Kindergarten Technology Standards

 Kindergarten Nature, Concepts and Systems


 Indicator 1: Students understand the history and progression of technology in relation to the development and design of future technology.




 Indicator 2: Analyze the parts of a technological system in terms of input, process, output, and feedback.




 Indicator 3: Analyze the relationships and the connections between technologies in different fields of study and how they apply to communities.



Indicator 4: Students understand the purpose and demonstrate the use of the design process in problem solving



Kindergarten Social Interaction

Indicator 1: Students understand the safe, ethical, legal, and societal issues related to technology.



Indicator 2: Students investigate the advantages and disadvantages of technology.



Kindergarten Information and Communication Tools

Indicator 1: Students recognize and demonstrate skills in operating technological systems.



Indicator 2: Students use technology to enhance learning, extend capability, and promote creativity.



Indicator 3: Students evaluate and select information tools based on the appropriateness to specific tasks.



Kindergarten Information and Communication Processes

Indicator 1: Students understand the purpose of information technologies to communicate with a variety of collaborators.



Indicator 2: Students exchange information and ideas for an identified purpose through Information Technologies



Kindergarten Information Literacy and Decision Making

Indicator 1: Students use technology to locate and acquire information.



Indicator 2: Students determine the reliability and relevancy of information.