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Technology I Can Statements for the Classroom Teacher



With all of the new technology available to us on a daily basis it is no surprise that students are coming into our classrooms with more and more skills each year. As educators, we need to keep up through research and playing with these devices ourselves!

Technology I Can Statements for the Computer Lab Teacher

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You might be wondering how to organize these. I use a pocket chart labeled with each grade level K-5. I've printed and laminated all of the I Can Statements. I keep the half-page sheets in a manila envelope, and the full page posters in a binder when they aren't in use. I choose 1 or 2 of the statements for each grade level each week

If you're a technology specialist, you're going to love all the time I've just saved you! With the push of the Common Core State Standards, classrooms are expected to put up "I Can" statements with the standards in kid-friendly language. Your administrators probably expect to see these up in specialists' classrooms too. I have several products available for K through 12 computer lab teachers. Watch the gif below for a sample of one of my products. 

Technology I Can Statements for the Computer Lab Teacher

Technology I Can Statements for the Computer Lab Teacher

You might be wondering how to organize these. I use a pocket chart labeled with each grade level K-5. I've printed and laminated all of the I Can Statements. I keep the half-page sheets in a manila envelope, and the full page posters in a binder when they aren't in use. I choose 1 or 2 of the statements for each grade level each week

I will start at the beginning. If you're responsible for teaching primary students, the K-2 set will be ideal for you. Many of the statements can be used as inspiration for activities. I have included both half-page and full-page posters for each of the I Can Statements. They are provided to you in both PDF and PNG format for high definition printing. 


You might be wondering how to organize these. I use a pocket chart labeled with each grade level K-5. I've printed and laminated all of the I Can Statements. I keep the half-page sheets in a manila envelope, and the full page posters in a binder when they aren't in use. I choose 1 or 2 of the statements for each grade level each week
In the same format, I have a set for 3-5. 

You might be wondering how to organize these. I use a pocket chart labeled with each grade level K-5. I've printed and laminated all of the I Can Statements. I keep the half-page sheets in a manila envelope, and the full page posters in a binder when they aren't in use. I choose 1 or 2 of the statements for each grade level each week (I see my students once per week). Many of the standards can be used for multiple grade levels so I didn't separate them into individual grade levels because there would have been many duplicates.
You might be wondering how to organize these. I use a pocket chart labeled with each grade level K-5. I've printed and laminated all of the I Can Statements. I keep the half-page sheets in a manila envelope, and the full page posters in a binder when they aren't in use. I choose 1 or 2 of the statements for each grade level each week



Ok now here is my favorite one (and apparently my buyer's favorite too). The BUNDLE. Great discount for buying K-5. Look below for K-6. Its a great deal too!


You might be wondering how to organize these. I use a pocket chart labeled with each grade level K-5. I've printed and laminated all of the I Can Statements. I keep the half-page sheets in a manila envelope, and the full page posters in a binder when they aren't in use. I choose 1 or 2 of the statements for each grade level each weekI was so excited to find clip art that was more suited to the older grade levels for my middle and high school sets. Here is an idea from the grades 6-8 pack.

With the popularity of my K-5&6 bundles, I had to create sets for my Secondary people too. Here are the 6-8 and 9-12 sets. I worked hard to find clip art that wasn't as "cutesy" for these products. I created more of my own diagrams that support the higher level skills. Many of the graphics represent real world situations (like working in an office setting).
You might be wondering how to organize these. I use a pocket chart labeled with each grade level K-5. I've printed and laminated all of the I Can Statements. I keep the half-page sheets in a manila envelope, and the full page posters in a binder when they aren't in use. I choose 1 or 2 of the statements for each grade level each week












I hope that these can help you and save you loads of time. I put hundreds of hours into these sets and they've been really popular in my store. Look below to read some of my feedback.

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With all of the new technology available to us on a daily basis it is no surprise that students are coming into our classrooms with more and more skills each year. As educators, we need to keep up through research and playing with these devices ourselves!
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Teaching in an elementary school requires a high level of professional appearance. This isn't always easy when we are up and down from the floor several times a day. Most days I at least have to kneel, if not get all the way on the floor when working on technology troubleshooting or with a small group on the carpet.

I scour Pinterest constantly for ideas for outfits I can wear to school. The main ingredients for a teacher outfit:
1. Modest: this one is pretty important. We need to have everything covered at all times. If I can't bend over a desk without exposing something, then that outfit is not an option for me.
2. Flexible: I mean 2 things by this one. It has to stretch for those trips to the floor, and it needs to accommodate the temperature differences throughout the school. Some days the air is on, some days it isn't... gotta be prepared.
3. Professional: they say to dress for the job you want. I see some teachers wearing suit pieces, but this just doesn't work for my position. Business casual generally works for the elementary classroom. 

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One thing I haven't been able to figure out yet is how to wear a dress to school. Any advice? 
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I have been blogging over at another host site for over a year and haven't been happy with it. I am so excited to be moving over to blogger. I will slowly add my blog posts from the other site. In case you're not familiar with me, I am an elementary science and technology teacher (pretty sweet job) and a teacher author. I love writing blog posts about how I integrate technology in my classroom. Thanks for stopping by!
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