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Technology and Information Literacy Scope and Sequence

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What Is It?
Technology and Information Literacy Scope and Sequence

The aim of the WISS TILT scope and sequence is to provide a scaffold for students as they progress through PYP to ensure competency and confidence with information and digital literacy. Classroom teachers can use the document to support and guide their teaching in connection with the technology integration specialist and school librarian.

• the American Library Association’s guide Information Power
• “The Role of ICT in the PYP” from the International Baccalaureate
• Common Sense Media’s educators’ “Scope and Sequence”

Investigating is to carry out a purposeful inquiry or research, to test existing understanding, discover new information and create new understanding. Through investigation, learners critically evaluate a variety of sources, making connections and synthesizing findings to apply knowledge to real-life contexts.
Creating is a process through which learners are provided with an opportunity to innovate and test boundaries. Learners construct meaning, apply critical thinking and original ideas to real-world situations, and share knowledge through self-expression, problem-posing and problem-solving, and reflection.
The strands were taken from the IB: ICT in the PYP. They are:
Becoming Responsible Citizens
Collaborating is the process through which learners validate and negotiate ideas and reach a deeper understanding and a global perspective. Learners are empowered through digital media and environments and through active participation in creating and sharing knowledge.
Organizing is the ability to structure or arrange connected items. Learners understand that ICT systems can be used to inform, adapt, manage and problem-solve during their creative, communicative, collaborative and investigative processes. Learners make connections, transfer existing knowledge and independently explore new technologies.
Becoming Responsible Citizens
Becoming a responsible digital citizen involves using ICT to make informed and ethical choices while acting with integrity and honesty. In a globally connected digital world, learners are empowered to be responsible for their actions, to value others’ rights and to practice safe and legal behaviors.
Do You Know Your TILT vocabulary?

Make a THICK question about that inappropriate picture in Tom's e-mail.

Communicating is the exchange of information with various audiences using a range of media and formats. Effective communicators contribute to cross-cultural understanding, make informed choices when deciding on tools to articulate meaning, and provide relevant, significant feedback to others.
Presented by Adrienne Johnson and Kathy Anderson
List as many digital and non-digital communication tools as you can

On your whiteboard- make a mind map of your understanding of the word CREATING.
Flip your whiteboard over:
Now list 3 ways that this description changed your thinking about creating.
NOW read through the rest of Creating
Make a visual representation of your research cycle.
Give an example from your past teaching or learning experiences that helped you learn to evaluate sources.
Notice something missing?
Puzzle time!
Use the plastic bag on your table to organize the Organization Strand. Next, read it with your team.
As a team, list as many examples of navigational tools as you can.
Translate this sentence:
My smmr hols wr CWOT. B4, we used 2go2 NY 2C my bro, his GF & thr 3 :-@ kids FTF. ILNY, it's a gr8 plc.

Where would this sentence be appropriate? Where would it be inappropriate?
Now, identify where this fits in the scope and sequence.
How do you connect and collaborate with others?

Create a plan to show how you will help your students connect with others to expand their global perspective.
This photo ended up in Tom Kline's
e-mail! Trace the path of this photo from when it was taken to its arrival in Tom's inbox. (Create a digital footprint of this photo.)
role play

Give an example of a cross-cultural understanding that your students could gain from communicating with different groups.
Do You Know Your TILT vocabulary?
What does MLA stand for?
Do You Know Your TILT vocabulary?
Which is plural, media or medium?
Do You Know Your TILT vocabulary?
Make a THIN question about Mr. Brunton.
Do You Know Your TILT vocabulary?
What is the difference between independently and self-selected?
2. What thinking skill could be used to help find a solution to that problem?
1. Write down one common out-of-school problem for students in your class.
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