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WI ITL Standards Final Adopted November 2017. Introducing the 2016 ISTE Standards for Students. Invigorate Teachers with the ISTE Standards for Educators. Stretch your edtech practice with the ISTE Standards for Educators. Standards for Coaches. Stretch your edtech practice with the ISTE Standards for Educators. ISTE Standards for Coaches into Practice. Login. Computational Thinking. Educators continually improve their practice by developing an understanding of computational thinking and its application as a cross-curricular skill.

Computational Thinking

Educators develop a working knowledge of core components of computational thinking: such as decomposition; gathering and analyzing data; abstraction; algorithm design; and how computing impacts people and society. Educators: Decomposition: Breaking down a problem or system into smaller, more manageable components. Gathering and analyzing data: Including collecting, storing and representing information in a way that can be understood by a computer to help us find and recognize patterns, make predictions and communicate important ideas. Abstraction: As a process, reducing complexity by focusing on the main idea in a way that allows one to focus on the problem at hand; as a product, a new representation of a thing, a system or a problem that reframes a problem by hiding details irrelevant to the question at hand. Librarians. Iste standards e frl crosswalk.

Standards For Students. 2b Students engage in positive, safe, legal and ethical behavior when using technology, including social interactions online or when using networked devices.

Standards For Students

Positive behaviors Interactions that convey a portrait of the way you want to be perceived and healthy interactions with technology itself, for example, moderating the time online or gaming, ergonomic issues and balancing use of media with daily physical activity. Safe behaviors Interactions that keep you out of harm’s way, for example, knowing the identity of who you are interacting with; how much and what kind information you release online; protecting oneself from scams, phishing schemes and poor purchasing practices (e-commerce theft). Legal behaviors Interactions that are mindful of the law, for example, abiding by copyright and fair use, respecting network protections by not hacking them and not using another’s identity.

2017-18 Information Communication Technology (ICT) Skills Scope and Sequence - Google Sheets. The ISTE Standards for Students Music Video. The ISTE Standards for Students Music Video. Talking Tech: The New 2016 ISTE Standards for Students: Innovative Designer. In this blog post, I discuss and provide tools and ideas for classroom implementation of the fourth 2016 ISTE Standard for Students, “Innovative Designer”.

Talking Tech: The New 2016 ISTE Standards for Students: Innovative Designer

If you would like to read the blog posts for the first three standards, you can find them are: For more background information about the new standards, read my blog post “Talking Tech: The New 2016 ISTE Standards for Students (1 of 8)”. ISTE and its contributors have been publishing excellent documents that explain and support educators in the adoption and practice of these standards. Here are a few of them: I recommend following ISTE on Twitter. Students use a variety of technologies within a design process to identify and solve problems by creating new, useful or imaginative solutions. (The stereotypical design thinking process includes the above five steps) What is Design Thinking? It is important that educators, at any given school, work together to adopt a common process. Videos- What is Design Thinking? ISTE Standards - ISTE Community. This is exactly the work we are attempting to accomplish in the Technology Coordinators' Forum.

ISTE Standards - ISTE Community

Some of us met online last week to discuss what we are planning regarding prerequisite foundational skills and their connections to common core. Please join us for our next conversation. You can find the details in the Technology Coordinators' Community. If you are not a member, here is the link to join. ------------------------------Vincy MurgilloTechnology Integration CoachMonroe 2 - Orleans BOCES/Brockport NY------------------------------ Original Message:Sent: 03-07-2017 11:36From: Sarah StoecklSubject: ISTE Student Standard 4 Restating to encourage folks to jump in: The request is for an evaluation or assessment tool that gauges where students are in their foundational tech knowledge and abilities, ideally appropriate for grades 9-12. Standards For Educators.

2b Advocate for equitable access to educational technology, digital content and learning opportunities to meet the diverse needs of all students.

Standards For Educators

Equitable access: When all students have access to technology needed for learning and to culturally relevant curriculum and resources regardless of race, ethnicity, socio-economic status, gender identity, sexuality, ability, primary language or any other factor that might hinder or unfairly advantage one student over another. Educational technology: Devices, apps, webs resources, internet access, technology support and other digital tools used to deepen learning.

Digital content: Digital content may include open educational resources (OERs); digital media and podcasts; digital curriculum, including culturally relevant curriculum; news and other websites; and digitized original or historical resources such as newspapers, virtual field trips or virtual reality (VR) software and devices. Standards For Students. New ISTE Standards for Educators Highlight Librarians’ Role. Educators should continually participate in professional learning, advocate for equitable access to technology, and model positive and ethical use of technology, according to the Empowered Professional qualities named in the International Society for Technology in Education’s (ISTE) newly revised and updated Standards for Educators.

New ISTE Standards for Educators Highlight Librarians’ Role

ISTE CEO Richard Culatta introduced the standards during the opening keynote session at the ISTE 2017 conference in San Antonio in June. Organized into the two categories—Empowered Professional and Learning Catalyst—the newly updated standards shift from the previous Standards for Teachers, which emphasized supporting student learning with technology, to focusing on the roles of educators in “using technology to empower learners.”

As Learning Catalysts, educators should be collaborators, designers, facilitators, and analysts, according to the standards. In these roles, they are expected to collaborate with other educators as well as students. 2017 Scope and Sequence - Google Sheets. Tech Scope and Sequence. 21things4kids - Tech Scope & Sequence Activities (15 Domains) Talking Tech: The New 2016 ISTE Standards for Students: Knowledge Constructor. In this blog post, I discuss and provide tools and ideas for classroom implementation of the third 2016 ISTE Standard for Students, “Knowledge Constructor”.

Talking Tech: The New 2016 ISTE Standards for Students: Knowledge Constructor

If you would like to read the blog posts for the first and second standards, here they are: For more background information about the new standards, read my blog post “Talking Tech: The New 2016 ISTE Standards for Students (1 of 8)”. ***Please be aware that I do not pretend to be an expert on the new ISTE Standards. This blog post series was initiated as a “project” for me to learn and understand these standards, so that I can provide better instruction to my students.

If you have any comments, questions, corrections or suggestions, please do not hesitate to share them in the comment section. ISTE and its contributors have been publishing excellent documents that explain and support educators in the adoption and practice of these standards. I recommend following ISTE on Twitter. Asking Questions Searching Standard 3b. Talking Tech: The New 2016 ISTE Standards for Students: Empowered Learner. Talking Tech: The New 2016 ISTE Standards for Students: Digital Citizen. In this blog post, I discuss and provide tools and ideas for classroom implementation of the second standard for students, “Digital Citizen”.

Talking Tech: The New 2016 ISTE Standards for Students: Digital Citizen

If you would like to read the blog post for the first standard (Empowered Learner), click here. For more background information about the new standards, read my blog post “Talking Tech: The New 2016 ISTE Standards for Students (1 of 8)”. ***Please be aware that I do not pretend to be an expert on the new ISTE Standards. This blog post series was initiated as a “project” for me to learn and understand these standards, so that I can provide better instruction to my students. If you have any comments, questions, corrections or suggestions, please do not hesitate to share them in the comment section. If you would like to read some of the documentation created by ISTE to explain and support educators in the adoption and practice of these new standards, here and here you will be able to find useful information. NEW ISTE Standards for Students. The ISTE conference is a yearly event where educators explore and share the latest and most effective uses of educational technology.

NEW ISTE Standards for Students

Particular excitement was generated this year as ISTE (International Society of Technology in Education) released new Technology Standards for Students at this year’s conference in Denver. These standards will surely prove valuable to schools because they incorporate many essential skills based themes for transforming learning environments with the support of technology. National Educational Technology Standards for Students 2016 Empowered Learner Digital Citizen Knowledge Constructor Innovative Designer Computational Thinker Creative Communicator Global Collaborator.

Resource library. English Language Arts (ELA) UDL, Common Core, ISTE Standards, and Apps that Support LiteracyTracey Antista Grade level(s): K-5th This resource contains Universal Design for Learning (UDL) guideline and the CCSS, ISTE Standards, and Apps that provide support.

Resource library

The resource also gives a brief description about each app and how it connects to UDL. Subject(s): ELA/Literacy/general Global Synergy and the 4 "C'sCheri Hudson & Jessica Esposito Grade level(s): 2nd; 6th This project will encompass Project Based Learning on a local to global scale with the end result being global synergy through collaboration, creativity, critical thinking, and communication. Second grade students will collaborate with 6th grade students to complete research and compose letters to various destinations around the world. Digital Discussions on Current EventsHeidi Weber Grade level(s): 3-4th Understanding our world is a critical skill. Iste standards students 2016 research validity report final. NEW ISTE Standards for Students.