MITECS and Computer Science Standards Crosswalks
ABOUT THESE RESOURCES
The MITECS and Computer Science Standards Crosswalk resources provide a variety of activities for teachers to easily integrate the MITECS (Michigan Integrated Technology Competencies for Students) and Michigan Computer Science Standards into the K-8 classroom. They were created for all teachers who are interested in exploring ways to make connections between computer science and grade level curriculum content.
Who Is This Designed For?
The user-friendly resources are meant for all teachers, from those who need support getting started with coding and computer science to those with experience with technology integration and are looking for new ideas.
What is included?
There is a separate crosswalk and video for Grades K-2, Grades 3-5 and Grades 6-8.
These are referenced within the MITECS and Computer Science Standards Crosswalk work and are provided here for your convenience:
Michigan Integrated Technology Compentencies for Students (MITECS) - These student competencies focus on an integrated approach to learning enhanced by technology.
Michigan K-12 Computer Science Standards - These standards identify the computer science knowledge, practices, and skills all students should know and be able to do at each level of their education.
Articles of Interest
- Edutopia: 3 Ways to Integrate Computer Science in Other Classes
- ISTE: How Teaching About Algorithms Deepens Student Learning
Additional Resources Referenced
The contributing author for this work was Advanced Learning Partnerships Consultant Cheryl Boes. The work was possible through a partnership between:
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