An ISTE Crosswalk by Six Major Categories

 

International Society of Technology for Education’s 

Education Technology Learning Standards* and Performance Indicators** associated with suggested

 New York State Learning Standards and Performance Indicators

by ISTE’s Six Major Categories

 

New York State Education Department staff and educators from across New York State share these beliefs: (http://www. http://www.p12.nysed.gov/ciai/)

 

ό     All students are able to achieve competency in the presence of skilled instruction, adequate time for learning, varied and/or specialized resources, and additional support as needed

ό     Recognizes that equity in and access to technology and other resources must be ensured at State, regional, and local levels and enhances the development of critical literacy competencies

ό     Recognizes that teachers in all content areas share responsibility for the development of reading, writing, listening and speaking competencies

 

* A learning standard is an established level or degree of quantity, value, or quality. New York State learning standards are defined as the knowledge, skills, and understandings that individuals can, and do, habitually demonstrate over time—as a result of instruction and experience.

 

**Performance indicators are defined as what students need to know and be able to do as a result of skilled instruction.

 

This crosswalk and all New York State Learning Standards respect the tradition of local choice in New York State that empowers educators to select texts, identify products, and use a rich array of instructional strategies and activities to meet student learning needs. This crosswalk is designed to provide assistance, while allowing for creativity, in the development of local instructional materials.

 

 


 


ISTE NETS for students – Common

Understanding and performance Indicators

NYS Learning Standards – Technology related Performance Indicators

 

The numbers in parentheses after each item identify the standards (1–6) most closely linked to the activity

described. Each activity may relate to one indicator, to multiple indicators, or to the overall standards referenced.

The categories are:

1. Creativity and Innovation

2. Communication and Collaboration

3. Research and Information Fluency

4. Critical Thinking, Problem Solving, and Decision Making

5. Digital Citizenship

6. Technology Operations and Concepts

 

1.     Creativity and Innovation

A.    Apply existing knowledge to generate new ideas, products, or processes.

B.    Create original works as a means of personal or group extension.

C.    Use models and simulations to explore complex systems, and issues.

D.    Identify trends and forecast possibilities.

 

Prior to the completion of Grade 2, students

will:

•    Illustrate and communicate original ideas

     and stories using digital tools and media-

     rich resources. (1, 2)

•   Identify, research, and collect data on an

    environmental issue using digital resources

    and propose a developmentally

    appropriate solution. (1, 3, 4)

•  Use simulations and graphical organizers to

    explore and depict patterns of growth such

    as the life cycles of plants and animals.

    (1, 3, 4)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Prior to the completion of Grade 5, students will:

•   Produce a media-rich digital story about a

     significant local event based on first-person

     interviews. (1, 2, 3, 4)

•   Use digital-imaging technology to modify or

    create works of art for use in a digital

    presentation. (1, 2,6)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Prior to the completion of grade 8, students will:

•   Describe and illustrate a content-related

    concept or process using a model,

    simulation, or  concept-mapping software.

    (1, 2)

•   Create original animations or videos

     documenting school, community, or local

     events.  (1, 2, 6)

•   Gather data, examine patterns, and apply

     information for decision making using

     digital tools and resources. (1, 4)

•   Integrate a variety of file types to create and

     illustrate a document or presentation. (1, 6)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Prior to the completion of grade 12, students will:

•   Design, develop, and test a digital learning

     game to demonstrate knowledge and skills

     related to curriculum content. (1, 4)

•   Create and publish an online art gallery with

     examples and commentary that demonstrate

     an understanding of different historical

     periods, cultures, and countries. (1, 2)

•   Create media-rich presentations for other

    students on the appropriate and ethical use

    of digital tools and resources. (1, 5)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ELA Standard 1: Kindergarten

Reading

•   Locate and use classroom and library media

     Center resources to acquire information,

     with assistance.

 

ELA Standard 1: Pre-kindergarten

Reading

•   Read familiar informational texts with

     repetitive language and simple illustrations

     to begin to collect data, facts, and ideas,

     with assistance.

•   Interpret information represented in pictures

     and illustrations.

 

ELA Standard 2: Grade 2

Listening

•   Identify elements of character, plot, and

    setting to understand the author’s message,

    with assistance.

•  Connect literary texts to previous life

   experiences to enhance understanding.

•  Use note taking and graphic organizers to

    record and organize information and ideas

    recalled from stories read aloud, with

    assistance.

 

Math Standard 3: Grades K-2

Reasoning and Proof Strand:

 

•   Recognize reasoning and proof as

     fundamental aspects of mathematics;

•   Make and investigate mathematical

     conjectures;

 

•   Develop and evaluate mathematical

    arguments and proofs;

 

•   Elect and use various types of reasoning and

     methods of proof.

 

ELA Standard 1: Grade 5

Speaking

•    Interview peers.

 

ELA Standard 3: Grade 5

Writing

•   Analyze the impact of an event or issue

     from personal, peer group, and school

     community perspectives.

 

ELA Standard 1: Grade 6

Reading

•   Distinguish between fact and opinion;

•   Identify information that is implied rather

     than stated.

Math Standard 3: Grades 3-5

Reasoning and Proof Strand

 

•   Recognize reasoning and proof as

     fundamental aspects of mathematics;

•   Make and investigate mathematical

     conjectures;

 

•   Develop and evaluate mathematical

    arguments and proofs;

 

•   Elect and use various types of reasoning and

     methods of proof.

Math Standard 3: Grades 5-8

Reasoning and Proof Strand

 

•   Recognize reasoning and proof as

     fundamental aspects of mathematics;

•   Make and investigate mathematical

     conjectures;

 

•   Develop and evaluate mathematical

    arguments and proofs;

 

•   Elect and use various types of reasoning and

     methods of proof.

 

MST Standard 1: Analysis, Inquiry and Design

Intermediate

•   Locate and utilize a range of printed,

    electronic, and human information resources

    to obtain ideas.

 

 MST: Standard 2: Information Systems

Intermediate

 •   Use a range of equipment and software to

     integrate several forms of information.

•      Use spreadsheets and data-base software,

     electronic data bases and on-line services.

•   Obtain accurate and relevant information

     from a range of sources.

•   Collect data from probes to measure events

     and phenomena  use simple modeling

     programs to make predictions.

 

The Arts: Standard 2

Intermediate (Dance)

•  Demonstrate knowledge of sources for

    understanding dance technologies: live,

    print, video, computer, etc.

 

Intermediate (Music)

•  Use traditional or nontraditional sound

    sources, including electronic ones, in

    composing and performing simple pieces.

•  Use current technology to create, produce

    and record/playback music.

 

Intermediate (Visual Arts)

•  Use the computer and electronic media as

    designing tools and to communicate visual

     ideas.

 

MST Standard 5: Technology

Intermediate

•  Assemble a complete computer system

       use a computer system to acquire

    information from the Internet.

•  Use computer hardware and software to

    create prototypical designs and models .

•  Use a computer system to monitor and

    control external events and/or systems.

 

ELA Standard 3: Grade 9

Speaking

•  Express opinions or make judgments about

    ideas, information, experiences, and issues

    in literary and historical articles.

 

ELA Standard 3: Grade 9

Reading

•  Analyze and evaluate nonfiction texts.

 

ELA Standard 3: Grade 10

Writing

•  Develop critiques from more than one

    perspective, such as historical and cultural.

 

ELA Standard 3: Grade 11

Speaking

•  Modify content and presentation strategies

    on the basis of audience response during

    presentation.

 

ELA Standard 1: Grade 11

Reading

•  Analyze and synthesize information from

   different sources, making connections and

   showing relationships to other texts, ideas,

   subjects and to the world at large.

 

ELA Standard 1: Grade 11

Speaking

•  Prepare and give presentations on a range of

   informational topics.

 

ELA Standard 1: Grade 12

Listening

•  Interpret and analyze  information from

   media presentations, such as documentary

   films, news broadcasts, taped interviews, and

   debates.

Math Standard 3: Grades 9-12

Reasoning and Proof Strand

 

•   Recognize reasoning and proof as

     fundamental aspects of mathematics;

•   Make and investigate mathematical

     conjectures;

 

•   Develop and evaluate mathematical

    arguments and proofs;

 

•   Elect and use various types of reasoning and

     methods of proof.

 

 

 

 

 


2. Communication and Collaboration

 

A. Interact, collaborate, and publish with

     peers, experts or others employing a

     variety of digital environments and

     media.

B. Communicate information and ideas

     effectively to a multiple audiences using a

     variety of media and formats.

C. Develop cultural understanding and

     global awareness by engaging with

     learners of other cultures.

D. Contribute to project teams to produce

     original works or solve problems

 

Prior to the completion of grade 2, students will:

•   Engage in learning activities with learners

    from multiple cultures through e-mail and

    other electronic means. (2, 6)

•   In a collaborative work group, use a variety

    of technologies to produce a digital

    presentation or product in a curriculum area

    (1, 2, 6)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Prior to the completion of grade 5, students will:

•    Produce a media-rich digital story about a

     significant local event based on first-person

     interviews. (1, 2, 3, 4)

•   Use digital-imaging technology to modify or

     create works of art for use in a digital

     presentation. (1, 2, 6)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Prior to the completion of Grade 8, students will:

•    Describe and illustrate a content-related

     concept or process using a model,

     simulation, or concept-mapping software.

     (1, 2)

•   Create original animations or videos

     documenting school, community, or local

     events. (1, 2, 6)

•   Gather data, examine patterns, and apply

     information for decision making using

    digital tools and resources. (1, 4)

•   Participate in a cooperative learning project

    in an online learning community. (2)

•   Use collaborative electronic authoring tools

     to explore common curriculum content

     from multicultural perspectives with

     other learners. (2, 3, 4, 5)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Prior to the completion of grade 12, students will:

•   Create and publish an online art gallery with

    examples and commentary that demonstrate

    an understanding of different historical

    periods, cultures, and countries. (1, 2)

•   Identify a complex global issue, develop a

    systematic plan of investigation, and present

    innovative sustainable solutions. (1, 2, 3, 4)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ELA Standard 4: Kindergarten

Writing

•   Share writings and drawings with peers or

     adults; for example, write/draw with a

     partner or in a cooperative group.

•   Respect the age, gender, and culture of the

     recipient, with assistance.

•   Write friendly letters to others.

•   Maintain a portfolio of writings and

    drawings for social interaction, with

    assistance.

 

Math Standard 3: Grades K-2  

Communications Strand    

•   Organize and consolidate their mathematical

     thinking through communication;

 

Communicate their mathematical thinking

    coherently and clearly to peers, teachers, and

    others;

•   Analyze and evaluate the mathematical

     thinking and strategies of others;

 

•   Use the language of mathematics to express

     mathematical ideas precisely.

 

ELA Standard 1: Grade 3

Writing

•    Produce clear, well-organized reports and

     accounts that demonstrate understanding of

     a topic.

 

Math Standard 3: Grades 3-5  

Communications Strand    

•   Organize and consolidate their mathematical

     thinking through communication;

•   

Communicate their mathematical thinking

    coherently and clearly to peers, teachers, and

    others;

•   Analyze and evaluate the mathematical

     thinking and strategies of others;

 

•   Use the language of mathematics to express

     mathematical ideas precisely.

 

ELA Standard 3: Grade 7

Writing

•    Present a subject from more than one

      perspective by using various resources.

 

ELA Standard 4: Grade7

Writing

•   Respect the age, gender, social position ,

    and cultural.

 

Math Standard 3: Grades 6-8

Communications Strand   

•   Organize and consolidate their mathematical

     thinking through communication;

•  

Communicate their mathematical thinking

     coherently and clearly to peers, teachers,

     and others;

•   Analyze and evaluate the mathematical

     thinking and strategies of others;

 

•   Use the language of mathematics to express

     mathematical ideas precisely.

 

MST Standard 2: Information Systems

Intermediate

•   Use a range of equipment and software to

     integrate several forms of information.

•   Use spreadsheets and data-base software,

     electronic data bases and on-line services.

•   Obtain accurate and relevant information

     from a range of sources collect data from

     probes to measure events and phenomena

     use simple modeling programs to make

     predictions.


MST Standard 2: Information Systems

Intermediate

•  Use a range of equipment and software to

    integrate several forms of information.

•  Use spreadsheets and data-base software,

    electronic data bases and on-line services.

•  Obtain accurate and relevant information

    from a range of sources collect data from

    probes to measure events and phenomena

    use simple modeling programs to make

  predictions.

 

MST Standard 5: Technology

Intermediate

•  Assemble a complete computer system.

•  Use a computer system to acquire

    information from the Internet.

•  Use computer hardware and software to

    create prototypical designs and models.

•  Use a computer system to monitor and

    control external events and/or systems.

 

CDOS Standard 3a

Intermediate

•  Select and use appropriate technology to

   complete a task.

•  Select and communicate information in an

    appropriate format (e.g., oral, written,

    graphic, pictorial, multimedia).

 

Health, Phys. Ed. And FACS

Standard 3

Intermediate (Health)

•  Analyze how media and technology

    influence the selection of health

    information, products and services.

 

ELA Standard 3: Grade 9

Speaking

•  Present content that is clearly organized and

    based on knowledge of audience needs and

    interests.

•  Present arguments from different

    perspectives.

 

 

ELA Standard 1: Grade 9

Writing

•  Use charts, graphs, or diagrams to illustrate

    informational texts.

 

ELA Standard 2: Grade 10

Reading

•  Read, view, and respond independently to

    literary works that represent a wide range of

    social, historical, and cultural perspectives.

 

ELA Standard 1: Grade 10

Writing

•  Use charts, graphs, or diagrams to illustrate

    informational texts.

 

ELA Standard 1:Grade 10

Speaking

•  Prepare and give presentations to a variety of

   audiences on a range of informational topics.

 

ELA Standard 1: Grade 11

Writing

•  Analyze and integrate data, facts, and ideas

    to communicate information.

 

ELA Standard 4: Grade 11

Speaking

•  Respect the age, gender, and cultural

    traditions of the listener.


ELA Standard 4: Grade 12

Speaking

•  Respect the age, gender, social position, and

    cultural traditions of the listener.

 

ELA Standard 4: Grade 12

Listening

•  Respect the age, gender, social position, and

    cultural traditions of the listener.

 

Math Standard 3: Grades 9-12  

Communications Strand     

•   Organize and consolidate their mathematical

     thinking through communication;

•  

Communicate their mathematical thinking

    coherently and clearly to peers, teachers, and

    others;

•   Analyze and evaluate the mathematical

     thinking and strategies of others;

 

•   Use the language of mathematics to express

     mathematical ideas precisely.

 

 


3. Research and Information Fluency

 

A.  Plan strategies to guide inquiries.

B.  Locate, organize, analyze, evaluate,

      synthesize, and ethically use information

      from a variety of sources and media.

C. Evaluate and select information sources

      and digital tools based on the

      appropriateness to specific tasks.

D.  Process data and report results.

 

Prior to the completion of grade 2, students will:

•   Identify, research, and collect data on an

    environmental issue using digital resources

    and propose a developmentally appropriate

    solution. (1, 3, 4)

•   Find and evaluate information related to a

    current or historical person or event using

    digital resources. (3)

•   Use simulations and graphical organizers to

    explore and depict patterns of growth such

    as the life cycles of plants and animals. (1, 3,

    4)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Prior to the completion of grade 5, students will:

•   Produce a media-rich digital story about a

    significant local event based on first-person

    interviews. (1, 2, 3, 4)

•   Recognize bias in digital resources while

    researching an environmental issue with

    guidance from the teacher. (3, 4)

•   Select and apply digital tools to collect,

    organize, and analyze data to evaluate

    theories or test hypotheses. (3, 4, 6)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Prior to the completion of grade 8, students will:

•   Evaluate digital resources to determine the

     credibility of the author and publisher and

     the timeliness and accuracy of the   

    content. (3)

•   Employ data-collection technology such as

     probes, handheld devices, and geographic

     mapping systems to gather, view, analyze,

     and report results for content-related

     problems. (3, 4, 6)

•   Select and use the appropriate tools and

     digital resources to accomplish a variety of

     tasks and to solve problems. (3, 4, 6)

•   Use collaborative electronic authoring tools

     to explore common curriculum content

     from multicultural perspectives with

     other learners. (2, 3, 4, 5)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Prior to the completion of grade 12, students will:

•   Select digital tools or resources to use for a

     real-world task and justify the selection

     based on their efficiency and effectiveness.

     (3, 6)

•   Identify a complex global issue, develop a

    systematic plan of investigation, and present

    innovative sustainable solutions. (1, 2, 3, 4)

•   Model legal and ethical behaviors when

    using information and technology by

    properly selecting, acquiring, and citing

    resources. (3, 5)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ELA Standard 3: Grade 1

Reading

•   Identify, explain, and evaluate ideas,

     themes, and experiences from texts and

     performances.

 

ELA Standard 1: Grade 1

Speaking

•   Report information to peers and familiar

     adults.

Math Standard 3: Grade K-2

Connections Strand

•   Recognize and use connections among

     mathematical ideas;

•   U

nderstand how mathematical ideas

     interconnect and build on one another to

     produce a coherent whole;

 

•   Recognize and apply mathematics in

     contexts outside of mathematics.

 

ELA Standard 1: Grade 3

Writing

•   Produce clear, well-organized reports and

     accounts that demonstrate understanding of

     a topic.

 

ELA Standard 3: Grade 3

Reading

•    Evaluate the content by identifying

      -  the author’s purpose

      - statements of fact, opinion, and

        exaggeration, with assistance.

 

Math Standard 3: Grade 3-5

Connections Strand

•   Recognize and use connections among

     mathematical ideas;

•   Understand how mathematical ideas

     interconnect and build on one another to

     produce a coherent whole;

 

•   Recognize and apply mathematics in

     contexts outside of mathematics.

 

ELA Standard 1: Grade 5

Reading

•    Read to collect and interpret data, facts, and

      ideas from multiple sources.

 

ELA Standard 1: Grade 8

Reading

•    Distinguish between relevant and irrelevant

      Information.

 

ELA Standard 3: Grade 8

Writing

•    Present clear analyses, using examples,

     details, and reasons from text.

 

ELA Standard 4: Grade 8

Writing

•    Share the process of writing with peers and

      adults.

 

Social Studies Standard 4

Intermediate

 •   Identify and collect economic information

     from….computer databases…

•    Present economic information by using

      media…

 

CDOS Standard 3a

Intermediate

•   Select and use appropriate technology to

     complete a task.

•   Select and communicate information in an

     appropriate format (e.g., oral, written,

     graphic, pictorial, multimedia).

 

MST Standard 2: Information Systems

Intermediate

•   Use a range of equipment and software to

     integrate several forms of information.

•   Use spreadsheets and data-base software,

     electronic data bases and on-line services.

•   Obtain accurate and relevant information

     from a range of sources.

•   Collect data from probes to measure events

     and phenomena  use simple modeling

     programs to make predictions.

 

Health, Phys. Ed. And FACS

Standard 3

Intermediate (Health)

•   Analyze how media and technology

     influence the selection of health

     information, products and services.

Math Standard 3: Grade 6-8

Connections Strand

•   Recognize and use connections among

     mathematical ideas;

•   Understand how mathematical ideas

     interconnect and build on one another to

     produce a coherent whole;

 

•   Recognize and apply mathematics in

     contexts outside of mathematics

 

ELA Standard 1: Grade 9

Reading

•  Locate and use school and public library

    resources for information and research.

 

ELA Standard 3: Grade 9

Speaking

•  Present content that is clearly organized and

    based on knowledge of audience needs and

    interests.

 

ELA Standard 3: Grade 9

Speaking

•  Present arguments from different

    perspectives.

 

 

ELA Standard 1: Grade 10

Reading

•  Analyze information from different sources,

    making connections and showing

    relationships to other texts, ideas, and

    subjects.

 

ELA Standard 3: Grade 11

Writing

•  Analyze a wide range of texts using

    resources such as recognized experts,

    knowledge from school subjects, and

    reading, and personal knowledge.

 

ELA Standard 1: Grade 12

Reading

•  Locate and use school, public, academic, and

    special library resources for information and

    research.

Math Standard 3: Grade 9-12

Connections Strand

•   Recognize and use connections among

     mathematical ideas;

•   Understand how mathematical ideas

     interconnect and build on one another to

     produce a coherent whole;

 

•   Recognize and apply mathematics in

     contexts outside of mathematics

 

CDOS Standard 2

Commencement

•   Research, interpret, analyze, and evaluate

     information and experiences as related to

     academic knowledge and technical skills

     when completing a career plan.

 

Social Studies Standard 3

Commencement-

•   Plan, organize, and present geographic

     research projects.

•   Analyze geographic information by

    developing and testing inferences and

    hypotheses, and formulating conclusions

    from a variety of sources.

 

 


 

4.     Critical Thinking, Problem –Solving & Decision-Making

 

A. Identify and define authentic problems

     and significant questions for

     investigation.

B. Plan and manage activities to develop a

     solution or complete a project.

C. Collect and analyze data to identify

     solutions and/or make informed

     decisions.

D. Use multiple processes and diverse

     perspectives to explore alternative

     solutions.

 

Prior to the completion of grade 2, students will:

•   identify, research, and collect data on an

    environmental issue using digital resources

    and propose a developmentally appropriate

    solution. (1, 3, 4)

•   Use simulations and graphical organizers to

    explore and depict patterns of growth such

    as the life cycles of plants and animals.

    (1, 3, 4)

•   Independently apply digital tools and

    resources to address a variety of tasks and

    problems. (4, 6)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Prior to the completion of grade 5, students will:

•   Produce a media-rich digital story about a

    significant local event based on first-person

    interviews. (1, 2, 3, 4)

•   Recognize bias in digital resources while

    researching an environmental issue with

    guidance from the teacher. (3, 4)

•   Select and apply digital tools to collect,

    organize, and analyze data to evaluate

    theories or test hypotheses. (3, 4, 6)

•   Identify and investigate a global issue and

    generate possible solutions using digital

    tools and resources. (3, 4)

•   Conduct science experiments using digital

    instruments and measurement devices. (4, 6)

•   Conceptualize, guide, and manage

    individual or group learning projects using

   digital planning tools with teacher support.

   (4, 6)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Prior to the completion of grade 8, students will:

•   Gather data, examine patterns, and apply

     information for decision making using

    digital tools and resources. (1, 4)

•   Use collaborative electronic authoring tools

     to explore common curriculum content

     from multicultural perspectives with other

     learners. (2, 3, 4, 5)

•   Employ data-collection technology such as

    probes, handheld devices, and geographic

    mapping systems to gather, view, analyze,

    and report results for content-related

    problems.

•   Select and use the appropriate tools and

    digital resources to accomplish a variety of

     tasks and to solve problems. (3, 4, 6)

•   Use collaborative electronic authoring tools

     to explore common curriculum content

     from multicultural perspectives with other

     learners. (2, 3, 4, 5)

•   Independently develop and apply strategies

    for identifying and solving routine hardware

    and software problems. (4, 6)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Prior to the completion of grade 12, students will:

•   Employ curriculum-specific simulations to

     practice critical-thinking processes. (1, 4)

•   Identify a complex global issue, develop a

     systematic plan of investigation, and present

     innovative sustainable solutions. (1, 2, 3, 4)

•   Analyze the capabilities and limitations of

     current and emerging technology resources

     and assess their potential to address

     personal, social, lifelong learning, and

     career needs. (4, 5, 6)

•   Configure and troubleshoot hardware,

     software, and network systems to optimize

     their use for learning and productivity.

     (4, 6)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ELA Standard 2: Grade 1

Writing

•   Write to respond to text to

     - express feelings about characters or events

        in one or more stories.

     - describe characters, settings, or events.

     - list a sequence of events in a story

     - retell a story, using words.

     - identify the problem and solution in a

       simple story.

 

ELA Standard 2: Grade 2

Reading

•  Use graphic organizers to record significant

    details to compare and contrast characters

    and events in stories, with assistance.

 

Math Standard 3: Grade K-2  

Problem Solving strand     

•   recognize reasoning and proof as

    fundamental aspects of mathematics;

 

•   make and investigate mathematical

    conjectures;

 

•  develop and evaluate mathematical

    arguments and proofs;

 

•  select and use various types of reasoning and

    methods of proof.

 

ELA Standard 1: Grade 3

Writing

•    Produce clear, well-organized reports and

     accounts that demonstrate understanding of

     a topic.

 

ELA Standard 3: Grade 3

Reading

•    Evaluate the content by identifying

     - the author’s purpose.

     - statements of fact, opinion, and

       exaggeration, with assistance.

 

ELA Standard 3: Grade 3

Writing

•   Use a variety of prewriting tools to organize

     ideas and information.

 

ELA Standard 1: Grade 5

Reading

•   Read to collect and interpret data, facts, and

     ideas from multiple sources.

 

Math Standard 3: Grade 3-5  

Problem Solving strand     

•   recognize reasoning and proof as

    fundamental aspects of mathematics;

 

•   make and investigate mathematical

    conjectures;

 

•  develop and evaluate mathematical

    arguments and proofs;

 

•  select and use various types of reasoning and

    methods of proof .

 

ELA Standard 1: Grade 6

Writing

•   Take notes and organize relevant data, facts

    and ideas.

 

ELA Standard 1: Grade 7

Listening

•   Make, confirm or revise predictions by

     distinguishing between relevant and

     irrelevant oral information.

 

Math Standard 3: Grade 6-8  

Problem Solving strand     

•   recognize reasoning and proof as

    fundamental aspects of mathematics;

 

•   make and investigate mathematical

    conjectures;

 

•  develop and evaluate mathematical

    arguments and proofs;

 

•  select and use various types of reasoning and

    methods of proof

 

MST Standard 1: Analysis, Inquiry and Design

Intermediate

 •   Locate and utilize a range of printed,

     electronic, and human information

     resources to obtain ideas.

 

MST Standard 2: Information Systems

Intermediate

•    Use a range of equipment and software to

     integrate several forms of information.

•   Use spreadsheets and data-base soft ware,

     electronic data bases and on-line services.

•   Obtain accurate and relevant information

     from a range of sources.

•   Collect data from probes to measure events

     and phenomena using simple modeling

     programs to make predictions.

 

The Arts Standard 2

Intermediate (Dance)

•   Demonstrate knowledge of sources for

     understanding dance technologies: live,

     print, video, computer, etc.

 

Intermediate (Music)

 •   Use traditional or nontraditional sound

     sources, including electronic ones, in

     composing and performing simple pieces.

•   Use current technology to create, produce

     and record/playback music.

 

Intermediate (Visual Arts)

•   Use the computer and electronic media as

     designing tools and to communicate visual

     ideas.

 

MST Standard 5: Technology

Intermediate

 •   Assemble a complete computer system.

 •   Use a computer system to acquire

     information from the Internet.

•   Use computer hardware and software to

     create prototypical designs and models.

•   Use a computer system to monitor and

     control external events and/or systems.

 

ELA Standard 1: Grade 9

Writing

•   Use a range of organizational strategies to

     present information.

 

ELA Standard 3: Grade 10

Speaking

•   Present reasons, examples, and details from

    sources cited to defend opinions and

    judgments.

 

ELA Standard 3: Grade 11

Writing

•   Analyze a wide range of texts using

    resources such as recognized experts,

    knowledge from school subjects and

    reading, and personal experience.

 

ELA Standard 1: Grade 11

Reading

•   Analyze and synthesize information from

    different sources, making connections and

    showing relationships to other texts, ideas,

    and subjects and to the world at large.

 

ELA Standard 1: Grade 12

Speaking

•   Prepare and give presentations to a variety

    of audiences on a range of informational

    topics, using a variety of techniques, such as

    multimedia, group presentations, and

    dramatic approaches.

 

Math Standard 3: Grade 9-12  

Problem Solving strand     

•   recognize reasoning and proof as

    fundamental aspects of mathematics;

 

•   make and investigate mathematical

    conjectures;

 

•  develop and evaluate mathematical

    arguments and proofs;

 

•  select and use various types of reasoning and

    methods of proof.

 

Social Studies Standard 3:

Commencement

•  Develop and test generalizations and

   conclusions and pose analytical questions

   based on results of geographic inquiries.

 

CDOS Standard 3a:

Commencement

•   Use a combination of techniques to read or

     listen to complex information and analyze

     what has been said and convey information

     confidently and coherently in written  or

     oral form; analyze and solve  mathematical

     problems requiring use of multiple

     computational skills.

 

 


5. Digital Citizenship

 

A. Advocate and practice safe legal, and

     responsible use of information and

     technology.

B. Exhibit a positive attitude toward using

     technology that supports collaboration,

     learning, and productivity.

C. Demonstrate personal responsibility for

     life long learning.

D. Exhibit leadership for digital citizenship.

 

Prior to the completion of grade 2, students will:

•   Demonstrate the safe and cooperative use of

     technology. (5)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Prior to the completion of grade 5, students will:

•   Practice injury prevention by applying a

     variety of ergonomic strategies when using

     technology. (5)

•   Debate the effect of existing and emerging

     technologies on individuals, society, and the

     global community. (5, 6)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Prior to the completion of grade 8, students will:

•   Use collaborative electronic authoring tools

     to explore common curriculum content

     from multicultural perspectives with

     other learners. (2, 3, 4, 5)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Prior to the completion of grade 12, students will:

•   Analyze the capabilities and limitations of

     current and emerging technology resources

     and assess their potential to address

     personal, social, lifelong learning, and

     career needs. (4, 5, 6)

•   Design a Web site that meets accessibility

     requirements. (1, 5)

•   Model legal and ethical behaviors when

     using information and technology by

     properly selecting, acquiring, and citing

     resources. (3, 5)

•   Create media-rich presentations for other

     students on the appropriate and ethical use

     of digital tools and resources. (1, 5)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ELA Standard 1: Pre-kindergarten

Reading

•   Locate and use classroom and

     library media center resources to acquire

     information, with assistance.

 

ELA Standard 1: Grade 2

Speaking

•   Present a short oral report, using at least one

    source of information, such as a person,

    book, magazine article, television program

    or electronic text.

 

ELA Standard 3: Grade 3

Speaking

•  Express an opinion about school and

   community issues.

•  Analyze and evaluate new ideas by using

    personal experiences and knowledge.

•  Express an opinion, supporting it with text,

    about the accuracy of the content of literary

    works.

•  Speak with appropriate rate and volume for

    the audience.

•  Take turns speaking in a group.

 

ELA Standard 4: Grade 4

Speaking

 •  Use the rules of conversation, such as avoid

    interrupting and respond respectfully.

 

ELA Standard 3: Grade 7

Writing

•   Present a subject from more than one

     perspective using various resources.

 

ELA Standard 3: Grade 8

Speaking

•   Contribute to group discussions by offering

     comments to clarify and interpret ideas and

     information.

 

MST Standard 2: Information Systems

Intermediate

•  Use a range of equipment and software to

      integrate several forms of information.

 •   Use spreadsheets and data-base software,

     electronic data bases and on-line services.

 •   Obtain accurate and relevant information

     from a range of sources.

•   Collect data from probes to measure events

     and phenomena  use simple modeling

     programs to make predictions.


MST Standard 5: Technology

Intermediate

 •   Use a computer system to acquire

      information from the Internet .

•    Use computer hardware and software to

     create prototypical designs and models.

•    Use a computer system to monitor and

      control external events and/or systems.

 

CDOS Standard 3a

Intermediate

 •   Select and use appropriate technology to

     complete a task.

•   Select and communicate information in an

     appropriate format (e.g., oral, written,

     graphic, pictorial, multimedia).

 

Health, Phys. Ed. And FACS

Standard 3

Intermediate (Health)

•   Analyze how media and technology

     influence the selection of health

     information, products and services.

 

ELA Standard 1: Grade 9

Reading

•   Locate and use school and public library

     resources for information and research.

 

ELA Standard 4: Grade 10

Listening

•   Respect the age, gender, social position, and

     cultural traditions of the speaker.

 

ELA Standard 1: Grade 11

Speaking

•   Prepare and give presentations on a range of

     informational topics.

 

ELA Standard 2: Grade 12

Writing

•   Use resources such as personal experience,

     knowledge from other content areas, and

     independent reading to create literary,

     interpretative, and responsive text.

 

 

 

 

 


6. Technology Operations and Concepts

 

A. Understand and use technology systems.

B. Select and use applications effectively and

     productively.

C. Troubleshoot systems and applications.

D. Transfer current knowledge to learning

     of new technologies.

 

Prior to the completion of grade 2, students will:

•   Engage in learning activities with learners

    from multiple cultures through e-mail and

    other electronic means. (2, 6)

•   In a collaborative work group, use a variety

    of technologies to produce a digital

    presentation or product in a curriculum area.

    (1, 2, 6)

•   Independently apply digital tools and

    resources to address a variety of tasks and

    problems. (4, 6)

•   Communicate about technology using

    developmentally appropriate and accurate

    terminology. (6)

•   Demonstrate the ability to navigate in virtual

    environments such as electronic books,

    simulation software, and Web sites. (6)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Prior to the completion of grade 5, students will:

•   Use digital-imaging technology to modify or

     create works of art for use in a digital

     presentation. (1, 2, 6)

•   Select and apply digital tools to collect,

     organize, and analyze data to evaluate

     theories or test hypotheses. (3, 4, 6)

•   Conceptualize, guide, and manage

     individual or group learning projects using

     digital planning tools with teacher support.

     (4, 6)

•   Debate the effect of existing and emerging

     technologies on individuals, society, and the

     global community. (5, 6)

•   Apply previous knowledge of digital

     technology operations to analyze and solve

     current hardware and software problems.

     (4, 6)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Prior to the completion of grade 8, students will:

•   Create original animations or videos

    documenting school, community, or local

    events. (1, 2, 6)

•   Employ data-collection technology such as

    probes, handheld devices, and geographic

    mapping systems to gather, view, analyze,

    and report results for content-related

    problems. (3, 4, 6)

•   Select and use the appropriate tools and

    digital resources to accomplish a variety of

    tasks and to solve problems. (3, 4, 6)

•   Integrate a variety of file types to create and

     illustrate a document or presentation. (1, 6)

•   Independently develop and apply strategies

    for identifying and solving routine hardware

    and software problems. (4, 6)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Prior to the completion of grade 12, students will:

•   Select digital tools or resources to use for a

     real-world task and justify the selection

     based on their efficiency and effectiveness.

     (3, 6)

•   Analyze the capabilities and limitations of

     current and emerging technology resources

     and assess their potential to address

     personal, social, lifelong learning, and

     career needs. (4, 5, 6)

•   Configure and troubleshoot hardware,

     software, and network systems to optimize

     their use for learning and productivity.

     (4, 6)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ELA Standard 1: Grade 2

Writing

•  Use spelling resources, such as dictionaries,

   word walls, and/or computer software to

   spell correctly.

 

ELA Standard 2: Grade 2

Writing

•  Use a computer to create, research and

    interpret literary texts.

 

ELA Standard 2: Grade 2

Reading 

•  Read print-based and electronic literary texts

   silently on a daily basis for enjoyment.

 

Math Standard 3: Grades K-2

Representation Strand

•  Create and use representations to organize,

   record, and communicate mathematical ideas

•  Select, apply, and translate among

    mathematical representations to solve

    problems.

•  Use representations to model and interpret

    physical, social, and mathematical

    phenomena.

 

ELA Standard 3: Grade 3

Speaking

•  Express an opinion about school and

    community issues.

•  Analyze and evaluate new ideas by using

    personal experiences and knowledge.

•  Express an opinion, supporting it with text,

    about the accuracy of the content of literary

    works.

•  Speak with appropriate rate and volume for

    the audience

•  Take turns speaking in a group.

 

ELA Standard 4: Grade 4

Speaking

•  Use the rules of conversation, such as avoid

    interrupting and respond respectfully.

 

ELA Standard 1: Grade 5

Reading

•   Read to collect and interpret data, facts, and

     ideas from multiple sources.

 

Math Standard 3: Grades 3-5

Representation Strand

•  Create and use representations to organize,

   record, and communicate mathematical

   ideas.

•  Select, apply, and translate among

    mathematical representations to solve

    problems.

•  Use representations to model and interpret

    physical, social, and mathematical

    phenomena.

 

ELA Standard 1: Grade 8

Speaking

•   Present examples, definitions, analogies,

     and direct references to the text in support

     of ideas

 

ELA Standard 3: Grade 8

Speaking

•   State a hypothesis and predict possible

     outcomes from more than one perspective

 

Math Standard 3: Grades 6-8

Representation Strand

•  Create and use representations to organize,

   record, and communicate mathematical ideas

•  Select, apply, and translate among

    mathematical representations to solve

    problems

•  Use representations to model and interpret

    physical, social, and mathematical

    phenomena

MST Standard 2: Information Systems

Intermediate

•   Use a range of equipment and software to

    integrate several forms of information.

 •  Use spreadsheets and data-base software,

    electronic data bases and on-line services.

•  Obtain accurate and relevant information

    from a range of sources.

•  Collect data from probes to measure events

    and phenomena  use simple modeling

    programs to make predictions.


MST Standard 5: Technology

Intermediate

 •  Assemble a complete computer system

     System.

•    Use a computer system to acquire

     information from the Internet.

•   Use computer hardware and software to

     create prototypical designs and models.

•   Use a computer system to monitor and

     control external events and/or systems.

 

MST Standard 7: Access and Analysis

Intermediate

•   Access information from printed media,

     electronic databases, and community

     resources.

•    Use the information to develop a definition

      of the problem and to research possible

      solutions.

 

CDOS Standard 3a

Intermediate

 •   Select and use appropriate technology to

     complete a task.

•   Select and communicate information in an

     appropriate format (e.g., oral, written,

     graphic, pictorial, multimedia).

 

ELA Standard 3: Grade 9
Reading

•   Analyze and evaluate nonfiction texts;

    determine the significance and reliability of

    information.

 

ELA Standard 1: Grade 10

Reading

•   Analyze information from different sources,

     making connections and showing

     relationships to other texts, ideas, and

     subjects.

 

ELA Standard 3: Grade 11

Reading

•   Select, reject, and reconcile ideas and

     information in light of biases.

 

ELA Standard 1: Grade 12

Reading

•   Analyze and synthesize information from

    different sources by making connections and

    showing relationships to other texts, ideas,

    subjects, and the world at large.

 

Math Standard 3: Grades 9-12

Representation Strand

•  Create and use representations to organize,

    record, and communicate mathematical

    ideas

•  Select, apply, and translate among

    mathematical representations to solve

    problems

•  Use representations to model and interpret

    physical, social, and mathematical

    phenomena

 

MST Standard 6: Interconnectedness

Models

Commencement

•   Incorporate new design feature in a CAD

    drawing

•  Use a computer simulation to create a

    model of system under stress.

 

 

 

March 2008