Technology Standards for Education (ISTE Standards for Students (Digital…
Technology Standards for Education
ISTE Standards for Students
Digital Citizen: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of how to share property online.
These are linked because in order for students to learn about sharing property, teachers need to teach them the importance of things like citizenship and copyright.
Digital Citizen: Students will model safe and legal technology use.
Global Collaborator: Student's will use tech for the purpose of interacting with others.
Global Collaborator: Students use technology to participate in local and global communities to collaborate and work with others, thus improving their learning.
Empowered Learner: Technology is sued by students to gain feedback that will improve their learning.
ISTE Standards for Teachers
Promote and Model Digital Citizenship and Responsibility: Teach students how to legally use digital information - this could include, copyright, and documentation of sources.
Engage in Professional Growth and Leadership: teachers will often seek to evaluate the current research in order to find out about the latest digital tools so they can implement them in the classroom in order to assistance students learning,
Engage in Professional Growth and Leadership: Teachers participate in local and global communities to see a wide range of technology being used and then implement it in their classrooms to improve student learning.
These are linked because both teacher and student are gaining knowledge and technological growth from participating in local and global communities.
Design and Develop Digital Age Learning Experiences and Assessments: Individualize learning for students to accommodate different learning styles and abilities using digital tools.
Design and Develop Digital Age Learning Experiences and Assessments: Develop assessments using technology for students to improve.
These are linked because both highlight how important feedback is for students to learn from their technology use.
Learning and Tech Policy Framework
Teachers need to stay up to date with tech research.
These are connected because both stress the importance of staying up to date with research to improve learning.
Student-Centered Learning: Students will learn to use tech to solve problems.
These are connected through the idea of solving problems with technology
Student-Cantered Learning: Students can depict their knowledge through many sources of technology.
Professional Learning: With technology, create opportunities that can meet diverse abilities and learning levels of students.
These are connected because both stress the importance of the use of technology to meet individual student needs.
Student-Cantered Learning: Students will access and evaluate information.
ICT Program of Studies
Foundational Operations, Knowledge and Concepts: Students will show what it means to use technology morally and ethically.
These are connected because both stress the importance of students understanding the importance of safe and ethical technology use.
Students will use tech in order to communicate with others.
These are connected through the use of technology to interact.
Communicating, Inquiring, Decision Making and Problem Solving: Students will use technology to aid in problem solving.
Students will use a variety of technology.
These are connected through the importance of students using many different sources of technology.
Communicating, Inquring, Decision Making and Problem Solving: Students will practice accessing and using information from a broad range of technology.
These share the commonality of technologies role in accessing information for student learning.