Technology Curriculum Overview

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The Great Neck philosophy of school-based management implies that teachers are in the best position to create lessons that are appropriate for the individual needs of their students. This is the reason we have not imposed a top-down computer curriculum that specifies lesson plans to be taught in each grade level. However, we strongly believe that a computer curriculum framework that delineates the skills that students should master by the time they leave the elementary, middle and high school levels is essential for equitable computer instruction for all of our students. The documents below provide our district with a curricular blueprint for instructional technology that justifies our hardware expenditures, software selections and staff development plans.

Elementary Computer
Curriculum Framework

Secondary Computer
Curriculum Framework