Organising

Organising is the ability to structure or arrange connected items. Learners understand that ICT systems can be used to inform, adapt, manage and problem-solve during their creative, communicative, collaborative and investigative processes. Learners make connections, transfer existing knowledge and independently explore new technologies. The role of ICT in the PYP (2011)

a. to structure or arrange connected items (store and retrieve incl reading lists, favs,); Interface across various devices (printers, cameras, USBs, evernote - apps across devices, reminders/notes, local vs cloud storage)

b. efficiently control and navigate - shortcuts, hot keys, hand gestures

e. safety and citizenship in a digital world

Year 1

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Year 4

Year 5

Year 6

Learners:

Learners:

Learners:

Learners:

Learners:

Learners:

1a. Save files/data and retrieve files.

Move files between applications; Use appropriate names for digital content.

2a. Manage files/data eg, save between locations, apps and devices; Use appropriate names for digital content.

3a. Manage files/data eg. save to various devices/storage spaces;Move files between locations and devices; Use search functions to retrieve files/open applications.

4a. Make informed choices on where to save files/emails/ applications in order to efficiently retrieve and share; Use advanced search functions to retrieve files/emails/open applications. Recognise common file formats and size and its implication on transfers, storage and quality.

5a. Begin to develop an organised system of folders and/or tags with naming convention;

use aggregation and curation tools for grouping and discovering content (eg playlists, bookmarks, media libraries); Understanding meta information (eg file types/sizes); Find and use appropriate tools and methods for converting file formats (eg doc to pdf, psd to jpg);

6a. Devise and maintain an organised system of folders and/or tags with naming convention;

Self select and use aggregation and curation tools for grouping and discovering content (eg playlists, bookmarks, media libraries); Understanding meta information (eg file types/sizes); Find and use appropriate tools and methods for converting file formats (eg doc to pdf, psd to jpg);

1b. Use correct navigational gestures (mouse/screen/pad) to control devices.

2b. Use correct navigational gestures (mouse/screen/pad) to control and navigate devices.

3b. Make use of the shortcut/hotkeys as needed to complete text/image tasks.

4b. Begin to use a variety of methods of interface navigation.

5b. Begin to use efficient methods of interface navigation.   Make use of the ‘sacred key bindings’ - shortcuts within and between a variety of programmes.

6b. Personalise own  device (preferences) and shortcuts.

1e. Recognize what type of information is private, including passwords

2e. Recognize what type of information is private, including passwords

3e. Maintaining private information

4e. Develop strategies for safely managing multiple accounts.

5e. Begin to identify and select personally appropriate strategies for safely managing multiple accounts and develop backup and recovery strategies.

6e.Identify and select personally appropriate strategies for safely managing multiple accounts and

develop backup and recovery strategies.

What it might look like

What it might look like

What it might look like

What it might look like

What it might look like

What it might look like

1a. find files on an ipad and transfer (insert) between the camera roll and videolicious  

2a. Students drag and drop a file from one location to another; import a photo into an app from the camera roll

3a. Students moves photos from a USB to a computer.

Use shared file folders/websites

to upload and retrieve files

4a. Students search their emails for keywords in the entire message rather than just the subject. Give their “Event” a name when uploading to iMovie.

5a. Students make a copy of a Google doc shared by their teacher; they edit (delete, add) as necessary.

6a. Naming layers in Photoshop; Create a bookmarking list in Diigo .

1b. Scrolling with a finger swipe

2b. Drag and drop a file from one folder to another

3b. Using Cmd+C to copy and Cmd+V to paste

4b. Using ‘sacred key bindings’ such as spacebar to start and stop media.

5b. Developing bookmarks on Chrome that will follow the student wherever they login

6b. Student personalizes the trackpad to their desired gestures

1e. Students do not share their full names not on websites

2e. Students learn not to provide their full address online unless supervised by an adult

3e. students make effective passwords, being ‘easy for them to remember, difficult for others to guess’.

4e. Student make more effective passwords including letters and numbers.

5e. Students decide to not have their password remember in the computer keychain because it is a shared computer.

6e. Students select between a cloud backup or a backup on TimeMachine