Fifth 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
Basic Computer Operations: Save a file on a flash drive. *
Basic Computer Operations: Demonstrate the safe removal of a flash drive. *
Basic Computer Operations: Access a file on a flash drive. *
Drawing/Painting/ Graphics: Modify paint tools by creating custom colors. *
Drawing/Painting/ Graphics: Duplicate an object. *
Drawing/Painting/ Graphics: Differentiate between background color and object color. *
Guided Internet Use: Locate and copy a URL within the address box. *
Guided Internet Use: Identify modern search engines by name and URL. *
Keyboarding: Use formal keyboarding skills to learn the keys A through Z, numbers, and punctuation marks. *
Keyboarding: Use formal keyboarding skills on the numeric keypad. *
Keyboarding: Explain how the following commands are equivalent and use appropriately: Edit Copy(Control/Command+C) Edit Paste(Control/Command+P) Edit Cut(Control/Command+X) Edit Select All(Control/Command+A) *
Keyboarding: Demonstrate personal growth in the number of words per minute typed. *
Word Processing: Insert page break. *
Word Processing: Use cut, copy and paste (between documents). *
Word Processing: Set left and right margin. *
Word Processing: Set paragraph spacing (single, double). *
Word Processing: Set page orientation (portrait, landscape). *
Word Processing: Use the “find and replace” feature. *
Word Processing: Use the tab key with pre-set tabs. *
Word Processing: Use the thesaurus to select other words that have the same meaning. *
Word Processing: Insert headers, footers and page numbers. *
Word Processing: Set paragraph indenting format. *
Word Processing: Utilize and close print preview. *
Word Processing: Choose the appropriate printer. *
Programming/Coding: Create algorithms using a pre-defined set of commands. *
Presentations: Print presentation notes, handouts, and slides to appropriate printer. *
Spreadsheets: Print a spreadsheet to appropriate printer. *
Spreadsheets: Insert and delete a column or a row. *
Spreadsheets: Resize cell columns and rows. *
Spreadsheets: Format a cell or block of cells. *
Spreadsheets: Change column width. *
Spreadsheets: Create a simple mathematical function with SUM. *
Spreadsheets: Use data within a spreadsheet to create a chart or graph. *
Spreadsheets: Change the cell color and border format. *
Spreadsheets: Select cells to create a pie chart. *
Spreadsheets: Select cells to create a bar chart. *
Spreadsheets: Insert pictures from local or online files. *
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
Presentations: Demonstrate the oral presentation skills of speaking clearly and loudly. *
Presentations: Use correct physical demeanor of facing the audience while speaking, maintaining eye contact with the audience, holding presentation notes below the mouth, and standing up straight while presenting. *
Email Communications: Distinguish the difference between social media post language and “professional” language. *
Internet Research: Use evidence to communicate why search results are of value for a given keyword search. *
Internet Research: Explain and follow guidelines for safe Internet browsing. *
Digital Tools and Online Resources: Use web 2.0 tools to present projects and activities. *
Digital Tools and Online Resources: Work in pairs or groups and have shared responsibility to complete a project utilizing technology. *
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 Research: Explain plagiarism and the harm of claiming others’ work as one’s own. *
Internet Research: Explain the need for and use of copyrights. *
Internet Research: Recognize resource citations in online materials. *
Internet Safety/Digital Citizenship: Demonstrate an understanding of the need to practice cyber safety, cyber security, and cyber ethics when using technology and social media. *
Internet Safety/Digital Citizenship: Understand digital citizenship and demonstrate an understanding of the personal consequences of inappropriate use of technology and 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.
Research and Information Fluency
Internet Research: Develop and modify keywords based on search criteria. *
Internet Research: Modify searches through advanced search features and techniques. *
Spreadsheets: Create charts based on data collected. *
Spreadsheets: Compare and contrast data in chart form. *
Guided Internet Use: Select alternative websites when inappropriate information pops up. *
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
Spreadsheets: Format and design spreadsheets and cells to clearly present readable data. *
Spreadsheets: Create a spreadsheet to communicate data collected in class. *
Spreadsheets: Create a graph to communicate data collected in class. *
Spreadsheets: Interpret numeric data in a spreadsheet. *
Spreadsheets: Interpret graph data in a spreadsheet. *
Internet Safety/Digital Citizenship: Evaluate appropriateness of a website’s theme for a student’s age group. *
Internet Safety/Digital Citizenship: Evaluate appropriateness of a website’s language for a student's age group. *
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, fifth grade teacher, technology integration specialists, etc). *
Your school's name *
Town in which school is located *
County in which school is located *
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