- You should answer all questions with substance and insight AND strongly connects to course concepts and resources.
- You must use correct conventions for grammar, spelling, and punctuation; avoids most slang AND cites all sources used to develop posts.
Responses should be substantive and apply module resources (citations required!). Saying “I agree” or “I like how…” doesn’t count. You are expected to answer each others’ questions, expand on or challenge each other’s assertions, and provide additional direction.
Consider the ISTE standards for students and your current (or most recent) classroom, or if you are an administrator consider the ISTE standards for both educators and students in your school setting. Use this week’s Readings & Resources and your own experiences to bring clarity to your explanations where possible. Please reflect on the following and compose several paragraphs:
- Discuss an example or two of how the ISTE standards overlap the state learning standards (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. for Early Learning, English Language Arts, English Language Learning, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Fine Arts, Foreign Language, Health/Physical Education, and Social & Emotional Learning; refer also to standards for Drivers Education (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site., Family & Consumer Science (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site., or those relevant to your professional practice.
2.Offer your educated perspective on how teachers can help students to achieve the ISTE Standards while also achieving the student learning standards and other educational missions (character education, etc.).