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Colorado Academic

Standards

ISTE
Standards
for Teachers

ISTE
Standards
for Students

Blooms
Taxonomy
Mathematics

The students will


take a piece of
written work they
have recently done
for this class and
they will count up
the number of times
they used someone
elses work and will
show how many
times they properly
cited the sources
and how many times
they didnt,
percentages, they
will then go back
and recite the
sources they did
incorrectly. 3.
Research and
information fluencystudents apply
digital tools to
gather, evaluate,
and use information.
d. Process data and
report results.

1. Number Sense,
Properties, and
Operations

2. Patterns, Functions,
and Algebraic
Structures
3. Analysis, Statistics,
and Probability

The teacher will


research and
present to the
students how
much a person can
make off of their
work and how
much they would
be losing if it were
to be reused by
someone else. 3.
Model digital age

Remember,
understand, apply,
analyze, evaluate- the
students will have to
remember what fair
use was in order to
find it in their paper,
they will need to be
able to categorize
their citations into two
groups, one that is
cited correctly and the
other one which is
not, they will then
have to apply what
they learned by
sorting out their
citations and
analyzing how many
were cited correctly
and how many were
not, they will then be
evaluated by the
teacher to see if they
correctly identified
and fixed the
incorrect citations.

Remember,
understand, apply and
analyze- the teacher
will remember what
she found on fair use
when making her
PowerPoint, she will
use that to define fair
use and find
examples of how
others use it and
make money either on

Constructivism

Student Use

Flipped
Classroom

work and learningteachers exhibit


knowledge, skills
and work
processes
representative of
an innovative
professional in a
global and digital
society. c.
Communicate
relevant
information and
ideas effectively to
students, parents
and peers using a
variety of digital
age media and
formats.

purpose or accident,
then she will apply
that to the author who
should be making
money and how much
they are losing while
the other person is
gaining it and last she
will talk about how
this happens and how
it is illegal to do and
ways to prevent it
from happening to her
students.

4. Shape, Dimension,
and Geometric
Relationships
Reading, Writing, and Communicating
1. Oral Expression
and Listening
2. Reading for All
Purposes
3. Writing and
Composition

4. Research and
Reasoning

Students will write a


paper on how to use
fair use when writing
a paper. 5. Digital
CitizenshipStudents understand
human, cultural and
social issues related
to technology and
practice legal and
ethical behavior. a.
Advocate and
practice safe, legal
and responsible use
of information and
technology.
Teachers research
a topic for a staff
training and

Understand, apply
and create- the
students will have to
apply what they
understand and have
been taught about fair
use into creating a
paper on the subject

Remember,
understand and
apply- the teachers

present it to the
staff at the school,
providing correct
citations according
to fair use. 5.
Engage in
professional
growth and
leadership.Teachers
continuously
improve their
professional
practice, model
lifelong learning
and exhibit
leadership in their
school and
professional
community by
promoting and
demonstrating the
effective use of
digital tools and
resources. D.
Contribute to the
effectiveness,
vitality and selfrenewal of the
teaching
profession and of
their school and
community.

have to remember fair


use and how to
correctly cite and use
others work, they
have to understand
and interpret what
they have researched
and they have to
convey what they
have learned to other
staff members using
fair use of the
materials.

Social Studies
1. History

Students will
research a part of
history within a
certain criteria and
present it using
multiple formats to a
number of
audiences made up
of many different
kinds of people
(teachers, peers,
younger children,
older children,
administration, etc.).
2. Communication

Remember,
understand and
apply- the students
will have to remember
what they have
learned about fair use
and follow those rules
when researching and
presenting, they will
have to summarize
what they have
learned to their
various audiences
giving proper credit to
the authors of the

and collaborationstudents use digital


media and
environments to
communicate and
work collaboratively,
including at a
distance, to support
individual learning
and contribute to
the learning of
others. B.
Communicate
information and
ideas effectively to
multiple audiences
using a variety of
media and formats.

2. Geography
3. Economics
4. Civics

The teacher can


talk about some of
the different cases
over time that
have occurred due
to the topic of fair
use, what can
happen, how much
it can cost you if
you dont do it
properly, etc. 4.
Promote and
model digital
citizenship and
responsibilityteachers
understand local
and global societal
issues and
responsibilities in
an evolving digital
culture and exhibit
legal and ethical
behavior in their
professional
practices. a.
Advocate, model
and teach safe,

Remember,
understand, apply,
analyze, evaluate
and create- the
teacher will
remember what she
researched and
made her
PowerPoint on and
will paraphrase to
her students making
it clear what fair use
and copyright is, so
she can apply that
to making a
presentation of the
new research she
has found on the
cases across time
regarding fair use,
then she can
analyze with the
students why some
of these cases
happened, if they
were an accident or
if it were on purpose
and how the court

works and they will


have to carry out their
plan of what they are
going to talk about
and how they are
going to credit those
authors to different
types of audiences,
adapting their
presentation to each.

legal and ethical


use of digital
information and
technology,
including respect
for copyright,
intellectual
property and the
appropriate
documentation of
sources.

case could have


been prevented, she
will then monitor if
the students are
understanding and
will help them to see
if they can find any
current cases in the
news or on other
sources they can
watch unfold as time
goes by, lastly they
could hypothesize
as a class how these
new cases will end
up as they watch
more and more of
how they progress
and use what they
know about fair use
and copyright.

Science
1. Physical Science
2. Life Science

Students will
research trends in
life expectancies
around the world
and explore reasons
as to why the life
expectancies have
increased or
decreased over
time. 4. Critical
thinking, problem
solving and decision
making- Students
use critical thinking
skills to plan and
conduct research,
manage projects,
solve problems and
make informed
decisions using
appropriate digital
tools and resources.
c. Collect and
analyze data to
identify solution

Understand, apply
and analyze- the
students will translate
their findings on life
expectancies, they
will apply what they
have learned about
life expectancies and
what they have
learned about better
technology and make
informed decisions
about how they are
connected and they
have to describe and
present why they
think life expectancies
have increased or
decreased, using
correct citations of
the works they used.

and/or make
informed decisions.

3. Earth Systems
Science

The teacher will


create a
presentation for
the class on the
solar system using
a presentation
system, such as
PowerPoint or
Prezi. 2. Design
and develop digital
age learning
experience and
assessmentsteachers design,
develop and
evaluate authentic
learning
experience and
assessments
incorporating
contemporary
tools and
resources to
maximize content
learning in context
and to develop the
knowledge, skills
and attitudes
identified in the
standards. a.
Design or adapt
relevant learning
experiences that
incorporate digital
tools and
resources to
promote student
learning and
creativity.

Remember,
understand, apply,
evaluate- the teacher
must remember and
use the fair use rules
when creating this
presentation as to be
a good example to
her students and
show them how to use
different material
from different
sources, she will then
summarize to them
what she researched
and what she wants
them to know, she will
apply that information
by creating a
presentation for the
students and to
evaluate what they
have learned there
will be questions at
the end of the
presentation the
students will have to
write down and turn
in.

Differentiation
Learning Disabilities EEOs

The teacher can


have students
create a
presentation on a
given topic, using
any technology
they wanted (ex.

assistive
technology they
may have for their
disability,
computers,
tablets, etc.) by
doing this those
students can learn
more about how to
use the technology
they have to
better suit them in
the future, on
future
assignments or in
future education.

Physical Disabilities
Gifted/ Talented

Students could have


to come up with a
presentation on the
use of fair use and
copyright but they
would have to
present it in a
different way than
just a PowerPoint or
Prezi. They could
use one of the
presentation
methods but they
would have to come
up with another way
to present the
information (ex. act
in a video, create an
animation, etc.)

Other
Reflection
In my matrix I tried to make it about learning about fair use and copyright, as well as, just incorporating it into the
everyday activities the students would be doing. I tried to mix it up so they learn about fair use and copyright and
then they apply it so they can see and understand how to properly do it and the actions that could follow if you dont
use fair use or copyrights correctly. I felt like I used remember and understand a lot but I think that is the core of the

knowledge being presented if you remember what was taught about fair use and copyright and understand how to
use it then you will be good to go, it is something that needs to be understood and remembered at all times, so I
tried to make that a point in my matrix that remembering and understanding was very important to this concept.
For the differentiation I tried to adapt it to create situations that would be helpful to the students involved and not
just an extra activity they had to do, I tried to adapt it and create realistic expectations that would produce quality
learning experience for those different types of children. I do realize this would take more time on my part or on
another helping professionals part but I do think it is important for those students to have those experiences and I
also think any of the activities presented in the matrix could be adapted to any kind of student, so everyone gets
something out of the learning objectives.