Educational Technology Standards

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Educational Technology Standards by Mind Map: Educational Technology Standards

1. ISTE Standards for Teachers

1.1. student learning

1.1.1. use technology as well as other knowledge to encourage student individuality and learning

1.2. digital age learning

1.2.1. incorporating technology into lessons to maximize the learning of the concept

1.3. digital citizenship

1.3.1. to provide a positive example of how to be a good digital citizen and promote students to do the same

1.4. digital age work

1.4.1. teachers must have the skills needed to use different forms of technology

1.5. professional growth

1.5.1. continuous improvement and learning of new tools to be a lifelong learner

2. ISTE Standards for Students

2.1. empowered learner

2.1.1. encourages students to take control of their learning in regards to technological access

2.2. digital citizen

2.2.1. understand how to appropriately behave online and how to ensure their own safety in the digital world

2.3. knowledge constructor

2.3.1. use technology to assist in understanding of concepts or ideas and to assist in creating ways to learn

2.4. innovative designer

2.4.1. use technology to come to new conclusions and solve problems they are faced with

2.5. computational thinker

2.5.1. use technology to comprehend and understand concepts and formulate solutions

2.6. creative communicator

2.6.1. expressing themselves in a technological way best suited for them

2.7. global collaborator

2.7.1. using digital tools to collaborate and learn about the global world as opposed to being confined to local studies


3.1. student centered learning

3.1.1. intended to allow students the access and option to learn in the ways best suited to them and their interests

3.2. research and innovation

3.2.1. promotes up to date technological tools, as well as using such technology to access information

3.3. professional learning

3.3.1. continued learning of new tools and information in the workplace/classroom to better your ability to communicate effectively with students

3.4. leadership

3.4.1. building an implementing a system that supports student entered learning and innovation

3.5. access, infrastructure, and digital learning environments

3.5.1. having access and availability of such technologies to assist in learning and teaching of material

4. ICT Program of Studies

4.1. outcome organization

4.1.1. communicating, inquiring, decision making, and problem solving students ability to use technology to assist in learning, researching,and collaboration, as well as the ability to think critically about the information they find

4.1.2. foundational operations, knowledge, and concepts students ability to know how to use a variety of technologies, as well as knowledge of safety in the digital world

4.1.3. processes for productivity students must understand how to communicate information technologically in an effective manner

4.2. the curriculum is in place to assist in implementing technology into lessons

4.2.1. not intended to stand alone, but instead should be integrated into lessons and teachings in a way eat suited to effectively commuciate the required outcome

4.3. technology as "a way of doing things"

4.3.1. an understanding that it is not the "end all be all" but simply another method of communicating information to others