by Kristie Burk
The International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) recently released the first draft of the 2016 ISTE Standards for Students for public comment! ISTE has created a packet that educators can use to gather feedback directly from students. Interested? Contact the refresh project manager for the info: Sarah Stoeckl, firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you don’t have time to involve your students, ISTE still wants to hear from teachers! First, look at the draft of the ISTE Standards for Students here. Then, you can fill out this brief survey to give your feedback.
Finally, if you have time, you can let ISTE know what resources you’ll need to understand and implement the standards by filling out this survey.
These standards are used around the world; here in Downingtown, we use the ISTE standards to help develop our educational technology plan. Make your voice heard!