Director of Technology
One Court Square
Harrisonburg, VA 22801 Email
Phone: (540) 434-9916
Fax: (540) 434-5196
Grade 6 Technology Benchmarks
ICT Literacy - Focus: Collaboration
Demonstrate knowledge of technologies that support collaboration, personal pursuits, and productivity
Work collaboratively and/or independently when using technology.
Practice preventative maintenance of equipment, resources, and facilities.
Explore the potential of the Internet as a means of personal learning and the respectful exchange of ideas and products.
Use technology resources for solving problems and making informed decision.
Employ technology in the development of strategies for solving problems.
Use a variety of technologies to identify and provide possible solutions to real-world problems.
Use content-specific tools, software, and simulations such as environmental probes, graphic calculators, exploratory environments, and web tools.
Participate in collaborative problem-solving activities.
Select and use appropriate tools and technology resources to accomplish a variety of tasks.
Use technologies to facilitate collaboration and teamwork
Show respect and care for others at all times, even when technology makes them seem not real.
Actively pursue collaborations with both local community members and people in other communities.
Be flexible in taking different roles (e.g., leader/follower, orator/listener) on teams as the situations require.
Use technologies ethically and safely:
Comply with current copyright laws.
Use borrowed technology with respect and care.
Never use technology to bully, coerce, or harass any other person; be accountable for conduct when using technology.
Be aware of safety issues related to all technologies, but specifically communication technologies.
Follow the division’s current guidelines for ethics and safety (identified in the acceptable use policy).
Internet Safety: Copyright, Cyberbullying(See curriculum)
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