K-12 Technology Skills Graph
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K-12 Technology & Information Literacy Skills Graph
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Empowered Learner (NETS-S #1)
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1.aCreate, manipulate, and share digital pictures, videos, and resources.
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1.bUse digital imaging technology to modify or create works of art for use in a digital presentation.
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1.cGather data using digital tools and resources
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1.cExamine patterns and analyze information for decision making using digital tools and resources
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1.dDescribe and illustrate a content-related concept or process using a model, simulation, or concept-mapping software.
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1.eCommunicate original ideas and stories using digital tools and media-rich resources
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1.fProduce a digital presentation integrating various technologies.
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Digital Citizen (NETS-S#2)
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2.a.1Apply Technology (multimedia, digital tools, other resources) - exposure to multimedia content, video, images, animations.
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2.a.2Use productivity tools to produce and communicate work.
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2.bWork collaboratively within a document with teachers and peers
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2.c.dParticipate in learning activities using communication tools (e.g., email, chat tools, discussion boards, messaging, video conferencing, or social networking) to communicate and collaborate with peers and staff.
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Knowledge Constructor (NETS-S #3): Participate in research projects/interdisciplinary units using digital tools
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Big 6 - Step 1: Task Definition (develop a topic)
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3.a.1Identify manageable topics based on the parameters of an assignment
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3.a.2Brainstorm/list questions to answer about your project (who, what, when, where, which, why, and how)
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3.a.3Recognize the different formats of information (data, facts, primary source information, second-hand information, etc.) to solve the information problem
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Big 6 - Step 2: Information Seeking Strategies (identify potential sources)
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3.b.1Recall information from experiences; seek sources in print or digital format: books, magazines, databases, pre-selected websites, audio/video, reference (encyclopedia)
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3.b.2Understand information retrieved should be evaluated for the author's expertise, the accuracy of the information presented, the currency/timeliness, and bias.
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3.b.3Read, view, and listen for information presented in any format (e.g., textual, visual, media, digital) in order to make inferences and gather meaning.
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3.b.4Big 6 - Step 3: Location and Access (locate sources, develop, use, and revise search strategies, identify information within each source)
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3.b.5Systematically obtain accurate and relevant information pertaining to a particular topic from a range of sources, including local and national media, libraries, museums, governmental agencies, industries, and individuals.
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3.b.6Utilize databases (subscription-based) for authoritative and relevant information (INFOhio, Gale, ABC-CLIO, EBSCO, etc.)
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3.b.7Recognize & utilize the appropriate open search tool for authoritative and relevant information
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3.b.8Utilize the OPAC (online public access catalog) to retrieve information
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3.b.9Distinguish the appropriate format/tool (database, search engine, OPAC) and conduct effective searches using advanced search features such as Boolean operators (AND, OR, NOT) in the search process (includes image searches)
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3.b.10Recognize various domain names (.net, .org, .edu, .mil, .com, .gov, country codes) to help determine the reliability/validity and author
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3.b.11Display persistence by continuing to pursue information searching despite challenges to gain a broader perspective
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3.b.12.13Locate reliable sources and find the relevant information within them
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Big 6 - Step 4: Use of Information (evaluate sources and information)
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3.c.1Select and evaluate the appropriateness of information from sources utilizing a website evaluation tool/checklist
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3.c.2Respect intellectual property rights of creators and producers by following ethical and legal copyright guidelines in gathering and using information by demonstrating permissions obtained and credit given
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3.c.3Use an application to create citations, notecards, outline, Works Cited/References (bibliography)
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3.c.5Big 6 - Step 5: Synthesis (recognize how to use information responsibly, ethically, and legally, organize and present information)
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3.c.6Take notes, organize information from multiple sources into logical sequence (e.g. NoodleTools, Google Docs)
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3.c.7Paraphrase correctly, create Works Cited/References, and use parenthetical citations according to the appropriate style (MLA, APA) using appropriate tools.
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3.c.8Compile information learned into a final product, paper, or presentation
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3.c.9Present the information
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Big 6 - Step 6: Evaluation (judge the product and process)
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3.d.1 & 3Evaluate the final learning product for its adherence to research/project requirements, quality, and effectiveness; revise and edit as necessary
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3.d.2Recognize new knowledge and understanding gained from the research.
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3.d.4Communicate, publish, and disseminate information product in appropriate format (report, speech, presentation, web-based product, etc.)
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3.e.5Digitize information product for archiving and future use (i.e.: creating an electronic portfolio)
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Innovative Designer (NETS-S #4)
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4.aUtilize a variety of Internet and technology resources to gather diverse perspectives and explore alternative solutions
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4.bUse technology to collect, analyze, and evaluate data and outcomes to make evaluations and decisions
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4.cIdentify and define authentic problems and questions for investigation
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4.dDemonstrate project management abilities (organizing information, deadlines) to develop a solution or complete project
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Computational Thinker (NETS-S #5)
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5.aUnderstand the connections technology has on home, school, community and the world
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5.bResponsible Use of Technology - What are appropriate rules at school/home?
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5.cIdentifying and managing appropriate online relationships (family, friends, strangers)
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5.dSelect and use appropriate forms of digital communication (email, texting, social networking, LMS)
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5.eUse digital communication tools in an effective and respectful manner (etiquette/netiquette.)
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5.fRecognize the importance of rules & laws in keeping people safe
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5.gDigital Health (Sit up straight, feet flat, wrists flat, fingers curved, monitor at eye level, add intervals of finger exercises & stretching during prolonged computer activity, appropriate screen time)
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5.hSpam, Scams, Pharming & Phishing - Recognition & Action (Trojan Horses, Spyware, Worms & Viruses and how to avoid Identiy Theft)
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5.iDigital Footprint (what it is & curate a positive online presence)
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5.jEffectively managing & protecting personal information online (understanding potential for misuse and impact on users- Identity Theft)
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5.kUnderstand how to be effective consumers in a digital economy (Ecommerce and financial literacy)
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Creative Communicator (NETS-S #6)
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6Keyboarding
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Word Processing
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6.a.1Locate and use the following keys when appropriate: Shift, Backspace/Delete, Enter/Return, Space Bar, Number Keys, and Punctuation Keys
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6.a.2Access and make a choice from a drop down menu
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6.a.3Create and appropriately name a digital text document
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6.a.4Share a Google Doc
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6.a.5Change font style, size, bold, underline, italics, and color in a digital document
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6.a.6Create a table and bulleted/numbered lists in a document
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6.a.7Comment, read comments, and respond to comments in a Google Doc
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6.a.8Access editing tools such as cut/copy/paste and undo and redo
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6.a.9Create and use a collaborative digital document
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6.a.10Access the revision history in Google Drive Docs, Spreadsheets, and Presentations
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6.a.11Access and use a Google Drive template
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Presentations
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Create a basic digital presentation using Google Slides or other online tool
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6.b.2Create advanced/effective digital presentations and/or digital videos that meet curricular goals.
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Internet
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6.c.1Start a web browser and navigate webpages using the navigation buttons, the home button, and the reload/refresh button
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6.c.2Navigate to the school portal page
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6.c.3Use features of Internet browser (e.g. bookmarks/favorites, type in a web site address in the address bar)
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6.c.4Recognize and differentiate between Internet browsers and their suitability/usefulness.
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Basic Operations
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6.d.1Plug in headphones on all digital devices
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6.d.2Effectively use a mouse or track pad to point and click
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6.d.3Restart a digital device as a method of troubleshooting technical problems
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6.d.4Turn on, log in, start programs, and log out and/or shut down appropriate device
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6.d.5Create, memorize, and manage a unique account password
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6.d.6Create and implement a strategy to manage all other user account passwords
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6.d.7Create, organize, and share folders in Google Drive and other applications
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6.d.8Create, utilize and customize organizational apps and sites
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6.d.9aCreate and use appropriate file naming and organization conventions.
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6.d.9bRecognize file extensions (e.g. .doc, .xls, .ppt, .jpg) and their uses.
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Spreadsheets & Forms
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6.e.1Use a digital tool to collect and analyze data
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