Inspiring students starts with
Teaching students to use technology
responsibly to communicate, solve
problems, and acquire lifelong
knowledge and skills means infusing
these practices into core subjects
such as math, science, reading
Make sure core subjects emphasize
technology literacy abilities such
as identifying and solving problems,
listening, and speaking and writing.
Create regular opportunities to
use technology to develop skills
that encourage personal productivity,
creativity, critical thinking and
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for teachers to help design and assess instruction
that engages students and improves
learning. For example:
- Encourage students
to do more work collaborating
- Require students to conduct
in-depth research and present
- Use student work
to illustrate proficiency.
opportunities for learners
to use descriptive feedback.
learners in assessing their
- Support learners
in monitoring their own progress
toward learning goals.
- Provide students
with multiple and varied assessments
aligned to technology literacy standards,
and use resulting
data to inform
learning and teaching.
students in exploring real-world
issues and solving
authentic problems using digital tools
- Collaborate with
students, peers, parents and
members using digital tools and resources.
To see how your colleagues are
using technology literacy in classrooms,
visit ISTEâ€™s From Paper
to Practice video
series or the implementation
wiki on standards