Technology Standards in Education (ISTE Standards for Students (2016)…
Technology Standards in Education
ISTE Standards for Students (2016)
Innovative Designer: A design process, along with a variety of technologies, is used to find imaginative solutions to problems.
Empowered Learner: Technology is used by students for choice, achievement, and demonstration of competency.
Digital Citizen: Students act an model safely, legally, and ethically in an interconnected digital world.
Creative Communicator: Students use appropriate platforms, tools and modes to communicate clearly.
Global Collaborator: Digital tools are used by students to collaborate locally an globally, aiming to broaden perspectives.
ISTE Standards for Teachers (2008)
Facilitate and Inspire Student Learning and Creativity: Technology, alongside teacher knowledge and pedagogical practices, is used to facilitate student learning and creativity.
Design and Develop Digital Age Learning: Teachers use contemporary technology to design and implement authentic learning experiences.
Model Digital Age Work and Learning: Digital age media formats are used by teachers as they model the work of an innovative professional.
Engage in Professional Growth and Leadership: Teachers model leadership and lifelong learning through their continual improvement.
Promote and Model Digital Citizenship and Responsibility: Teachers use, promote, and teach the legal and ethical use of digital information and technology.
Learning and Technology Policy Framework
Professional Learning: Teachers engage in professional growth opportunities, broadened through technology.
Leadership: Education leaders employ effective
and innovative uses of technology, for all schools.
Digital Learning Environments - Students, teachers,
and other education professionals have support for
and access to digital learning environments.
Student-Centered Learning: Personal, authentic, student-centered learning is facilitated using technology.
Research and Innovation: Teachers stay current with education technology research.
ICT Program of Studies
Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work, and society:
Students will develop a moral and ethical approach to the use of technology:
Students will use technology to aid collaboration during inquiry:
Students will communicate through multimedia:
Students will critically assess information accessed through the use of a variety of technologies: