COLLABORATION
1.3.1 Gather information and communicate electronically with others with support from teachers, family members or student partners
1.3.2 Work cooperatively and collaboratively with peers, teachers and others using technolog
y


  COMPUTATIONAL THINKING
1.3.1  Use technology resources (puzzles, logical thinking programs, etc.) to solve age appropriate problems
1.3.2  Use writing tools, digital cameras and drawing tools to illustrate thoughts, ideas and stories in a step-by-step manner
1.3.3  Understand how to arrange information in useful order, such as sorting students by birthday, without a computer
1.3 4  Recognize that software is created to control computer operations
1.3.5  Demonstrate how 0s and 1s can be used to represent information


  COMPUTING PRACTICES
1.3.1  Use technology resources to conduct age-appropriate research
1.3.2  Use developmentally appropriate media resources to conduct age-appropriate research
1.3.3  Create developmentally appropriate multimedia products with support from teachers, family members, or student partners
1.3.4  Construct a set of statements to be acted out to accomplish a simple task
1.3.5  Identify jobs that use computing and technology
1.3.6  Gather and organize information using concept mapping tools


  COMPUTERS and COMMUNICATION DEVICES
1.3   Use standard input/output devices to operate computers and related technologies


  COMMUNITY, GLOBAL, AND ETHICAL IMPACTS

1.3.1 Practice responsible digital citizenship in the use of technology systems and software
1.3.2 Identify positive social and ethical behaviors for using technology



 Strands for Grades 1-3


  • foundational concepts 
  • integrating basic skills in technology with basic concepts about computational thinking 
  • inspiring and engaging learning experiences
  • see computing as an important part of our world
  • active learning, creativity, and exploration
  • embedded within other curricular areas 
  • how computing tools can be used to help solve problems and communicate with others
  • access and organize information alone or in collaboration with others 
  • explore different information sources
  • learn to be responsible citizens 
  • ethical and safe uses of computers and networks