BDSD K-12 Information Technology Scope and Sequence
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BDSD Information Technology Scope & SequenceReviewed???
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Key: A = Awareness I = Introduce R = Reinforce M = Master/Maintain X = Not Applicable
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Information Technology SkillPK-K123456789 thru 12
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Creativity and Innovation
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Communication and Collaboration
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Students explore the concept that people can connect with one another through the Internet.AAIRRRM
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Students know how to create documents, name them appropriately, and share them with their teacher and fellow students.AIIRRM
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Students know how to create a folder, share it with their teacher, and move documents in and out of folders.AIRRRM
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Students can email teachers and classmates using appropriate email etiquetteAAIRRRRRM
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Students can work cooperatively using technology.AIRRRRRM
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Students understand how to communicate appropriately in an online classroom setting using email, online discussion forums and other digital tools.IRRRRRRM
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Students explore similarities and differences between in-person and online communications, and know how to write clear and respectful messages.AIRRRRRM
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Students explore how they can use email to communicate with real people within their schools, families and communities.AIRRRRRM
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Students understand how to communicate effectively by email, taking into account the purpose and audience of their message and the tone they want to convey.AIRRRRRM
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Students can log-in to Google Apps to access their email and appropriately communicate with their teachers.AIRRRRRM
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Students understand proper uses for Reply vs. Reply All when emailingAIRRRRM
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Students will practice appropriate Email etiquette (font, formal/informal, greetings)IRRRRRM
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Students understand the role of audience when creating a project and communicating a message.AIIRRRRM
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Research and Information Fluency
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Students have exposure to online navigation.IRRRRRM
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Students are introduced to the concept of having ownership over creative work and practice putting their name and date on something they produce.AAIRRRM
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Recognize that web browsers access links and informationAIRRRRM
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Recognize and understand the terminology associated with browser navagation.AIRRRRM
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Students will independently use hyperlink buttons and address bars to locate information and resourcesAIRRRRMMMM
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Students learn what plagiarism is and know how it’s ok to use work of others.AAAIRRMMMM
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Recognize the difference between the URL and “Search” that is used to access information.AIRRRM
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Students understand keyword searching as an effective way to locate information on the internet and understand how to select keywords to produce the best search results.AIRRRRRRM
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Students will know how to use common databases to locate information on a topic (e.g. electronic dictionaries, online databases, encyclopedias, etc.)AIRRRRRM
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Students begin to understand that all websites are not equally good sources of information.AAIRRRRM
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Students learn strategies to increase the accuracy of their keyword searches.AIRRRRRM
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Students can navigate Destiny Online Library Catalog to find resources and books.IRRMMMMM
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Students will credit sources (bibliographic information) for the resources they use, for print resources, electronic resources and images, as well as understand the rights they have as creators.AAIRRMM
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Students can cite sources according to a specified style (MLA/APA) and effectively use Easybib.com to create works cited.AAIRRMM
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Students understand fair use, apply it in specific instances and create an original work for fair use.AIRRRM
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Students understand the legal and ethical dimensions of respecting creative work and know the differences between taking inspiration from the creative work of others and appropriating that work without permission.AIRRRM
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Critical Thinking/Problem Solving/Decision Making
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Digital Citizenship (Ethics & Online Safety)
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Students follow rules established in the classroom and computer lab for using technology and applications, technology's care and appropriate handling, AUPAAIRRRRRRM
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Students follow certain rules to remain safe online and choose websites that are appropriate for them.AAIRRRRRRM
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Students understand they do not share personal information online.AAIRRRRRRM
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Students understand the meaning of a "digital footprint"AIIRRRRRM
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Students can identify cyberbullying and know strategies for handling in when it arisesAAIRRRRRM
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Students explore what it means to be responsible and respectful of their offline and online communities as a way to learn how to be good digital citizens.AAIRRRRRM
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Students can think critically about the information they share online and learn not to reveal private information to people they know only online.AIRRRRRM
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Students are introduced to the 24/7 social nature of digital media and technology and personal netiquette and social media guidelines/restrictions are reinforced.AIIRRM
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Students learn how to protect their private information and accounts online.AIRRM
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Technology Operations and Concepts
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Students recognize the basic care of the computer and other technology devices.IRRMMMMMMM
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Students can identify the basic components of computer and devices. While these may change, these are the items they need to have understanding of: mouse, keyboard, monitor, headphone, jacks/cables/cords, volume controls, stylus.IRRMMMMMMM
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Students know how to start-up and shut-down technology devices, login, locate applications, choose icons/apps to select.IRRMMMMMMM
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Students know how to open, save, and print documents unassisted after approval.AIRRRRRMMM
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Students discover strategies for creating and keeping strong and secure passwords.AIRRM
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Personal Productivity
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Use spell check, grammar and thesaurus independentlyAIRRRMMMM
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Incorporate enhancements such as fonts, style, and size into documentsAIRRRRMMMM
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Can use correct login procedures (individual logins/passwords/email/apps)A/IIRMMMMMMM
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Can use Google Apps tools such as Drive to organize documentsAAIRRRRRRM
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Select (highlight) text - use cut, copy and paste techniques as well as utilize shortcut keys when appropriateAIRRRMMMM
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Utilize proofreading and formatting features to write multi-page document unassisted, using correct capitalization, punctuation, spacing, grammar, margins, headings, and page numbers as well as incorporating enhancements such as fonts, style, and size into documents.AIRRRRRM
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Utilize a variety of digital equipment and tools independently (digital cameras, iPads, ChromeBooks, tablets, etc.)AIRRRRRMMM
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Students know how to use graphing calculator features such as formula, table, Matrix (Pre-Algebra and up)AIRM
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Word Processing
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Design tables and use in decision-making processAIRRRMMM
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Format tables by adding colored backgrounds, fonts, clip artAIRRRMMM
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Wrap text around inserted graphicsAIRRRMMM
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Create columns of textAIRRRMMM
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Can add page formatting features such as headings, headers, footers and page numbersAIRRRM
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Graphics/Designs
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Students can insert graphics and/or objects into documents from a file or other multimedia source, format, manipulate (eg. shade, 3-D), watermark, and arrange them (rotate, alignment, flip, group, white spacing, etc.)IRRRRRMMMM
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Students can insert multimedia objects (YouTube, etc.) into other documents and insert spreadsheets and/or charts into other programsAIRRMMMM
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Spreadsheets
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Using spreadsheet software students can identify and manipulate rows, columns, and cells.AAIRMMMMMM
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Students can enter data into a spreadsheet using headers for titles, names, etc. and enter formulas for calculation.AIRRRRRM
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Students can use spreadsheet data to create bar, pie and line graphs.AIRRRRM
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Students can change attributes in charts (colors, fonts and backgrounds)AIRRRRM
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Multimedia
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Create a multimedia project that includes graphics, text, sound, and transitionsAAIRRRRRRM
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Discuss proper design attributes to enhance message, not distractAAIRRRRRRM
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Develop a plan or storyboard for individual multimedia projectAAIRRRRRRM
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Students can utlilize online tools to create original works, presentations and projects based on objectives set forth in rubricsAIRRRRRM
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Students can create non-linear multimedia projects that utlize action buttons and hyperlinksARRRRRM
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Keyboarding & Desktop Navigation
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Students can use correct keyboarding technique (posture/feet/hands/eyes/keyboards).AAIRRRMMMM
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Students use two hands on the keyboard (left hand/left side, right hand/right side).AAIRRRMMMM
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Students have key/letter recognition/identification (type name, abc's, 1-100).AAIRRRMMMM
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