easily with a USB flash drive.
If you want to show prints, use the lab you normally use.
You can transfer your photographs from your computer to a flash drive.
These devices are also called thumb or keychain drives.
A common size is 8 GB (gigabyte).
The class computer has a card reader.
If you have a card reader, you can put an empty (repeat, empty) flash card into your card reader.
The flash card/card reader combination is like a hard drive.
You can find the card reader on your computer in My Computer or Computer (Windows) or Finder under Devices (Mac).
Transfer photographs from a folder on your computer to the empty flash card.
During the class, dedicate a flash card for this purpose, and label it as such.
Then, when class ends, reformat the card.
Do not transfer photographs from your computer to a flash card that's in your camera.
You can use your laptop.
However, the screen is hard for a class to see.