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  1. EdTech 101: No Teacher-Librarian Left Behind Washington’s Standards for Educational Technology Dennis Small Director, Educational Technology, OSPI http://www.flickr.com/photos/collinmel/2590119996/

  2. Standards for Educational Technologyhttp://www.k12.wa.us/edtech/standards/ EALR 1. Integration Students use technology within all content areas to collaborate, communicate, generate innovative ideas, investigate and solve problems.

  3. C o l l a b o Integration a t e stig a t e Inv n n o v a t e

  4. What is important to modelfor K-5 students? How do you transition 6 – 12 students to independence?

  5. Grade Level Expectations (GLE) and Evidences of Learning denote targets for students. Examples illustrate two levels of learning.

  6. EALR 2: Digital Citizenship http://www.flickr.com/photos/peacepalacelibrary/3073697191/ • Practice Safety • Operate Systems • Select and Use Applications • Adapt to Change

  7. Information Literacy Crosswalk Demonstrates how Washington State Educational Technology Standards connect to… Big6 Super3 ISTE NETS AASL Information Literacy Standards

  8. A Component of the Washington State Assessment System Assessing Educational Technology Front Matter Grades 6-12 Assessments Classroom-Based

  9. Assessment of subject matter and educational technology is simultaneous. The assessments offer teachers the opportunity to build technology integration skills.

  10. The assessments are aligned deeply to subject matter and educational technology standards.

  11. A Component of the Washington State Assessment System Assessing Educational Technology Scoring Grades 6-12 Classroom-Based Assessments

  12. 1.3.2  Locate and organize information from a variety of sources and media. • Select appropriate search engines or directories. • Use basic functions of search engines and databases. • Catalog and organize resources. Use the total points to determine the level of performance represented by the work.

  13. A Component of the Washington State Assessment System Assessing Educational Technology Supplemental Material Grades K-5 Classroom-Based Assessments

  14. Use the task and scoring tools as written. The Sample Unit Plan provides guidelines for: • Session Goals • Educational Technology & Subject Standards • Estimated Time • Materials for Educational Technology

  15. The Background summarizes the Session. There is additional guidance on preparation to teach the Session. Learning Plans model the components of a “5E Cycle” — engage, explore, explain, evaluate, extend — and contain sample activities and formative assessment strategies.

  16. Choose tools that match your classroom equipment, access, and student needs. Coordinate with IT staff to make sure the tools you want to use are not blocked by the district Internet filter.

  17. Video resources can provide background information and instruction for staff or students. Additional Lesson Plans are available for pre-teaching, re-teaching, or extending concepts. We include information on federal policy. Districts often have additional policies that cover Internet use.

  18. A Component of the Washington State Assessment System Assessing Educational Technology Additional Options Grades K-5 Classroom-Based Assessments

  19. Cooking Up a Mystery (6 – 8): Use evidence from the lab and the Internet to identify a criminal suspect in a cooking contest and make safety improvements. http://www.flickr.com/photos/movetheclouds/148893379/

  20. Speak Up! Be an advocate for community or global change. (Grades 6 – 12) http://www.flickr.com/photos/davo39/3982526653/

  21. Bubble Gum Jingle (6 – 8) Melody of Your Dreams (9 – 12) http://www.flickr.com/photos/pollyann/3214264293/

  22. Dennis Small, Dennis.Small@k12.wa.us (360) 725-6384 Visit Us http://www.k12.wa.us/EdTech/

  23. Credits • Loupe Macro SNVoiceby Collin Mel • Beakers by Alex • Megaphone by David Roessli • Sheet Music by M Kasahara • Creative Commons-licensed content for noncommercial use requiring attribution and share alike distribution