Second 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: Demonstrate correct method of logging on and off a digital device. *
Required
Basic Computer Operations: Send a file to a chosen printer. *
Required
Drawing/Painting/Graphics: Compare the common uses of painting and word processing software and identify the advantages and disadvantages of each. *
Required
Drawing/Painting/Graphics: Open a saved paint document. *
Required
Drawing/Painting/Graphics: Draw a picture and type a descriptive paragraph. *
Required
Drawing/Painting/Graphics: Copy and paste an image. *
Required
Guided Internet Use: Identify modern browsers by name and icon. *
Required
Guided Internet Use: Identify and utilize hyperlinks. *
Required
Guided Internet Use: Navigate the basic functions of a browser by using the refresh, home, and minimize buttons. *
Required
Keyboarding: Use informal keyboarding skills to type paragraphs. *
Required
Keyboarding: Model keyboarding posture. *
Required
Word Processing: Open a saved word processing document. *
Required
Word Processing: Locate the insertion point in a word processing document. *
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Word Processing: Save a word processing document. *
Required
Word Processing: Click and drag to select text. *
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Word Processing: Utilize word wrap to type a paragraph. *
Required
Word Processing: Insert a saved image into a document. *
Required
Programming/Coding: Identify how computer programming impacts our everyday lives. *
Required
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
Drawing/Painting/Graphics: Create an original work as a means of personal or group expression. *
Required
Word Processing: Insert a saved image to illustrate an original idea or story. *
Required
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 with teacher support. *
Required
Guided Internet Use: Engage in a variety of developmentally appropriate learning activities with students in other classes, schools, or countries using various media formats such as online collaborative tools, and social media. *
Required
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 various passwords in terms of safety and security. *
Required
Internet Safety/Digital Citizenship: Develop an understanding of ownership of print and non-print information. *
Required
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: Utilize links on a teacher selected web page to read further information about a topic. *
Required
Internet Research: Use teacher selected online resources to explore a problem or issue. *
Required
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
Guided Internet Use: Create a set of directions to direct a person to another location near school using geographic mapping tools. *
Required
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, second grade teacher, technology integration specialists, etc). *
School name *
Town in which school is located *
County in which the school is located *
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