CLASSROOM TECHNOLOGY STANDARDS

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CLASSROOM TECHNOLOGY STANDARDS by Mind Map: CLASSROOM TECHNOLOGY STANDARDS

1. ISTE STANDARDS FOR TEACHERS

1.1. PROFESSIONAL GROWTH AND LEADERSHIP: Show leadership by promoting and demonstrating the proper use of digital tools and resources. Teachers must continue to improve skills and model lifelong learning.

1.2. STUDENT LEARNING AND CREATIVITY: Teachers use their subject knowledge and technology to advance student learning

1.3. DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP: Advocate and model safe and ethical use of digital technology.

1.4. DIGITAL AGE WORK: Teachers demonstrate knowledge, skills, and work processes that are becoming of a professional in a digital society

1.5. DIGITAL AGE LEARNING: Make use of technology to design and develop authentic learning experiences and assessments

2. ISTE STANDARDS FOR STUDENTS

2.1. EMPOWERED LEARNER: Students use technology to achieve and demonstrate competency in their learning.

2.2. DIGITAL CITIZEN: Recognize the rights and responsibilities of learning and engaging in the digital age.

2.3. KNOWLEDGE CONSTRUCTOR: Students build up their knowledge by using various digital tools.

2.4. CREATIVE COMMUNICATOR: Students are expected to communicate effectively by using a variety of technologies and digital media to achieve their learning objectives.

2.5. GLOBAL COLLABORATOR: Students use an array of digital tools to broaden their horizons and to collaborate with people around the world.

3. LEARNING & TECHNOLOGY POLICY FRAMEWORK

3.1. STUDENT CENTRED LEARNING: Technology is used to support personalized learning for each student across various subjects. It also instills within each student the principles of digital citizenship.

3.2. RESEARCH AND INNOVATION: All school staff play a role in advancing the level of technological education in their school, through the research and implementation of evidence based practices

3.3. PROFESSIONAL LEARNING: Teachers need to develop knowledge and skills that enable them to effectively use technology to support students.

3.4. LEADERSHIP: Educators at all levels play a role in implementing technology to support learning and innovation.

3.5. ACCESS, INFRASTRUCTURE & DIGITAL LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS: All school staff must have access to a wide array of devices and technology supports in order to deliver proper and meaningful instruction to students

4. ICT PROGRAM OF STUDIES

4.1. DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP: It is necessary for students to have a strong foundation in technology, in order to appreciate the moral and ethical implications of living in a digital world.

4.2. CREATIVE COMMUNICATOR: Effective communication is about using a variety of technologies and processes to disseminate information and find creative solutions.

4.3. DIGITAL AGE LEARNING: Students will develop the knowledge and skills required to productively utilize a variety of technologies.

4.4. ACCESS, INFRASTRUCTURE AND DIGITAL LEARNING: Technology is an important aspect in ensuring that all students have the appropriate processes, tools and techniques for success in education