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SD Educational Technology Standards Discussion. Hill City Technology Conference Debbie O’Doan, ESA 7/TIE. Overview. Format of Standards 5 Strands Guiding Concepts Examples Examine standards by grade level. Format.

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sd educational technology standards discussion

SD Educational Technology Standards Discussion

Hill City Technology Conference

Debbie O’Doan, ESA 7/TIE

overview
Overview
  • Format of Standards
  • 5 Strands
  • Guiding Concepts
  • Examples
  • Examine standards by grade level
format
Format

“A set of standards is simply a place to begin– it lays the foundation for measurable, consistent, high-level student learning… Adjustments will need to made for those who exceed the standards and for those who cannot easily meet them.” (p. 10)

  • SD DOE K-12 Educational Technology Standards
format1
Format

Please find pg. 16 in your folder

5 strands
5 Strands
  • Nature & Concepts of Technology (NC)
  • Social Interactions (SI)
  • Information & Communication Tools (CT)
  • Information & Communication Processes (CT)
  • Information Literacy & Decision Making (IF)
what s the big idea
What’s the Big Idea?
  • Guiding Concepts- EQ
    • Supports every subject area
    • Opportunities that should be available to EVERY SD Student
    • Human Process
      • About what people DO rather than what devices they use
      • How students learn to communicate to the world rather than the operations of computers and networks
guiding concepts cont
Guiding Concepts cont.
  • Teachers should help students become technologically literate including:
    • Helping them use, manage, access, and understand technology
    • Especially for those who don’t have access at home (the 20% in SD)
    • Fits with New Blooms
discuss this on the blog
Discuss this on the Blog
  • Does this mean you as a teacher need to be technologically literate?
  • What does it mean to be tech literate?
  • Do you have to know everything about technology in order to teach it?
  • http://technologytraining.21classes.com
exercise
Exercise
  • Stand up if you know a student who owns:
  • A home computer
  • A cell phone
  • An iPod
  • Did an adult teach them to use it?
guiding concepts cont1
Guiding Concepts cont.
  • Technologists are essentially problem solvers
  • As with all standards, we need to make the application of technology relevant to everyday life
technology is
Technology is:
  • An active process
  • Closely linked to creativity and innovation
  • Constantly changing and emerging
discuss with a partner
Discuss with a Partner
  • What does Effective Technology Integration look like?
integration ideas
Integration Ideas
  • TIE Tech Course Website
  • Powersources
  • Google Docs
  • Wikispaces
  • Blogs
  • Global Awareness- Connecting Classrooms
  • Edutopia
why technology
Why technology?
  • Technology Standards apply to everyone
  • 21st Century Skills
  • We are going to have to keep our “customers”
a challenge for you
A Challenge for You
  • What does Effective Technology Integration look like?
  • How can you use these standards in the content you already teach?
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