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Digital

Citizenship Unit Assessment


Checklist of Student Performance:
(X=Student completed task)
Student
Name:

Aanya
Alan
Alex
Bevin
Brandon
Charles
Connor
Emily
Hannah
Josie
Julia H.
Julia S.
Lena
Mairead
Mila
Stephen
Sofia

Demonstrated how
to safely searched for
pictures on the
Photographic
Dictionary

Correctly
completed the
Animal Alphabet
handout

Gave 2-3
sentence
explanation and
reflection of what
they learned

Demonstrated
how to
correctly put
words in
alphabetical
order

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Assessment Analysis:

Demonstrated how to correctly put words
in alphabetical order

Gave 2-3 sentence explanation and


reXlection of what they learned
No
Yes

Correctly completed the Animal Alphabet


handout

Demonstrated how to safely searched for


pictures on the Photographic Dictionary
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8 10 12 14 16 18

Summary:
Overall, the first grade students made good strides in their performance of this unit. 100%
of students were able to correctly complete the Animal Alphabet handout. I give a lot credit
to the fact that 2 teachers were able to meet the needs of students who might have
struggled to complete this correctly. Having 2 teachers collaborating on this project helped
the success of the students because working in 2 smaller groups allowed us to scaffold
more for students who need it.

16 out of 17 students were able to put words in alphabetical order. We now see that this
particular student will need extra practice with this. Andrew found a great website called
Learning Planet which he and I let some members of our groups practice when they were
struggling to remember how to put words in ABC order.

Only 2 out of the 17 struggled to express what they learned during the reflection piece.
These 2 particular students have learning disabilities and have had difficulty in the past
with oral expression. The rest of the students were able to explain why its important to
search on kid friendly sites and described what they worked on for their assigned letter
and page of the book.

Only 2 of the 17 students struggled to demonstrate how to safely search for pictures. One
student struggled because of the previously mentioned disability causing her to not be
focused and needed a lot of adult guidance. This showed her inability to do this
independently. The other student did not follow directions and went to other sites without
permission. This resulted in a private discussion where I pulled him aside and we discussed

how important it is to follow instructions. Even though he did not go to any inappropriate
sites, he was still on a site without my permission. Otherwise, the rest of the students
followed the step-by-step directions and correctly and safely searched for their animal
pictures on Photographic Dictionary.

All in all, this was a fun and interesting way to have early learners understand and practice
basic digital citizenship practices and this exposure will help them be responsible internet
users in the future. It was fun to tie it into literacy as well.