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Implementing and assessing student achievement of the nets s Implementing and assessing student achievement of the nets s Presentation Transcript

  • Implementing and Assessing Student Achievement of the NETS-S: A Georgia Statewide Project
  • Georgia Statewide 21st Century Skills Assessment Rationale
    Federal mandate:
    The portion of the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act known as 'Enhancing Education Through Technology Act of 2001' (E2T2) has a goal: To assist every student in crossing the digital divide by ensuring that every student is technologically literate by the time the student finishes the eighth grade, regardless of the student's race, ethnicity, gender, family income, geographic location, or disability.
    Report annually to US ED
    Number of Georgia 8th grade students
    Number of Georgia 8th grade students technology literate
    Number of Georgia 8th grade student not technology literate
  • Georgia Statewide 21st Century Skills Assessment Rationale
    Title II, Part D program accountability and evaluation: approximately $50,000,000.00 over the past three years
    FY2008…..$8,253,341 Teachers, Teamwork, and Technology: T3
    FY2009…..$8,249,574 Digital Resources-mathematics grades 6-9
    FY2010…..$8,973,280 Engaging AP Students Through Mobile Handheld Computing
    ARRA…..$22,044,403 21st Century STEM Labs, eTextbooks, Blended Learning Opportunities, Increasing Student Achievement
  • Georgia Statewide 21st Century Skills Assessment Rationale
    Prepare Georgia for the administration of the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) 2014 Technology and Engineering Literacy Assessment
    Accurate accounting of how well Georgia’s students are performing now
    Use results to determine, curriculum, instruction, integration, and implementation support needs
  • Georgia Statewide 21st Century Skills Assessment Rationale
    Improved reporting
    Current Georgia Technology Literacy Assessment methods are self-selected and self-reported by LEAs and/or schools
    Coursework
    Vendor products
    OAS
    Other
    Statewide common assessment method will provide quality information
    performance-based
    criterion-referenced
    psychometrically validated
  • The following slides reflect current 8th grade technology literacy reporting practice that illustrates the need to move to a statewide common assessment of student 21st century skills.
  • The following slides are sample reports provided by the proposed
    21st Century Skills Assessment.
  • 21st Century Skills Assessment Sample Report
    11
  • 21st Century Skills Assessment Sample Report
    12
  • 21st Century Skills Assessment Sample Report
    13
  • 21st Century Skills Assessment Sample Report
    14
  • 21st Century Skills Assessment Sample Report
    15
  • School Improvement: Return OnInvestment (ROI) of EdTech Funds
    $146.00
    $192.00
    $192.00
    $192.00
    $657.00
    $3.43
    $146.00
  • Contact Information
    Kathy Platt
    Associate Superintendent for Instructional Technology
    1966 Twin Towers East205 Jesse Hill Jr. Drive SEAtlanta, GA 30334kplatt@doe.k12.ga.us
    Ryan Berens, rberens@doe.k12.ga.us
    11/4/2010
    Brad Bryant, State Superintendent of Schools
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