Sixth 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 to the appropriate location (e.g., server, computer, flash drive). *
Required
Basic Computer Operations: Backup files to the cloud (e.g., Google Drive, Microsoft OneDrive). *
Required
Drawing/Painting/ Graphics: Group and ungroup objects. *
Required
Drawing/Painting/ Graphics: Change the stacking order of objects. *
Required
Drawing/Painting/ Graphics: Use transparent selection on objects. *
Required
Drawing/Painting/ Graphics: Compare and contrast drawing, painting, and graphic programs. *
Required
Guided Internet Use: Identify and use the correct search tool for a given task. *
Required
Keyboarding: Demonstrate personal growth in the number of words per minute typed *
Required
Keyboarding: Explain how the following commands are equivalent and use appropriately (especially in Internet research):Edit Find(Control/Command+F) *
Required
Programming/Coding: Define and create a conditional statement, loop, variable, procedure, and function. *
Required
Programming/Coding: Create code to move an object, draw a shape, and have objects interact. *
Required
Spreadsheets: Create a simple mathematical function using average, median, mode, minimum, maximum *
Required
Spreadsheets: Merge cells. *
Required
Spreadsheets: Change the number format. *
Required
Spreadsheets: Cut, copy, and paste text and values. *
Required
Spreadsheets: Incorporate graphs and spreadsheets into word processing documents. *
Required
Email Communications: Sign into and out of an email account. *
Required
Email Communications: Compose an email. *
Required
Email Communications: Open an email. *
Required
Email Communications: Attach a document (picture, video, word document) to an email. *
Required
Email Communications: Demonstrate how to delete, forward, and reply to an email. *
Required
Email Communications: Browse through emails. *
Required
Email Communications: Open and download an email attachment. *
Required
Email Communications: Print an email. *
Required
Email Communications: Demonstrate email privacy and protection. *
Required
Email Communications: Demonstrate safe email protocol. *
Required
Email Communications: Demonstrate proper email etiquette. *
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
Presentations: Synthesize and publish information using digital tools and resources. *
Required
Presentations: Collaboratively produce a digital presentation. *
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
Internet Safety/Digital Citizenship: Determine the level of privacy needed for various types of online communication. *
Required
Internet Safety/Digital Citizenship: Evaluate the level of privacy within a specific online space. *
Required
Internet Safety/Digital Citizenship: Evaluate website for having appropriate privacy when communicating with others for a student's age group. *
Required
Guided Internet Use: Turn in an assignment file to a teacher via a Learning Management System (e.g., Edmodo, Google Classroom). *
Required
Guided Internet Use: Communicate with teacher and classmates via a Learning Management System. *
Required
Guided Internet Use: Reply to an assignment with teacher and classmates via a Learning Management System. *
Required
Guided Internet Use: Engage in online discussions with learners from other cultures to investigate an issue from multiple perspectives and sources, evaluate findings and present possible solutions, using digital tools and online resources for all steps. *
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: Define and identify information found within a digital footprint. *
Required
Internet Safety/Digital Citizenship: Explain student responsibility, as a digital citizen, to respect both hardware and software, ourselves and the school community. *
Required
Internet Safety/Digital Citizenship: Evaluate website for having appropriate privacy when communicating with others for a student's age group *
Required
Internet Safety/Digital Citizenship: Define plagiarism. *
Required
Internet Safety/Digital Citizenship: Describe the consequences of plagiarism. *
Required
Internet Safety/Digital Citizenship: Explain how giving credit shows respect for the work of others. *
Required
Internet Safety/Digital Citizenship: Explain when it is acceptable to use the work of others. *
Required
Guided Internet Use: Understand and model appropriate online behavior related to cyber safety, cyber bullying, cyber security, and cyber ethics including appropriate use of social media. *
Required
Guided Internet Use: Evaluate website for age appropriateness, timeliness, and authority. *
Required
Guided Internet Use: Understand appropriate uses for social media and the negative consequences of misuse. *
Required
Internet Research: List the key components of trustworthy websites for research purposes. *
Required
Presentations: Prepare citation slide for text content. *
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
Presentations: Prepare slide notes with content derived through research. *
Required
Internet Research: List search engines and websites available for research. *
Required
Internet Research: Compare and contrast search engine and website benefits and limitations. *
Required
Internet Research: Use digital tools to research and evaluate the accuracy of, relevance to, and appropriateness of using print and non-print electronic information sources to complete a variety of tasks. *
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, Problem Solving, and Decision Making
Digital Tools: Explore a local issue, by using digital tools to collect and analyze data to identify a solution and make an informed decision. *
Required
Spreadsheets/Word Processing: Apply digital tools to collect, organize, and analyze data that supports a scientific finding. *
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, fifth grade teacher, technology integration specialists, etc). *
Your school's name *
Town in which school is located *
County in which school is located *
Submit
Never submit passwords through Google Forms.
This form was created inside of Archdiocese of Newark Catholic Schools. Report Abuse