The Trajectory curriculum is comprised of four comprehensive units per year designed by technology coordinators with years of practical experience teaching K-8 computer literacy.
- Each unit is designed to encourage teachers to integrate current classroom studies as the academic focus.
- The integration process is easy – our representatives and all Trajectory resources are designed with this in mind.
- Detailed, grade-appropriate, K-8 lesson plans are provided for each unit.
- The curriculum spirals, allowing students to master technology skills as they progress from Kindergarten through 8th grade.
Trajectory is based on a technology scope and sequence that identifies over 350 learning objectives in 10 different technology areas including:
These literacy objectives establish the framework for a technology program that ensures continuity as students age. It also ensures that students don’t just learn the software applications, they seamlessly apply it to all aspects of coursework. This document is constantly maintained to ensure the integration of new technology. All curriculum units are developed to exceed the technology requirements for your state.
Many of the Trajectory units also offer the opportunity to practice skills required by the Common Core Standards. Whether planning a word processing project using the writing process or practicing communication skills while sharing a multimedia presentation with peers, the Trajectory curriculum provides teachers with the opportunity to integrate across subject areas to address and reinforce skills required by the Common Core.
Teachers have full online access to the program: and all the integration and support tools included: Handouts, Samples, Templates, and Support documents.
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