Third Grade Technology Mastery
Reflect on this first year with a technology curriculum map and share your students progress in the skills. This will help guide the technology integration specialists as we consider where emphasis will need to be placed in the 2017-2018 school year and beyond as well as considering how to eventually adjust the curriculum maps.

Please note you can check the box "All students have mastered this skill" if 70% of the students in the grade level have mastered the skill. This takes into consideration the developmental status of all students in a given class.
Technology Operations and Concepts
Guided Internet Use: Locate images on child-safe websites. *
Guided Internet Use: Save image to Downloads folder. *
Keyboarding: Use informal keyboarding skills to type all work. *
Keyboarding: Compare and contrast student keyboarding posture to “model” posture. *
Keyboarding: Use shift key to type upper case letters. *
Keyboarding: Compare and contrast shift key and caps lock key. *
Word Processing: Change the font name and style (bold, italics, underline, and color). *
Word Processing: Align and justify text (left, center, right, fully justify). *
Word Processing: Distinguish between Save and Save As. *
Word Processing: Name a document. *
Word Processing: Insert and resize clip art. *
Programming/Coding: Explain why we need to make new programs. *
Presentations: Identify, access, and open a presentation program by name and icon. *
Presentations: State the purpose of a presentation program. *
Presentations: Type text in slide placeholders. *
Presentations: Add images in slide placeholders. *
Operations: Please share your thoughts and/or questions about this skill including the hardware, software, or websites that assisted your students in practice and mastery.
Creativity and Innovation
Guided Internet Use: Collaborate to produce a digital story about a significant local event or issue based on first-person interviews. *
Please share your thoughts and/or questions about this skill including the hardware, software, or websites that assisted your students in practice and mastery.
Communication and Collaboration
Guided Internet Use: Interact and publish with peers, experts, or others using various media and formats in online spaces or school social media. *
Please share your thoughts and/or questions about this skill including the hardware, software, or websites that assisted your students in practice and mastery.
Digital Citizenship
Internet Safety/Digital Citizenship: Compare and contrast how sharing personal information over the Internet can affect an individual. *
Internet Safety/Digital Citizenship: Discuss appropriate, legal, and safe uses of technology. *
Internet Safety/Digital Citizenship: Compare and contrast appropriate and inappropriate use of social media on the Internet. *
Internet Safety/Digital Citizenship: Define cyber bullying. *
Internet Safety/Digital Citizenship: List ways to prevent cyber bullying and online harassment. *
Internet Safety/Digital Citizenship: Explain student responsibility to respect the work of others. *
Please share your thoughts and/or questions about this skill including the hardware, software, or websites that assisted your students in practice and mastery.
Research and Information Fluency
Internet Research: Demonstrate the use of quotation marks in phrase searches to change the quantity of search results. *
Please share your thoughts and/or questions about this skill including the hardware, software, or websites that assisted your students in practice and mastery.
Critical Thinking, Decision Making, and Problem Solving
Basic Computer Operations: Demonstrate how to save a file to a variety of locations and folders. *
Please share your thoughts and/or questions about this skill including the hardware, software, or websites that assisted your students in practice and mastery.
Your Name *
Your role in the school (e.g., computer teacher, third grade teacher, technology integration specialists, etc). *
School name *
Town in which school is located *
County in which school is located *
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