Technology Standards for Education (ISTE Standards for Students (Digital…
Technology Standards for Education
ISTE Standards for Teachers
Digital Citizenship and Responsibility – promote and guide the legal and ethical use of digital information and technology.
Student Learning and Creativity - promote, support, and model creative and innovative thinking.
Digital Age Learning Experiences and Assessments- plan, design, and apply related digital tools and resources to promote learning and creativity.
Digital Age Work and Learning - update current knowledge and skills to match the rest of the professional world.
ISTE Standards for Students
Digital Citizen - recognize the rights and responsibilities of digital world, and learn to exercise the safe, legal and ethical use of available digital resources.
Knowledge Constructor – understands the principles of digital tools and learn to build knowledge and its sharing with others.
Computational Thinker - develops and employs strategies for understanding and solving problems in ways that leverage the power of technological methods to develop and test solutions
Innovative Designer - invents new options by using different technological applications in identifying and problem solving.
Global Collaborator - works with digital tools to expand beyond their normal range and learn to collaborate with others locally and internationally.
Learning and Technology Policy Framework
Student-Centred Learning - lays out activities based on individual student interest and natural curiosity.
Research and Innovation – continuous pattern of reviewing the current practices and making changes by applying fact based new results to enrich the education system.
Professional Learning - develops, maintains and applies knowledge, skills and attributes that enable them to use technology effectively, efficiently and innovatively in support of learning and teaching.
Leadership – creates policy and organization structure to cultivate and support the space for student-centred learning.
ICT Program of Studies
Digital Citizenship - (F3) Students will demonstrate a moral and ethical approach to the use of technology.
Collaboration – (C5) Students will use technology to aid collaboration during inquiry.
Communicating, inquiring, decision making and problem solving – learn the steps to assess reliability of information, problem solving, and sharing with diverse people. Connecting learning to real life challenges.
Processes for productivity – variety of basic productivity tools and techniques
Foundational operations, knowledge and concepts – understanding the principles and utility of technology, safe and ethical use.