How to Use

Video on How to Use this Website (text instructions below)

 

Use of this Website

The scope and sequence has been organized by grade and four specific areas. They are available in the menu above under Scope and Sequence. Click on the Link in the second column next to the skill to see resources associated to the skill.

Foundational Operations – basic skills and concepts around computer technology, programs, services

Processes for Productivity – skills with genres of software or affordances of computer technology

Communicating & Inquiry – specific examples of activities that can be integrated into the curriculum.

Safety & Citizenship – While teachers will grow their own skills in technology over time, we feel it is critically important that lessons on digital safety and citizenship be incorporated into practice right away.

Lessons & Resources – As we develop lessons and resources these will be posted to the blog for this site and linked in appropriate locations in the spreadsheet above. These blog posts on the Lessons & Resources pages are organized automatically from latest created to earliest created. You can use the search function in the top right to search the entire site including these lessons & resources. Alternately you can use the links that will be added to spreadsheet for the Scope and Sequence.

 

Requests

We will continue to add to the website in the future to support our learning community members. If you have requests for lessons or resources pertaining to this scope and sequence, please do not hesitate to send them to Jarrod Bell, Glen Longley, and Laurie Petrucci.

Contribute

If you’d like to contribute to lessons or resources for the scope and sequence you are welcome to. Please share your resources with Jarrod, Laurie, or Glen. Any resources shared will fall under a Creative Commons Attribution – Non Commercial – Share Alike 3.0 Unported License.

Commenting

Commenting is available on our Lesson Posts. Please note that comments are public and we welcome those that contribute and support the practices of our learning community members.

Broken Link?

Please report any broken links right away to Jarrod Bell by email.


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