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TECHNOLOGY

A A student should be able to operate technology-based tools.

A student who meets the content standard should:

  1. use a computer to enter and retrieve information;
  2. use technological tools for learning, communications, and productivity;
  3. use local and world-wide networks;
  4. manage and maintain technology tools; and
  5. diagnose and solve common technology problems.
B A student should be able to use technology to locate, select, and manage information.

A student who meets the content standard should:

  1. identify and locate information sources using technology;
  2. choose sources of information from a variety of media; and
  3. select relevant information by applying accepted research methods.
C A student should be able to use technology to explore ideas, solve problems, and derive meaning.

A student who meets the content standard should:

  1. use technology to observe, analyze, interpret, and draw conclusions;
  2. solve problems both individually and with others; and
  3. create new knowledge by evaluating, combining, or extending information using multiple technologies.
D A student should be able to use technology to express ideas and exchange information.

A student who meets the content standard should:

  1. convey ideas to a variety of audiences using publishing, multi- media, and communications tools;
  2. use communications technology to exchange ideas and information; and
  3. use technology to explore new and innovative methods for interaction with others.
E A student should be able to use technology responsibly and understand its impact on individuals and society.

A student who meets the content standard should:

  1. evaluate the potentials and limitations of existing technologies;
  2. discriminate between responsible and irresponsible uses of technology;
  3. respect others' rights of privacy in electronic environments;
  4. demonstrate ethical and legal behavior regarding intellectual property, which is the manifestation of an original idea, such as computer software, music, or literature;
  5. examine the role of technology in the workplace and explore careers that require the use of technology;
  6. evaluate ways that technology impacts culture and the environment;
  7. integrate the use of technology into daily living; and
  8. recognize the implications of emerging technologies.
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