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  1. 1. National EducationalTechnology Standards By: Stephanie Byrne
  2. 2. NETS Welcome to the 21st century
  3. 3. NETSS NETSA
  4. 4. NETSS• For students• Evaluate skills and knowledge needed to live productively in global and digital world• Use technology to analyze, learn, and explore
  5. 5. NETST• For teachers• Evaluate the skills and knowledge to teach, work, and learn in connected global and digital society• Teachers as co-learners in digital age
  6. 6. NETSA• For administrators• Evaluate skills and knowledge needed to support digital age learning, implement technology, and transform instructional landscape• Implement reform in schools
  7. 7. NETSC• For coaches• Skills and knowledge needed to support peers in becoming digital educators• Facilitate teachers in engaging students with technology
  8. 8. NETSCSE• For computer science educators• Skills and knowledge needed to reach, inspire, and teach students in computing• Create and design technology
  9. 9. Works Cited• "NETS." International Society for Technology in Education. ISTE, 2012. Web. 28 Sep 2012.
  10. 10. NETS• National Educational Technology Standards• For learning, teaching, and leading in the digital age• Five categories work together to transform education: students, teachers, administrators, coaches, and computer science educators
  11. 11. Goals• Improve higher order thinking skills• Prepare students for global job market• Design student-centered, project-based, online learning environments• Guide systematic change in schools to create digital learning place• Inspire digital age professional models for working, collaborating, and decision making
  12. 12. Origination• Created by International Society for Technology in Education• Being adapted for use around the world• First drafted in 1998 and revised repeatedly

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