Chapter 12 Technology, Teaching, and You Teaching and Learning With Technology, 3e Educational Technology Literacy Teachers must be able to apply the technologies they know to enrich their teaching and to enhance their students learning. As of this printing date, 34 states have either
adopted, adapted or aligned with National Educational Technology Standards for Teachers Professional Educational Technology Requirements State Certification and Licensure Technology Requirements http://www.uky.edu/Education/TEP/usacert.html National Certification and Educational
Technology http://www.nbpts.org Technology Standards ISTE National Educational Technology Standards NETS-T for teachers NETS-S for students NETS-A for school administrators NETS and Strategic Technology Planning
NCLB technology literacy by end of 8th grade NETS provide technological benchmarks NETS may become teacher requirements Teacher Professional Preparation for Education Students NCATE requires courses or experience in the use of technology for instruction, assessment and professional productivity Some schools require an educational technology course providing practice in
integrating technology into unit and lesson planning (like Crowder) Teacher Professional Preparation for InService Teachers Educational technology standards included into annual evaluations In-service teacher training includes; For credit college classes District workshops Ongoing professional development through the state, districts and state education associations
Online training Example: http://www.apple.com/education/apd Technology Training for Other Educators Media Specialists Professional journals Online newsletters Credit courses and workshops Administrators Credit courses and leadership workshops
Professional development conferences Other Educational Professionals Online, credit courses, workshops, professional organizations and conferences Maintaining and Expanding Your Technology Literacy Educational technology literacy is a core component and expectation of all educational professionals
Educators must have the initiative and energy to be lifelong learners Technology helps educators achieve their professional goals and assists them in helping students achieve their goals NETS-T These can be found on the inside front cover of the textbook. NETS-T include: Technology operations and concepts
Planning and designing learning environments and experiences Teaching, learning, and the curriculum Assessment and evaluation Productivity and professional practice Social, ethical, legal, and human issues NETS-S These can be found on the inside front cover of the textbook. NETS-S include:
Basic operations and concepts Social, ethical, and human issues Technology productivity tools Technology communications tools Technology research tools Technology problem-solving and decision-making tools ISTE and NETS For more in-depth information about The International Society for Technology in Education and the National Education
Technology Standards, visit the website below: http://www.iste.org/ Read an article from the National Association of State Boards of Education at: http://www.iste.org/AM/Template.cfm? Section=NETS&TEMPLATE=/CM/ContentDispla y.cfm&CONTENTID=4963
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