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A brief description of the National Educational Technology Standards.

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  • National EducationalTechnology Standards By: Stephanie Byrne
  • NETS Welcome to the 21st century
  • NETSS NETSA
  • NETSS• For students• Evaluate skills and knowledge needed to live productively in global and digital world• Use technology to analyze, learn, and explore
  • 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
  • NETSA• For administrators• Evaluate skills and knowledge needed to support digital age learning, implement technology, and transform instructional landscape• Implement reform in schools
  • NETSC• For coaches• Skills and knowledge needed to support peers in becoming digital educators• Facilitate teachers in engaging students with technology
  • NETSCSE• For computer science educators• Skills and knowledge needed to reach, inspire, and teach students in computing• Create and design technology
  • Works Cited• "NETS." International Society for Technology in Education. ISTE, 2012. Web. 28 Sep 2012.
  • 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
  • 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
  • Origination• Created by International Society for Technology in Education• Being adapted for use around the world• First drafted in 1998 and revised repeatedly