Riverton Primary Campus Education Support Centre An Independent

Riverton Primary Campus Education Support Centre An Independent

Riverton Primary Campus Education Support Centre An Independent Public School Operational Plan ICT 2017 - 2019 Riverton Education Support Centre Our School Vision Riverton Education Support Centre is part of the Riverton Primary Campus which is an inclusive community where students work collaboratively in a rich learning environment to achieve their academic, social and emotional potential. Purpose We aim to foster an environment that is inclusive for all at our School. We believe in providing opportunities for all students to access all areas of the curriculum. Strategic Directions Excellence in Teaching Excellence in Learning Positive Community Partnership Positive Healthy Community Riverton Education Support Centre ICT SCOPE AND SEQUENCE Riverton Education Support Centre VELS Level 1 PREP Working towards level 1 At level 1(end of year Prep) it is expected that all students will have developed competencies in: Basic computer skills Safe handling of devices and equipment Familiarity with a range of software Students should be allowed to progress past these skills as their ICT competencies develop Basic computer skills A. Identify computer-based technologies Identify examples of ICT equipment at home Identify and name o Keyboard o Mouse o Monitor o Cursor o Printer o Electrical connections o Headphones A. Respond to a range of multi media resources Word Paint Range of literacy and numeracy software (eg Sounds Great, PM Stories, Galaxy Stories, Galaxy Maths, Nelson Maths etc) B. Care and safe use of computer-based technologies Safe use of electrical equipment

Correct posture at computer Handle headphones correctly C. Creating and word processing skills Work with text, numbers and images Copy letters, numbers and short sentences Typing own name C. Apply basic skills Log on and off, shut down Locate familiar programs Single click mouse Identify and use letters and numbers on the keyboard Using shift or caps lock for capital. Using full stop. Riverton Education Support Centre ICT for visualising thinking, creating and communicating B. Recognise and use familiar icons and symbols Toolbar on Paint, KidPix and Word Print, open, close/quit/exit Locate, open and close familiar programs D. Present ideas to a small audience Present published work E. Reflect and communicate Share understandings through discussions Reflect on learnings VELS Level 2 Basic computer skills ICT for visualising thinking, creating and communicating Children should be given opportunities to consolidate the skills and understandings from level 1 as they move towards level 2 in their learning. A. Respond to a range of multi-media resources Working towards level 2 (Standards for ICT A. Identify , name and use computer-based digital cameras domain begin) technologies PowerPoint Keyboard Word At level 2 standard (end of grade 2), it is Mouse Paint expected that all students will have developed Monitor Kid Pix competencies in:

Cursor Range of literacy and numeracy software (eg Sounds Great, PM Basic computer skills Printer Stories, Galaxy Stories, Galaxy Maths, Nelson Maths etc) Safe handling of devices and equipment Electrical connections Use of a range of software Intranet B. Recognise and use familiar icons and symbols Creation of simple information products. Internet standard toolbar icons Files & folders o undo, italic, bold, cut, copy, paste Students should be allowed to progress past Spreadsheets Print, open, close/quit/exit these skills as their ICT competencies develop. Introduce whole class email Locate, open and close familiar programs B. Care and safe use of computer-based o Word and internet use technologies 1. Organise and classify information and ideas Safe use of electrical equipment 2. Cut and paste Correct posture at computer 3. Drop and drag Handle storage devices 4. Colour code 5. Modify text to improve presentation C. Apply basic skills 6. Selecting font type and size Double click mouse 7. Selecting bold, centre, change case Use familiar icons 8. Create a simple table Locate familiar programs independently Save own work in network files Insert Clip Art o PowerPoint 1. Create and present simples slideshows 2. Use still and moving images from Clip Art C. Present ideas to a small audience Presenting published work D. Reflect and communicate Share understandings through discussions

Reflect on learnings Begin to compose and send simple emails as a class. Riverton Education Support Centre Working towards level 3 (Dimensions for ICT begin) Basic computer skills ICT for creating ICT for communicating Children should be given opportunities to consolidate the skills and understandings from previous levels as they move towards Level 3 in their learning. At level 3 standard (end of year 4) it is expected that all students will have developed competencies in: Basic computer skills Safe handling of devices and equipment Use of a range of software and multimedia resources Basic skills in research, communication, analysis, creation and presentation of data Students should be allowed to progress past these skills as their ICT competencies develop. Riverton Education Support Centre A. Identify, name and use computer-based technologies As per level two B. Care and safe use of computer-based technologies Understand and use a school code of conduct when accessing the internet C. Apply ICT skills Select and use printer Identify rows, columns and cells in Excel and in Word tables. Modify and edit Spell/grammar check o Delete o Copy o Cut and paste o Thesaurus o Text alignment o Undo / redo o Insert shapes, pictures and text o

Drawing lines o Save and retrieve files o Create and rotate a text box o Transfer and save to a computer still images captured with a digital camera Reflection and review Evaluate work of self and others o using a teacher-made rubric to describe how well it meets the purpose A. Open, close and save Create a new file Save files into existing and new folders Use save as B. Creation of information products Create documents Create a slideshow using Powerpoint Insert a slide o Format design layout o Add a sound o Begin to select and use a o range of transitions Use text, images and sound to create products to suit various audiences Invitations o Short Stories o Animations o Title Pages for books etc. o Create a graph using Excel o Collect first-hand data and, with assistance, enter it into spreadsheet files and manipulate it. o Colour code cells o Individually or as a class, make summary statements about the characteristics of the processed data. C. Print documents Use print review Zoom in and out in print preview Print whole document Print part of document A. Electronic messages Exchange emails within the school network o Read

o Compose and send o Delete o Create folders to store email messages Understand and use the world wide web Locate information from the Internet o Open a browser, e.g. Explorer o Use back, forward and home keys o Use search engines o Use criteria to evaluate the value of the information. Understand and use the Intranet Locate information from student files Working towards level 4 Basic computer skills ICT for creating ICT for communicating Children should be given opportunities to consolidate the skills and understandings from previous levels as they move towards level 4 in their learning. At level 4 (end of year 6) it is expected that all students will have developed competencies in: Basic computer skills Safe handling of devices and equipment Use of a range of software and multimedia resources Basic skills in research, communication, analysis, creation and presentation of data Students should be allowed to progress past these skills as their ICT competencies develop. Riverton Education Support Centre A. Identify, name and use computer-based technologies Digital cameras and Video cameras Hyperlinks Digital portfolio A. Open, close and save Create a new file Save files into existing and new folders Use save as A. Electronic messages Exchange emails within the

school network o Use address book o Attach files to emails B. Care and safe use of computer-based technologies Work safely and independently Understand and use a school code of conduct when accessing the internet B. Creation of information products Creation of electronic portfolio o Use hyperlinks o Annotate work o Reflect and assess work Create a spreadsheet and graph using Excel chart wizard o select graph type o label axes o change graph appearance size colour font o export graph to word processing document Create a presentation using Powerpoint o Set it up to run automatically Timing Variety of transitions Sounds o Use external hardware o Download pictures from digital camera o Scan images and photos o Save photos B. Understand and use the world wide web Access approved websites to acquire information o Limit and refine searches o Critically examine information obtained from the internet C. Apply ICT skills Create basic graphic organisers Use simulation software o Kahootz Manipulate and edit a variety of data types such as images, texts and numbers Use many features of Word and Excel Begin to use hyperlinks Organise and manage files o Create new folders o Move documents between folders o Delete documents/folders o Rename files/folders/documents Transfer and save to a computer still and/ or moving images captured with a digital

camera Reflection and review o Evaluate work of self and others using a self-made rubric to describe how well it meets the purpose Use graphic organisers in various programs to show, organise and sequence ideas C. Understand and use the Intranet Locate information from student share Upload files and folders onto the intranet and check their accessibility Use email within the school network Working towards level 4 Riverton Education Support Centre Basic computer skills ICT for creating Use graphic organisers in various programs to show, organise and sequence ideas o Spreadsheet o Concept maps o Sequence charts o Venn diagrams o Show relationships between ideas o Organise ideas o Show how representations can be used in new situations Use digital imaging programs o Publisher o Photostory o Paint o Edit and manipulate photos o Add features o Add effects o Crop and rotate photos o Save photos ICT for communicating Riverton Education Support Centre 255 Corinthian Road East, Riverton Western Australia 6148 9457 8307 [email protected] www.rivertonprimary.wa.edu.au

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