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K-12 Technology
National Education Technology Standards

National Educational Technology Standards for Students: The Next Generation
What students should know and be able to do to learn effectively and
live productively in an increasingly digital world.

1. Creativity and Innovation
2. Communication and Collaboration
3. Research and Information Fluency
4. Critical Thinking, Problem-Solving & Decision-Making
5. Digital Citizenship
6. Technology Operations and Concepts

K-2
Becoming familiar with technology
Letter/Keyboard Recognition
Learning to create/write/save
Operating in a networked environment
  • A to Zap
  • Type to Learn Jr.
  • Kid Pix Deluxe
  • Kidspiration (graphic organizer)
  • Graph Club
  • Math software for Everyday math practice
  • Collaboration/wikis



    Putting it all Together


3-5
Becoming familiar with technology as a tool- the right application for the task
Writing process
Operating in a networked environment
  • Microsoft Word
  • PowerPoint
  • Excel
  • Graph Club
  • Inspiration
  • iMovie
  • Math software for Everyday math practice
  • Collaboration/wikis
Internet Safety - Guidance

Putting it all Together
Haiku - 4th Grade
Good Morning Manoa!

SmartBoard

Feed the Hungry Fish




6-8

Sixth - Keyboarding
  • Introduce and practice the keyboard using MicroType
  • Word Processing review
  • Inspiration
  • Slide Shows/Presentations
Internet Safety - Guidance

Seventh - Computer Applications
Research skills - using the Internet (plan a 4 day trip to New York City)
PowerPoint
Create a podcast describing their "trip" to NYC
Using iMovie & Internet researcht to create a public service announcement
  • Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel
  • Garage Band (used for creating podcasts and
Internet Safety

Science 6-8

Science Probe Equipment

Language Arts
Podcasts as reports

9-12
CAD
Web Design
Business - Microsoft Office (Certified)
Digital Recording
Accounting
Computer Animation
H-Vison
Library Databases

Samples of CFF Blogs, Nings, Wikis
  • Mrs. Ward- 10th grade students discuss books online (login as guest@havsd.net, password is fords)
  • Mr. Mullen's students read Kafka's In the Penal Colony and put together wiki pages, movies, and art critiques in response to their reading
  • Mr. Taraborrelli uses a blog with his students


Technology Supporting Curriculum
Laptops/Carts
SmartBoards
ProScopes
Science Probes
Web Pages
Discovery Education (video streaming)
Research Databases
Digital Cameras
Digital Movie Cameras
FlipCameras
SmartPhones
Web Applications (polleverywhere)
Collaborative web based applications:
Google Apps. (Shared Documents)
Wikis
Teacher Training
  • Monthy training in every buidling
  • Summer Workshops
  • In-Service Days
  • Online Tutorials

How can (technology) learning be reinforced at home? Great question!
  1. Encourage and support all areas of interest (besides social networking)
  2. Learn together
  3. Find a place to gather this information PLN (iGoogle, delicious, wiki)
  4. Learn how to learn! Students should be challenged to problem solve....on their own!
  5. Get a Google Account - learn how to use these tools.
  6. Collaborate as a family (Google shared docs, calendar, Flickr, Animoto, VoiceThread)
  7. Use phone as a learning tool (calendar)
  8. Talk, talk, talk
  9. Encourage compassion for others... most important tool to combat online bullying


Putting it all together!


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