Grade six’s ‘I can’ challenges;
- I can share my learning progress online. (Subscribing family members to personal blogs)
- I can use social networking responsibly.
- I can tell you the reliability of information that I find on the internet. (Complete the Copyright Brief)
- I can use specific search symbols (“ _ , “ + – ) to improve my search results.
- I can modify my online space to improve meaning content based on user feedback. (Using Global2)
- I can add attachments and signatures to emails. (Add people to my address book)
- I can enter and sort data in excel.
- I can use graphics and text to show ideas in mind maps, tables, SmartArt, collages, tagxedos.
- I can organise my inbox using folders and create widgets within my own blog.
- I can create my own Game to share with my peers. (Multi-levelled)
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.
Most of the grade 6 students work is uploaded and shared within their own private blogs.
Congratulations Liam (room 19) for being our “Blocky Code” champion.
One of the Grade 6 tasks this semester has been to capture an interesting image of their favourite hangout at school.
We’ve had a lot of fun using the Olympics with our Learning Goals. Here’s some fabulous messages we sent to the athletes.
Grade 6 Science Term 4 2015 Thanks Mr Swayn….
Jonty’s Movie Creation Room 17
Hunntta Room 17 Zack Room 17
Well done Jordyn for completing your ‘Digital Licence’
Ryder & Tess completed great Tagxedos using their teachers names!
Please ask your child to search for our ICT class bog and show you what we’ve been learning.
ANZAC DAY PROJECT_ By Seb Room 18