K-3 CS Technology Scope and Sequence Skills
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BEGINNING (B)
DEVELOPING (D)
SECURE (S)
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Basic Operations and ConceptsK123456789101112
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Identify the basic components of the deviceBDSSSSSSSSSSS
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Turn on/off a computer, laptop, and/or hand-held device and log in.BBDDSSSSSSSSS
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Use a mouse or trackpad to manipulate shapes, icons: click on URLs, radio buttons, check boxes; use scroll barBBDDDSSSSSSSS
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Use desktop icons, windows and menus to open and close applications and documents; understand difference between closing and quitting applications.BBBBBDDSSSSSS
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Use shortcuts to operate the device (i.e. Command-P, Command-C on computer; multi-tasking gestures on iPadBBBDDDDSSSSSS
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Use the print dialog box to select local printers and change settings (where applicable; # of copies, color, paper size, orientation, scale, one-sided vs. two)BBBBBDDSSSSS
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Use basic troubleshooting steps to solve technical problems independentlyBBBBDSSSSSS
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Apply prior technical knowledge and experiences to figure out how new technologies or applications work.BBBBDDSSSSSS
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Manage and deploy software updates. BDDSSSSS
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Use login credentials for access to network devices, accounts, servers, printers and cloud servicesBBBDDSSSSSSS
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Name documents with appropriate file names and understand where files are being saved. BBBBDDDSSSSS
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Create, save, edit, copy and rename files and folders to organize documents and materials.BBBBBDDSSSSS
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Delete files and folders; recover files and folders from the trash; empty trashBBBBDDSSSSS
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Retrieve previous file revisions/access revision history for documents located in cloud servicesBBBDDSSSSS
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Download, upload, attach and zip files and folders via email or cloud services.BBBDDSSSSS
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Use search tools to locate files and applicationsBBDDSSSSSSSS
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Can associate document extensions with appropriate file types.BBBDDSSSSSS
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Understand how cloud computing is different from using software applications.BBDDDSSSSSS
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Is able to upload/download/retrieve files to and from the cloud.BBDDDSSSSSS
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Protect accounts by logging out of shared equipmentB BBDDDDSSSSSS
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Keep passwords confidential, and be proactive if they are compromised.BBBDDDDSSSSSS
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Use passcodes/passwords to secure individual devices.BBDDSSSSSSSS
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Create robust passwords and effectively manage password privacy.BDDDDSSSSSSS
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Find and adjust privacy settings.BBDDDSSSS
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Use technology independently and with peers responsibly, and make safe choices. B BBDDDSSSSSSS
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Understand how to be safe online and in a digital world.BBBBBDDDDDDSS
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Understand the importance of not sharing personal information online. BBBBDDDDSSSS
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Understand how to practice safe internet searches.BBBDDDDDDSS
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Evaluate whether sources/websites are safe to conduct research. BBBDDDDDDSS
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Understand the positive and negative effects social media sites can have on one's life. BBBBDDDDSS
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Recognize how overuse of technology can impact one's mental, physical, and emotional health. BBBBDDDDDDDD
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Set appropriate profile pictures and other profile content across social meda, web pages, blogs, etc.BBBBBBBDDS
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Understand that digital content is permanent and cannot be deleted.BBBBBDDDDSS
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Build a positive digital footprint/reputation. BBBBBDDDDDD
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Recognize the difference between active and passive data collection when using the internet and social media sites. BDDDDDD
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Understand how browser settings such as cookies track personal information. BBDDDDD
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Use keyboarding programs and games to assist in development of skills. B
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Use proper posture and ergonomics.BBDDDDSSSSSSS
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Locate and use letter and number keys with correct left an right hand placement (home row).BBBDDDDSSSSSS
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Locate and use correct finger/hand for space bar, return/enterm and shift key.BBDDDSSSSSSSS
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Gain proficiency and speed in touch-typing.BBBDDDDSSSSSS
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Learn to use special characters as needed (i.e. accents, tilda).BBBBDDSSSSS
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Use basic drawing tools inclusing pencil, paint brush, shape, line, undo, redo and eraser.B DDSSSSSSSSSS
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Use color palette/color wheel to change tool color.BBSSSSSSSSSSS
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Use selection tools to copy, paste, move and modify work.BDDDDSSSSSS
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Use text tool to add text features to artwork. BDSSSSSSSSSSS
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Use basic design principles (whitespace, color, balance, texture).BDDSSSSS
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Is polite and respectful in all communications and collaborations using technological tools, using appropriate language at all times.B BDDDSSSSSSSS
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Use email, messaging and other tools to share information and communicate ideas with others. BDDDSSSSSSS
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Compose and send email.BDDDSSSSSSS
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Understand the difference between Reply, Send, Reply All and Forward when responding to an email.BBDDDSSSSSS
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Understand the difference between CC (Carbon Copy) and BCC (Blind Carbon Copy) and use them appropriately.BBDDDSSS
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Attach a document to an email. BBDSSSSSS
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Use a course or learning management system to access class pages, class calendars, portfolios and grades.BDDDSSSSSSS
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Use features of a course or learning management system such as discussion forums, polls, wikis, dropbox, etc. to access and complete assignments. BDDDSSSSSSS
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Access calendar and student pages on school website as needed.BBDDDSSSSSS
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Use audience response tools and apps to participate in class discussions.BBBBBDDDSSSSS
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Set up, share and utilize collaborative workspaces, documents or other digital tools for asynchronous collaboration.BDDDDSSSSSS
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Use synchronous collaboration tools such as video conferencing, interactive television and voice over IP to connect with others. BBDDDDSSSSSSS
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Use virtual world and gaming tools to work collaboratively toward common goals. BBBDDDDDSSSS
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Use social media to connect, collaborate and share.BBDDSSSSSS
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Use digital tools such as blogs, websites and social media to crowdsource, crowd fun and mobilize a community toward a goal. BBBBBDDDDSS
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Create and maintain a digital portfolio or collection of works related to one's learning. BBDDDDDDDSSSS
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Use Word Processing application to write, edit, print and save documents.B BDDSSSSSSSSS
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Use the menu/tool bar functions to format, edt, and print a document.BDDDDDSSSSSS
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Highlight, copy and paste text within a document or from an outside source.BBDDSSSSSSSSS
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Insert and resize images within a document.BDDDSSSSSSS
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Copy, paste and resize images found from outside sources.BBDDSSSSSSS
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Use the menu/tool bar functions to format using MLA, APA or other appropriate style.BBBDSSSSS
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Proofread and edit writing using built-in resources (i.e. dictionary, spell checker, thesarus, grammar check).BDDDDSSSSSS
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Use technology tools to represent solutions to problems in a variety of ways including text, sounds, pictures, and numbers.B BBDDDDDSSSSS
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Use technology resources and tools to solve age-appropriate computing problems or for independent learning. BBBDDDDDSSSSS
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Define an algorithm as a sequence of instructions and use the basic steps of algorithmic thinking to solve problems and design solutions. BBBDDDDDSSSSS
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Use a block-based visual programming interface to build a game, tell a story or solve a problem.BBBBBDDDSSSSS
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Use 2D design tools to create prototypes, models and simulations to demonstrate solutions and ideas.BBDDDDDDSSSSS
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Use 3D design tools to create prototypes, models and simulations to demonstrate solutions and ideas.BBBBBBDDDDDSS
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Understand that spreadsheets, databases and other specialized data tools are used to collect, manage, analyze and visualize dataB BBDDDSSSSS
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Identify and explain terms and concepts related to spreadsheets (i.e. cell, column, row, values, labels, chart, graph).BBBDDSSSSS
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Enter/edit data and text into a spreadsheet and format spreadsheet to accomodate data.BBBDDSSSSS
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Calculate numerical equations using spreadsheet formulas and functions.BDSSSSS
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Designate the format of a cell to accomodate different kinds of text and numerical data.BBDDSSSSS
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Utilize spreadsheet data to create tables, charts and graphs.BBDDSSSSS
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Identifdy and explain terms and concepts related to database systems (i.e. field, set, subset, query, ordered, sorted).BBBDDDSSSSS
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Enter/edit data and/or text into a database and use queries to find information. BBBDDSSSSS
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Use spreadsheets and databases to make predictions, solve problems and draw conclusions.BBDDSSSS
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Use a digital camera, video camera or camera on a hand-held device to take pictures and videos.B BDDSSSSSSSSS
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Capture images that incorporate rules of photography.BBBDDDDSSSSSS
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Use photo- and video-editing tools to adjust images and add effects.BBBBDDDSSSSSS
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Save images in multiple formats,BBDSSSSSS
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Use recording and editing equipment to record, edit and publish audio.BBBBDDDSSSSSS
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Create, edit and format text, visuals and audio within a multimedia presentation. BBBDDDSSSSSSS
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Create a series of slides and organize them to present research or convey an idea.BBBDDDSSSSSSS
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Copy/paste or import graphics with a multimedia presentation. Be able to change their size and position on a slide.BDDSSSSSSS
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Insert songs, videos or other media on slides.BBDDDSSSSSS
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Add a working hyperlink to a multimedia presentation. BDDDSSSSSS
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Use refresh, forward and back buttons to navigate a web browser.B BDDSSSSSSSSS
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Use tab browsing to navigate multiple pages.BBDDSSSSSSSSS
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Create bookmarks and add frequently used sites to the bookmark bar. DBDDDSSSSSS
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