Technology Proficiency:
A Moving Target

The call for schools to become centers for 21st Century teaching and learning have not gone unheeded. During this webcast, state and national leaders in technology will discuss efforts underway to support schools in their efforts to help teachers and students reach goals of technology proficiency across the curriculum.


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Introduction

Chapter 2: Refreshed NETS

Chapter 3: Partnership for 21st Century Skills

Chapter 4: Q & A with First Panel

Chapter 5: North Carolina

Chapter 6: West Virginia

Chapter 7: U.S. Department of Education

Chapter 8: Q & A with Second Panel

 

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Introduction

Chapter 2: Refreshed NETS

Chapter 3: Partnership for 21st Century Skills

Chapter 4: Q & A with First Panel

Chapter 5: North Carolina

Chapter 6: West Virginia

Chapter 7: U.S. Department of Education

Chapter 8: Q & A with Second Panel

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Supporting Resources

International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE)

ISTE NETS Project

Partnership for 21st Century Skills

North Carolina Future-Ready Students for the 21st Century (PDF Document)

West Virginia Department of Education

Government Performance Results Act 1999 (GPRA) (Word Document)

Performance Assessment Rating Tool (PART)



Presenters

Part 1

  • Don Knezek, CEO, International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE)
  • Lajeane Thomas, Professor, Louisiana Tech University and Project Director, ISTE's National Educational Technology Standards (NETS) Refresh Project
  • Helen Soulé, Executive Director, Cable in the Classroom, representing the Partnership for 21st Century Skills

Part 2

  • Jenelle Leonard, Director of School Support & Technology Programs, U.S. Department of Education
  • Wynn Smith, Section Chief, Educational Technology Implementation & Planning Services, North Carolina Department of Public Instruction
  • Brenda Williams, Executive Director, Office of Instructional Technology, West Virginia Department of Education
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