ISTE-NETS & IB ICT Learner Profile, A marriage made in Digital Heaven

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A comparison and overview of the parallel standards and objectives of the the ISTE NETs and recently adopted ICT standard guidelines for the World IB learner Profile Educational Technology,

A comparison and overview of the parallel standards and objectives of the the ISTE NETs and recently adopted ICT standard guidelines for the World IB learner Profile Educational Technology,

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  • 1. A Marriage Made in Digital Heaven Global Education Conference 2011 By Sean Thomas Moroney, M.Ed.All Rights licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
  • 2. The need for Standards in ICT… •Pedagogical, what are we teaching •Methodological How are we teaching it •outcomes, what will students know or be able to do? •Instrumental: what are using to teach, apply it? •Alignment how do ensure these are aligned?
  • 3. Abrief history & overview ofISTE = International Society of Technology EducationNETS = National Educational Technology StandardsCirca 1996 NETS project initiated by ISTE’s Accreditation & ProfessionalStandards Committee.1998 The first NETS framework released2007 second of students NETS framework releasedNETS frameworks are continually updated based on communitypolling, feedback selectionNETS/T/A frameworks also released, updated consistently
  • 4. ICT standards principlesside by side… 1. Creativity and •Investigating Innovation •Creating 2. Communication and Collaboration •Communicating 3. Research and •Collaborating Information Fluency •Organizing 4. Critical Thinking, Problem Solving, and •Becoming responsible Decision Making digital citizens 5. Digital Citizenship
  • 5. Reflection moment: be it ISTE or IB how well do youthink your school is meeting these objectives inrelation to ICT use? Let’s discuss: Provide at least oneexample… 1. Creativity and •Investigating Innovation •Creating 2. Communication and Collaboration •Communicating 3. Research and •Collaborating Information Fluency •Organizing 4. Critical Thinking, Problem •Becoming responsible Solving, and Decision digital citizens Making 5. Digital Citizenship
  • 6. ICT standards principlesside by side… 1. Creativity and •Investigating Innovation •Creating 2. Communication and Collaboration •Communicating 3. Research and •Collaborating Information Fluency •Organizing 4. Critical Thinking, Problem Solving, and •Becoming responsible Decision Making digital citizens 5. Digital Citizenship
  • 7. ICT standards principlesside by side… 1. Creativity and •Investigating Innovation •Creating 2. Communication and Collaboration •Communicating 3. Research and •Collaborating Information Fluency •Organizing 4. Critical Thinking, Problem •Becoming responsible Solving, and Decision digital citizens Making 5. Digital Citizenship
  • 8. Shifting Trends in ICT Educational Delivery… CONVENTIONAL PROGRESSIVE - SHIFTED, 21ST ACCESSIBILITY TRANSITIONAL CENTURY LEVELS ICT a specialist field ICT supports, and ICT embedded ICT access is facilitated in all into all fields no always available fields, including ICT formal "ICT" or classes "computer class"2011-? "Experts" instruct All teachers teach All community ICT access in and facilitate use and facilitate use of members, students, t various campus of ICT ICT eachers, model hot spots:2000-5 and facilitate instruct classrooms stand alone ICT Instruction in ICT instructed, used ion and use of ICT ICT ICT access in computer Lab in Labs and instructed, used ubiq Lab, library classrooms uitously1989-99 Open or "flexi" ICT integrated into ICT access limited traditional scheduling with lab & entire schedule, may to resource "specials" class classroom facilitator include include availability scheduling sessions comp. sci or media classes in labs
  • 9. Reflection moment: be it ISTE or IB where is your school in this process? Discuss: CONVENTIONAL PROGRESSIVE - SHIFTED, 21ST ACCESSIBILITY TRANSITIONAL CENTURY LEVELS ICT a specialist field ICT supports, and ICT embedded ICT access is facilitated in all into all fields no always available fields, including ICT formal "ICT" or classes "computer class"2011-? "Experts" instruct All teachers teach All community ICT access in and facilitate use and facilitate use of members, students, various campus of ICT ICT teachers, model hot spots:2000-5 and facilitate instruct classrooms stand alone ICT Instruction in ICT instructed, used ion ICT instructed, and use of ICT ICT access in computer Lab in Labs and used ubiquitously Lab, library classrooms1989-99 Open or "flexi" ICT integrated into ICT access limited traditional scheduling with lab & entire schedule, may to resource "specials" class classroom facilitator include include availability scheduling sessions comp. sci or media classes in labs
  • 10. a growing synergy 2 as 1:
  • 11. For this century & beyond…
  • 12. sources & resourcesInternational Society for Technology Educationhttp://www.iste.org/World IB Organizationhttp://www.ibo.org/Shifting to 21st Century Thinking in Schoolshttp://www.shiftingthinking.org/Educational Collaborators 1:1 Readiness Surveyhttp://is.gd/19RC2121st Century Skillshttp://www.21stcenturyskillsbook.com/
  • 13. Contact info Sean Thomas Moroney, M.Ed. edtechnique.org seantm@edtechnique.org twitter: @seantm skype: seantmchina facebook: seantm linkedin: linkedin.com/in/seantm1 http://about.me/seantm Creative Commons LicenseISTE & IB by Sean Thomas Moroney M.Ed. is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.