Technology Standards For Education

This map contains 4 technology standards for education. Each standard has at least 5 descriptor points. From there, the red lines bring the standards together and identify connections between the standards. (red boxes) Although there are only 7 red boxes, 10 connections have been made, some utilizing the same connections.

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Technology Standards For Education by Mind Map: Technology Standards For Education

1. ISTE Standards for Teachers 2008

2. Learning and Technology Policy Framework

3. ICT Program of Studies

4. ISTE Standards for Students 2016

5. Communicating, Inquiring, Decision Making and Problem Solving

6. Foundational Operations, Knowledge and Concepts

7. Processes for Productivity

8. Knowledge Constructor

9. Empowered Learner

10. Digital Citizen

11. Innovative Designer

12. Computational Thinker

13. Creative Communicator

14. Global Collaborator

15. Facilitate and Inspire Student Learning and Creativity

16. Design and Develop Digital Age Learning Experiences and Assessments

17. Model Digital Age Work and Learning

18. Promote and Model Digital Citizenship and Responsibility

19. Engage in Professional Growth and Leadership

20. Infrastructure

21. Leadership

22. Professional Learning

23. Research and Innovation

24. Student-Centered Learning

25. Students are expected to use technology effectively to locate and collect information for their use.

26. Students are expected to use technology as a collaborator or co-partner in their study.

27. Students are expected to use technology to further personal knowledge.

28. The "communicating, inquiring, decision making and problem solving" concept of the ICT program of study is connected to the "knowledge constructor" concept of the ISTE for students in 2 ways in that students are expected to use technology effectvely to further their education.

29. The "facilitate and inspire student learning and creativity" concept of the ISTE for teachers is connected to the "student-centered learning" concept of the LTPF in that student learning is at its centre and the focus on ways that technology can be utlized to advance student learning.

30. Teachers are expected to to understand and demonstrate the use of technology in legal and ethical ways.

31. Students are expected to recognize the advantages of living in a digital world but must use technology in safe and ethical ways.

32. The "digital citizen" concept of the ISTE for students is connected to the "promote and model digital citizenship and responsibility" concept of the ISTE for teacher sin that both students and teachers are expected to utilize technology in ways that are safe and ethical.

33. Educators are expected to continue to grow their knowledge of technology to meet the needs and interest of all students.

34. Teachers are expected to participate in learning communities in order to explore creative application of technology to improve learning.

35. Technology should be used in ways that are personalized, focused on student learning and meeting diverse needs of students.

36. The "engage in professional growth and leadership" concept of the ISTE for teachers is connected to the "professional learning" concept of the LTPF in 2 ways in that teachers are expected to continue their growth of technology knowledge and participate in learning communities to improve this knowledge in order to meet the diverse needs of student learning.

37. Students are expected to use technology to utilize the resources to understand and solve problems.

38. A degree of knowledge and skill is required in order to use productivity tools and techniques of technology effectively.

39. The "computational thinker" concept of the ISTE for students is connected to the "process for productivity" concept of the ICT program of study in that they aim to encourage students to use technology in processes for a productive and strategic application of problem solving.

40. Teachers are expected to have knowledge and skills that showcase an innovative profession of technology.

41. We are expected to stay up to date with technology as it changes and grows.

42. Technology must be researched and as it grows this research can be used for learning and teaching.

43. The "model digital age work and learning" concept of the ISTE for teachers is connected to the "research and innovation" concept of the LTPF in 2 ways in that teachers are expected to showcase innovated technology and in order to do so must be up to date with all of its changes and be open to continued research of its uses.

44. Must understand the affect of technology and its uses, ethically, morally and technology as a form of mass media.

45. Teachers, leaders and administrators are prepared to use technology innovatively and effectively for learning.

46. The "professional learning" concept of the LTPF is connected to the "foundational operations, knowledge and concepts" of the ICT program of studies in that teachers must understand the affect of technology and how to utilize it innovatvley for learning and in ethical ways.