SFDS K-8 Technology Scope & Sequence 2016-2017
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Working copy of Technology Scope & Sequence
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Last updated: November 30, 2015. Adapted from various sources including Francis Parker Scope & Sequence and Common Core (California)I
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1. Ethics and Safety
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Demonstrate compliance with classroom, school rules (Acceptable Use Policy) regarding responsible use of personal devices and SFDS systemsIIPPPPPMM
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Demonstrate responsible uses of technology and digital information; describe possible risks and consequences of inappropriate useIPPPPPPM
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Demonstrate guidelines for the use of copyrighted materials (e.g., text, images, music, video in student projects) and crediting to media creatorsIPPPPPM
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Demonstrate appropriate cyber-security practicesIPPPPPM
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Demonstrate safe email (and other online services) proceduresIPPPIPM
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Identify cyberbullying and describe strategies to deal with such a situationIPPPPPM
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Demonstrate online etiquette (e.g., use appropriate language in emails and other social networking sites)IPPPPPM
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Demonstrate how to protect online privacy, and recognize that digital assets can be sharable and permanentIPPPPPP
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Be aware of the moral and legal ramifications of using technology irresponsibly (e.g., hacking, hosting inappropriate pictures, cyberbullying, identity theft)IPPPM
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Analyze and explain how media and technology can be used to distort, exaggerate, and misrepresent informationIIIPIIPM
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Be aware the concept of intellectual property and the various rights and laws associated with created media (e.g., All Rights Reserved, Creative Commons)IPPIPP
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2. Technology Operations and Concepts
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Introductory Device Usage: Use interface elements to accomplish tasks such as turn on, restart, shutdown, launch apps and programs; click on urls, radio buttons, check boxes; use scroll bars; adjust audio level; use camera, adjust screen brightness, charging and power level, care and cleaning - REWRITE FOR iPADIPPMMMMM
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Intermediate Device Usage: Use interface elements to accomplish tasks such as force quit, force restart, install application, utilize the speech function as an input/output method (e.g., text read out loud, dictation), check amount of space available on device and free up space as needed, upgrade operating systemIIPPIIP
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Advanced Device Usage: Identify successful troubleshooting strategies for minor hardware and software issues/problems (e.g., "frozen screen")IPPPIPP
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File Management: Use search tools to find apps and files, organize apps and documents; create, name, populate and move folders, upload and download files (e.g., Notability, Explain Everything, Google Drive), organize and sort files, use naming conventions, manage storage and backups. REWRITE FOR IPAD!IPPMMMMM
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Introductory Keyboarding: Locate and use the correct letter and number keys with home row placement using virtual keyboards or physical keyboardsIIPPPPM
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Intermediate Keyboarding: Demonstrate 25 WPM touch typing skills using both physical and virtual keyboards (e.g., phones, tablets, laptops, or desktops) with increasing accuracy and speed; use keyboard commands where appropriateIPPPP
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Advanced Keyboarding: Demonstrate 40 WPM touch typing skills using both physical and virtual keyboards (e.g., phones, tablets, laptops, or desktops) with increasing accuracy and speed; use keyboard commands where appropriate
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Accounts: Log into personal accounts (e.g., Apple ID, email, Google Drive, Google Docs, etc), log onto SFDS systems with secure passwords, access SFDS wireless networkIIPPMMM
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Internet: Use a web browser to access information (e.g., enter a URL, access links, create bookmarks/favorites/webclip, choose the appropriate web browser)IIIPPPMM
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Working with multiple tools: Demonstrate the ability to switch between multiple applications (e.g. Explain Everything, Google Drive, eBackpack), transfer information between apps, highlight text; cut, copy and paste text, convert file formats (files back and forth between apps)IIPPPMM
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Support: Demonstrate appropriate ways to get technical support (e.g., seeking help outside of class time)IIIPPM
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Hardware: Identify the different types of connectors used to interface devices (USB, VGA, HDMI) and operate peripherals (scanners, printers, probes, AppleTV, projectors) independently. IPPPMM
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Introductory Google Drive: Create and save documents; demonstrate the ability to work online and offline; backup data (e.g., iMovie, Explain Everything); use Google Apps for Education (GAFE) or other GAFE integrated features and applications (e.g., LucidChart) to write, edit, and share documents independently and collaboratively.IPPPMMM
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Intermediate Google Drive: Use Google Drive on any device (e.g., iPad, computer) to complete an assignment, differentiate between native GAFE file formats and other application formats (e.g., MS Word to Google Docs), print to and from Google DriveIPPMM
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Advanced Google Drive: Demonstrate the ability to convert other file formats (e.g., MS Office) to GAFE, use the revision history in GAFE to restore to a previous version in a variety of formats, export and download files in a variety of formats, use add-ons and extensions to enhance features of GAFE applicationsIPM
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eBackpack: Access teacher-provided information, contribute to online discussions, submit assignmentsIIPPPMM
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eBackpack: Sign in to eBackpack, add text, images, video to a student My Drive and ePortfolio; chronologically organize evidence of learning (e.g., documents, images, movies) from year to yearIPPPPPMM
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Multimedia: Draw two and three dimensional geometric shapes uses a variety of technology tools (e.g., Drawing Pad create a flow chart (e.g., Inspiration Maps, LucidChart) to connect concepts, create a 3D model using CAD softwareIIIPPPPP
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Multimedia: Use painting and camera tools/applications to create and edit an image, use filters and other effects to enhance, crop and resize, import and export pictures between apps in a variety of formats, modify photosIIIPMMMM
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Multimedia: Watch teacher-assigned online videos (e.g. YouTube) and use play, pause, rewind and forward buttons while viewing the video, fullscreen, enable closed captioningIIPMMMMM
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Multimedia: Use device to record and edit audio for a variety of applications (practice speech, foreign language, musical performance)IIPPPP
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Multimedia: Create a movie; edit video and soundtrack, save final version, share online (YouTube Channel, Google Drive, GarageBand); create and edit a podcast (e.g., Garageband)IIPPPPM
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Multimedia: Utilize online public domain and Creative Commons media resources (images, music, diagrams) to enhance personal projectsIIPPPPP
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Personal Productivity: Choose applications and devices appropriate to the project and understand which tools are best suited for each taskIIIP
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Personal Productivity: Demonstrate note-taking skills while utilizing digital textbooks; Use note-taking skills while viewing online videos while using the play, pause, rewind and stop buttonsIIPP
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Personal Productivity: Demonstrate familiarity with different inputting methods used in online assessments and surveys (checkboxes, radio buttons, text forms)IIPPPPM
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Personal Productivity: Organize work and schedule using personal calendars, access shared calendars, subscribe to online calendar feedsIPP
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Introductory Presentations: Use concept mapping application (e.g., Kidspiration, Inspiration) to storyboard a multimedia presentation; Create a series of slides, organize them to present research or convey an idea, edit and format text on slides; Import photos/images, change their size and position on a slide IIPPPPP
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Intermediate Presentations: Use a variety of applications (e.g., Book Creator, Explain Everything) to create or record multimedia presentations; Adapt slides to match audience; Use visual imagery to connect with the audience; Combine multiple elements (text, transitions, images) to enhance the story; Include research and photo/image citations at conclusion of project. IIPPPP
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Advanced Presentations: Incorporate video animations, cohesive narrative experience, and taylor the slides to match the venue (live presentation or online recording) using multiple sources of data to illustrate and support the point of your presentationIIP
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Introductory Spreadsheets: Identify and explain terms and concepts related to spreadsheets (e.g., cells, columns, rows, values, labels, graphs, charts), enter and edit data in cells, identify differences between narrative and numeric data, create charts and graphs from dataIIIPP
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Intermediate Spreadsheets: Use spreadsheets to calculate, graph, organize, and present data in a variety of real-world settings and choose the most appropriate format to represent given data; organize data using sort, filter, find features; embed and format a table for use in another document (word processing, web page, presentation); use functions and formulas (with both relative and absolute references)IIP
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Advanced Spreadsheets: Use various data formats (e.g., percentages, currency, dates, text) as appropriate; import and export data between applications in a variety of formats (e.g., .csv, .txt., .xlsx); use multiple sheets within a workbook, and create links among worksheets; use advanced formatting features of a spreadsheet application (e.g., reposition columns and rows, add and name worksheets); utilize advanced formulas and features (mail merge, lookup, arrays, dynamic data import); use spreadsheets to forecast trends, make predictions, solve problems and draw conclusions II
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Introductory Word Processing: Create, edit and save documents; proofread using integrated tools (spell and grammar checker); Apply basic formatting features when appropriate (font, size, style, indentation, margins)IIIPPPPM
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Intermediate Word Processing: Combine text and elements from different source documents; Use word processing features to facilitate note taking and organize outlines of information (numbered and bulleted lists); Use integrated proofreading tools to aid composition (dictionary and thesaurus); Apply intermediate formatting and page layout features when appropriate (autonumbering, columns, templates, headers, footers, page count)I
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Advanced Word Processing: Use add-ons and extensions to enhance features; Utilize integrated research and citation tools when writing (Citation managers, Google Scholar); Apply advanced formatting and page layout features when appropriate (table of contents, links, endnotes, section styles)
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3. Communication and Collaboration
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Design documents for different purposes (e.g., newsletter, brochure, pamphlet)IPPPPPPM
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Students record themselves (e.g., singing, playing an instrument, dancing, sports, acting, public speaking, etc.) and use this footage in their ePortfolio to show progression over timeIPM
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Use collaboration features in Google Apps (e.g., share, comments, revision history) for peer editing of documentsIPPPPPM
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Students are able to utilize a variety of design elements to showcase their best workIPPPPM
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Create effective presentations (e.g., iMovie, Explain Everything) for a variety of audiences and purposes with use of appropriate transitions and animations to enhance the presentation and share (e.g., Camera Roll, Google Drive, YouTube, LMS)IPPPPPM
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Use a device to record yourself to prepare for presentations or to check for language fluency (e.g., pronunciation, conjugation)IIPPM
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Present and demonstrate in classrooms.IIPPPPPM
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Create projects that use text and various forms of graphics, audio, and video (with citations appropriate to developmental level) to communicate ideasIPPPPPP
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Use technology to create and present compelling narrativesIPPPPPPP
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Collaborate online with teachers or experts outside of our schoolIPPPPP
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Plan and implement a collaborative project with students in other classrooms and schools using technologyIPP
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Demonstrate various techniques and effects (e.g. editing, music, color, rhetorical devices) to convey meaning in mediaIPP
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4. Research and Information Fluency
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Use geospatial tools (Google Maps, digital atlases) for the purpose of telling a story or analyzing geographical and historical informationIPPP
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Use age appropriate technologies to locate, collect, and organize content from media collections for specific purposes and/or make informed decisionsIPPPPPP
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Perform basic searches on databases (e.g., library card catalog, encyclopedia, libguide subscriptions) to locate informationIIIPPPPP
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Evaluate Internet resources in terms of their usefulness (and validity) for researchIPPPPP
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Use content specific technology tools to gather and analyze data, investigate scientific queries, record observations, and present findingsIPPPPP
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Correctly cite authoritative sources when presenting information for specific purposes (e.g., reports, research papers, presentations, newsletters, Web sites, podcasts, blogs, images)IPPPPPM
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Use effective search strategies for locating and retrieving electronic information from the internet (e.g., using keywords, search terms, advanced search techniques, Boolean logic operators, use shortcuts to search a page) and be aware of search results are rankedIPPPPPM
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Explain and use age-appropriate online tools and resources (e.g., Libguide online resources, web browser, kid-friendly search and image search sites)IPPPMMMM
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Create a bibliography for recording research (e.g., text, images) on an online bibliography tool (e.g., NoodleTools, EasyBib, Google Scholar) gathered from electronic sourcesIPM
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5. Critical Thinking and Problem Solving
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Identify and analyze the purpose of a media message (to inform, persuade, entertain)IIPPPPP
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Analyze data to identify solutions and/or make informed decisions.IPPPPPP
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Model systems and simulate processes.IPPPPPP
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Select and use the appropriate tools and digital resources to accomplish a variety of tasks such as solve problems and propose hypotheses (e.g., paint and drawing tools/applications, graphic organizer, environmental probes, computer aided design, graphing calculators)IPP
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6. Creativity and Innovation
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Construct virtual environments using developmentally appropriate programming and coding appsIPPPPPPP
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Use technology in the design thinking process (notice, focus, brainstorm, design, create, test, share)IPPPPPPP
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