Implementing ISTE Standards for Students

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Following are ideas for incorporating technology tools for implementing ISTE Standards for Students.

Creativity and Innovation

Communication and Collaboration

Research and Information Fluency: 

  • Communication: Students use Flipgrid (video) or Vocaroo (audio) to record reflections throughout the research process
  • Collaboration: Students collaboratively annotate documents and /or create a collaborative resource list using  diigo, Ref Me, or Noodle Tools. Students use a collaborative mind mapping tool such as Lucid Chart to organize questions or found information.
  • Publishing: Students publish evaluated and annotated resources to a public curation site such as: Scoop ItPearltrees or Pinterest.

Critical Thinking, Problem Solving and Decision Making:

  • Communication: Students present arguments for possible favored solutions to a challenge or problem via  Voicethread or Flipgrid.
  • Collaboration: Students use a collaborative mind mapping tool such as Lucidchart or shared action list using Trello to manage and organize processes.
  • Publishing: Students publish research results using infographic creation tools such as: Easely, Pictochart or Canva.

Digital Citizenship:

  • Communication: After sharing a questioned digital citizenship incident or situation, students participate in a discussion via  Todays Meet regarding thoughts, reactions and possible solutions.
  • Collaboration: Students use a digital storytelling tool such as Go Animate for Schools to collaboratively demonstrate a possible solution to a shared digital citizenship issue.
  • Publishing: Students locate, upload and cite free use media resources in blog posts or video creations. 

Technology Operations and Concepts:

  • Communication: Students review possible technological tools and share thoughts on ease of use, possibilities for use and recommendations.
  • Collaboration: Students work together to figure out how to use a new tool.
  • Publishing: Students create and publish screencast or video tutorials, using Explain Everything or Screencastify, or Powtoons showing others how to use a particular tool or to explain concepts such as “cloud computing” or “URL protocol”.

International Society for Technology Education, 2007.  ISTE Standards for Students. Retrieved from http://www.iste.org/standards/ISTE-standards/standards-for-students

Schiano, D. Always Interested Library and Info Center Retrieved from  www.alwasyinterested.nett/free-use-media.html

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