Technology is an integral part of life in today’s world. In order to be successful in elementary school and beyond, students must be technologically literate, and be able to navigate the digital world safely and effectively. The St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Technology Curriculum is multi-disciplinary and seeks to promote academic success by embedding technology tools and applications into the teaching and learning process rather than attempting to teach skills in isolation. The classroom teachers work with the computer teachers to support transition and flow between computer lab and classroom. This real-world approach allows classroom teachers to enhance the learning process and enrich the academic experience. It also enables all students to develop technology skills in a wide-range of contexts while simultaneously strengthening academic skills.
Below is a general description of the skills learned at each grade level.
This is by no means a comprehensive list of everything covered in the lab and classroom.