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ICT Outcomes:

 C-level Outcomes: Communicating, Inquiring, Decision Making    and Problem Solving

Robotics relates greatly to C-level objectives, as it is essentially a problem solving endeavor. The ICT does not address Robotics or programming directly, however objectives are met. Communicating, inquiring, decision making and problem solving are all central to Robotics study.

C.4 - Students will use organizational processes and tools to manage an inquiry.
Specific Outcomes
1.1 follow a plan to complete an inquiry
1.2 formulate new questions as research progresses
1.3 organize information from more than one source

C.5 - Students will use technology to aid collaboration during inquiry.

C.6 - Students will use technology to investigate and/or solve problems.

Specific Outcomes

1.1 identify a problem within a defined context
1.2 use technology to organize and display data in a problem solving context
1.3 use technology to support and present conclusions.

C.7 - Students will use electronic research techniques to construct personal knowledge and meaning.

Specific Outcomes

1.1 develop questions that reflect a personal information need
1.2 summarize data by picking key words from gathered information and by using       jottings, point form or retelling
1.3 draw conclusions from organized information
1.4 make predictions based on organized information

Back to   F- level Outcomes: Foundational Operations, Knowledge and Concepts

F.1 - Students will demonstrate an understanding of the nature of technology.

Specific Outcomes

1.1  identify techniques and tools for communicating, storing, retrieving and selecting information
1.2 apply terminology appropriate to the technologies being used at this division level
1.3 demonstrate an understanding that the user manages and controls the outcomes of technology

F.2 - Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society.

Class discussions focused on how robotics are used in everyday life and how they affect society. Further, children created robots to serve specific purposes.

Specific Outcomes

1.1 identify technologies used in everyday life
1.2 describe particular technologies being used for specific purposes.

F.3 - Students will demonstrate a moral and ethical approach to the use of technology.

Specific Outcomes

1.1 demonstrate courtesy and follow classroom procedures when making appropriate use of computer technologies
1.2 work collaboratively to share limited resources
1.3 demonstrate appropriate care of technology equipment
1.4 recognize and acknowledge the ownership of electronic material
1.5 use appropriate communication etiquette

F.6 - Students will demonstrate a basic understanding of the operating skills required in a variety of technologies.

Specific Outcomes

1.1 perform basic computer operations, which may vary by environment, including powering up, inserting disks, moving the cursor, clicking on an icon, using pull-down menus, executing programs, saving files, retrieving files, printing, ejecting disks and powering down
1.2 use proper keyboarding techniques for the home row, enter, space bar, tab, backspace, delete and insertion-point arrow keys.

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