Outcome 1: Students will be expected to work with the teacher to develop safe routines for using ICT responsibly, ensuring their own and others’ health and safety.
Outcome 2: Students will be expected to demonstrate and show understanding of the responsible and appropriate use of information and communication technology while participating in and contributing to their local community
Outcome 3: Students will be expected to begin to articulate the need to take care in providing personal information online and only share limited personal information with a teacher-approved audience.
Outcome 4: Students will be expected to begin to understand the ethical implication of using intellectual property and, with teacher assistance, create citations for work used, where needed.
- Internet Time Capsule
- Privacy Pirates
- Representing Ourselves Online
- Rules of the Game
- So Many Choices!
Outcome 5: Students will be expected to use, with teacher support, grade-appropriate digital tools to develop and represent learning, both individually and collaboratively.
Outcome 6: Students will be expected to use identified ICT environments, with teacher assistance, to share and exchange information and collaborate with others.
Research, Innovation, Problem Solving, and Decision Making
Outcome 7: Students will be expected to demonstrate, with assistance, several ways to locate specific information, images, or other digital media.
Outcome 8: Students will be expected to contribute field data entries or other records to a simple database or spreadsheet and, with teacher assistance, create charts or maps from the data
Technology Operations and Concepts
Outcome 9: Students will be expected to
- use grade-appropriate ICT terminology
- follow verbal instructions and visual reminders to safely operate computers and digital devices