Grade five’s ‘I can’ challenges;
- I can explain the benefits of using excel.
- I can enter and sort data in excel.
- I can edit and refine spread sheets.
- I can use my data to create simple graphics.
- I can use program sounds, objects and events in programs like Pivot, Scratch, Kahoots, and music programs.
- I can organise my inbox using folders.
- I can independently use graphics and text to show ideas in mind maps, tables, SmartArt, collages, tagxedos.
- I can independently create a movie to share with my family at home using Movie Maker, Photostory3 or iMovie.
- I can edit my own Learning blog using Mrs Miller’s Rubric.
Term 1: First Reflection after our Infusion in the computer lab
I can log in using my student code
I can create folders using the shortcut (Ctrl/Shift N)
I can rename my USB
I am currently on ? on the trust chart so can/can’t use YouTube with the teachers permission
I am grateful for ? when I’m in DT classes.
At the end of the year I ask the students to post a comment underneath their year level page on this blog and use this as a guide to plan for 2018. I’ve put one example here and the others are found right down the bottom of this page.
All of the 3-6 students Rubrics are found on their learning blog along with a page with links to their Pre/Post tests. These assessments are revised every term and shared with their teachers and families twice a year. I enjoy looking at their progress. Please feel free to click on this link and have a go at some of the pre/post
Excel Post-test-22zu65l this is one of the Excel Pre/Post Briefs students have completed this year. Look at this progress from term 3 to term 4 from Kobie…
Pre-Test Term 3 For his post-test he completed three different styles with his own data & graphics.
Our grade five students have been learning some more Cyber Safety skills after having an in visit from Constable Deneen during week three. Mrs Miller received some fantastic emails reflecting on this visit.
We’ve had a lot of fun using the Olympics with our Learning Goals. here’s some fabulous messages we sent to the athletes.