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Units of Study for TAHOE Plus. Our Task. Our task is to provide an education for the kinds of kids we have, not the kinds of kids we used to have, or want to have, or the kids of our dreams. -K.P. Gerlach ISTE Publications, Resources for Student Assessment.

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our task
Our Task
  • Our task is to provide an education for the kinds of kids we have, not the kinds of kids we used to have, or want to have, or the kids of our dreams.
  • -K.P. Gerlach
  • ISTE Publications, Resources for Student Assessment
kentucky legislated requirements
Kentucky Legislated Requirements
  • Kentucky Education Reform Act of 1990
  • Kentucky Revised Statute (KRS) 158.645 and KRS 158.6451
  • Basis for instructional programs in Kentucky public schools
  • Academic Goals and Expectations
  • Administrative Regulations Required by KRS 156:160, KRS 158:6451 and 704 KAR 3:305
    • Courses of study for the different grades
    • Minimum requirements for high school graduation (Class of 2012)

*2006 Kentucky Program of Studies

program of studies
Program of Studies
  • Required Administrative Regulation is the Kentucky Program of Studies
  • Implemented by 704 KAR 3:304
    • Received Final Approval August 2006
    • Included Requirements for the minimum content standards for all students before graduating from Kentucky public high schools.
    • Specifies the content standards for the required credits for high school graduation and the primary, intermediate and middle level content standards leading up to these requirements.
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Program of Studies
  • Scope and Purpose is to ensure that Kentucky’s students are prepared for the 21st Century
  • Ensures that all students throughout Kentucky are provided with common content and opportunities
  • Provides local school districts with a basis for establishing and/or revising standards-based curricula and instruction
local responsibilities
Local Responsibilities
  • Instructional programs must:
  • Emphasize the development of students’ abilities to acquire, apply and integrate knowledge, skills, and understandings in real-life contexts and to problem-solve, make decisions, and think critically and creatively
  • Assist students in connecting learning to the world beyond the classroom by exploring and investigating real issues and problems of communities, states, the nation, and the world
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Local Responsibilities
  • Instructional programs must:
  • Recognize the diversity of students and how children learn, construct knowledge and acquire skills and concepts of the disciplines.
  • Schools and school districts are also responsible for coordinating curricula across grade levels and among schools within districts.
2006 program of studies mandates
2006 Program of Studies Mandates
  • *Our task is to provide an education for the kinds of kids we have, not the kinds of kids we used to have, or want to have, or the kids of our dreams.
  • -K.P. Gerlach
  • **Technology Competency
  • *ISTE Publications, Resources for Student Assessment
  • **US Dept of Ed, http://www.ed.gov, Animation by Forest Park High School, VA
catalysts for 2006 pos mandates
Catalysts for 2006 POS Mandates
  • Federal Education Policy and Assessment
  • Eighth-Grade Technology Literacy Requirement
    • No Child Left Behind Act of 2001
  • Primary Goal: To improve student academic achievement through the use of technology
  • Additional Goals: Ensure that every student is technology literate by the time he/she finishes the 8th grade
  • Encourage effective integration of technology resources and systems
connecting curriculum and technology
Connecting Curriculum and Technology
  • Collaboration Tool for Technology Integration Planning
  • Using the KY Technology Program of Studies, teachers will integrate technology skills into classroom lessons and activities in order for students to demonstrate technology competency
  • Tools for Implementation
pos technology mandates
POS Technology Mandates
  • Organized by Grade Spans
  • Primary
  • Intermediate
  • Middle
  • High
technology goals
Technology Goals
  • Organized Around 3 Big Ideas:
  • Information, Communication and Productivity
  • Safety and Ethical/Social Issues
  • Research, Inquiry/Problem-Solving and Innovation
look at the pos
Look at the POS
  • 2006 Program of Studies
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Program of Studies
  • Assessing the Technology Literacy of K-12 students
  • National/State Assessment
    • Certiport
    • SkillCheck
  • Technology Assessment in the Classroom
    • Benchmarks
      • Kentucky Technology Program of Studies
      • ISTE
other assessments
Other Assessments
  • ISTE/Microsoft Assessment
  • ISTE has collaborated with Microsoft in the development of the NETS Online Technology Assessment
other resources
Other Resources
  • Kentucky Curriculum Resources
    • KDE
    • KATE
    • KET-Encyclomedia
  • ISTE
  • Marco Polo
  • Intel
units of study
Units of Study
  • Technology Components
  • Assessments
    • Online Tools
    • Real-World “Authentic” Assessments