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    In this section you will find general class information (i.e. MLA guides, syllabus, etc.) and any other information or links that pertain to class.

    Computer Lab Skills Sheet 

    Students in K-5 understand that technology is used in all content areas to support directed and independent learning.

    Computer Skills for Kindergarten:

     

    ·      Whole Brain Rules and Procedures and HES school wide Expectations.

    ·         Learn to open a program from a desktop icon by double clicking with the mouse.

    ·         Locate and recognize their name.

    ·         Use of district approved software covering concepts in Math (number recognition) and Reading (letter recognition) .

    ·         Learn proper computer terminology such as monitor, keyboard, and mouse etc….

    ·         MAPS testing

    ·         Brain Pop Jr. - Internet Safety

    ·         Brain POP Jr. -  Bullying

    ·        Bullying pledge and discuss cyber bullying.

    ·         Use of  the mouse to click and double click and recognizing program icons independently.

    ·        Use of district approved software for math and reading.

    ·        Use of district approved software in letter, number, and shapes identification.

    ·        Introduced to  a district approved software for keyboarding.

    ·        Kindergarten students use several different programs for keyboarding and have identified letters on the keyboard to enter their names and have used the enter key, shift key, and space bar key.

     

    ·        Use of Chromebooks in classrooms.

     

    Computer Skills for First Grade:

    • Whole Brain rules and procedures & HES Expectations.
    • Use of district approved software to learn Keyboarding skills.
    • Use ofdistrict approved software to cover concepts in Math and Reading.
    • Learn proper way to log on/off and shutdown computers.
    • Learn proper computer terminology and proper use of special keys on keyboard.
    • MAPS testing
    • Introduced to Study Island / Education Galaxy
    • Brain Pop Jr. Internet Safety
    • Brain Pop Jr. Bullying
    • Brain Pop Jr. Parts of a computer
    • Bullying pledge and discuss cyber bullying.
    • Keyboarding skills, focusing on home row keys and posture. 
    •  They are working on demonstrating proper use of the mouse to click, double click and drag. 
    • Explore Microsoft Word/Google docs documents.
    • Use of multiple search engines
    • Use of Chromebooks in classrooms.

    Computer skills for Second Grade:

    • Whole Brain Rules and Procedures & HES Expectations.
    • Use of district approved software to practice keyboarding skills.
    • Use of district approved software to cover concepts in Math and Reading.
    • Learn how to use search engines.
    • Learn proper computer terminology and proper use of special keys on keyboard.
    • Learn proper way to long on and off of  a computer.
    • Study Island / Education Galaxy
    • MAPS testing
    • Brain Pop Jr. Internet Safety
    • Brain Pop Jr. Bullying
    • Brain Pop Jr. Parts of a computer
    • Bullying pledge and discussed cyber bullying.
    • Demonstrate their mouse skills by copy/paste, drag, scroll, left click and mouse placement. 
    • Use technology to communicate in various modes.
    • Create a multi-slide PowerPoint/Google slides Presentation.  
    •  Use of Microsoft Word/Google Docs  for various lessons.
    •  Introduced to multiple search engines. 
    • Use of Chromebooks in classrooms.

    Computer Skills for Third Grade:

    • Whole Brain Rules and Procedures & HES Expectations
    • Learn proper way to log on /off and shutdown computer.
    • Use of district approved software to practice keyboarding skills.
    • learn proper computer terminology.
    • Explore Microsoft Word/Docs.
    • Use of  Search Engines
    • Use of district approved software to cover concepts in math and reading.
    • Study Island / Education Galaxy
    • MAPS Testing
    • Discuss online safety in computer lab and with guest speaker
    • Brain Pop Internet Safety
    • Brain Pop Bullying
    • Brain Pop Parts of a Computer
    • Bullying Pledge and discussed cyber bullying
    • 3rd grade students work on keyboarding skills focusing on home row keys and posture. 
    • Learn the various functions of keys along with using their mouse to copy/paste, scroll, and drag and left/right click.
    • Create and publish products for audiences inside an outside the classroom using technology such as Microsoft Word/Docs, Publisher, and Power Point/Google slides.      
    • They gather and use accurate information from teacher selected kid friendly search engines and websites to create and communicate in various modes.
    • Use of Chromebooks in classrooms. 

       

    Computer Skills for Fourth Grade:

    • Whole Brain Rules and Procedures & HES Expectations.
    • Learn Proper way to log on/off and shut down computer.
    • Work on word processing skills
    • Use district approved software to practice keyboarding skills.
    • Use district approved software to practice concepts in math and reading.
    • MAPS Testing
    • Study Island
    • Discuss on-line safety in the Computer Lab and with a guest speaker.
    • Brain Pop Internet Safety
    • Brain Pop Bullying
    • Brain Pop Parts of a Computer
    • Use of kid friendly search engines and websites to research.
    • Work on their keyboarding skills focusing on home row keys and posture.
    • Work on their mouse skills, copy/paste, left click, drag and scroll.
    • Use of Microsoft Office Word/Google Docs and Google slides/Power Point to communicate in a variety of modes.
    • Education Galaxy
    • Use of Chromebooks in classrooms. 

     

    Computer Skills for Fifth Grade

    • Whole Brain Rules and Procedures & HES Expectations.
    • Learn proper way to log on/off and shut down computer.
    • Learn proper computer terminology.
    • Use of district approved software to practice keyboarding skills.
    • Use of district approved software to work on concepts in Math and Reading.
    • Study Island
    • MAPS Testing
    • Discuss on-line safety in the computer lab  and with guest speaker.
    • Brain Pop Internet Safety
    • Brain Pop Bullying
    • Brain Pop Parts of a Computer
    • Bullying pledge and discuss cyber bullying.
    • Continue to gather and use accurate information from teacher selected kid friendly search engines and websites to create and communicate in various modes.
    • Education Galaxy
    • Continue to use a variety of tools and formats to summarize and communicate results of investigations.
    • Use of Google Doc/Microsoft Word, Google slides/Powerpoint.
    • Excel Spreadsheets
    • Use of Chromebooks in classrooms.

     

     

     

     


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