Transforming education requires us to rethink how we teach and learn. The ISTE Standards act as a roadmap for bold, innovative educators and education leaders to re-engineer their schools and classrooms for digital age learning no matter where they fall on the journey to meaningful, effective ed tech integration. Want to know more? Visit the ISTE Standards frequently asked questions….

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All students need digital citizenship skills to participate fully in their communities and make smart choices online and in life. Common Sense Education has an award-winning K–12 Digital Citizenship Curriculum:

  • Addresses top concerns for schools.
  • Prepares students with critical 21st-century skills.
  • Supports educators with training and recognition.
  • Engages the whole community through family outreach.

Check out their brand new digital citizenship curriculum for grades 3-8!

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Computational Thinking Supports Learning in All Subject Areas!

Computational thinking allows us to take a complex problem, understand what the problem is and develop possible solutions. We can then present these solutions in a way that a computer, a human, or both, can understand. The four cornerstones of Computational Thinking (pattern recognition, decomposition, abstraction, and algorithmic thinking) are key skills that all students need and can apply throughout their lives. Because of this, computational thinking can become a common language in schools and make it easy to connect to all core subject areas. Additionally, these skills are essential in computer science and coding and make those more accessible to all students.

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Twitter is the best form of professional development that teachers can adopt and use.

Don’t give up on us yet! Where else can you receive instant updates from amazing educators from throughout the world doing exactly what you are doing in your classroom? Not interested in what celebrities are doing in Hollywood? No worries. You control what you see on your feed by who follow. Follow educators and experts in your subject, grade level, or occupation and that is all you will see.

Benefits of Twitter for Educators:

  • Connections: Build connections with like-minded educators from across the world. Twitter can help you stay up-to-date on the latest trends and give you ideas for your own classroom.
  • Collaboration: Start your own hashtag to easily and efficiently collate resources with colleagues. Spread the word and other educators can contribute too. Additionally, Twitter is a great place to find other educators eager to work together on long-distance projects.
  • Resources: A huge benefit of Twitter is that you can share resources and find ideas for your classroom quickly and easily. There is no better way to join a friendly, enthusiastic community full of people willing to share great ideas.
  • Professional Development: Quick, easy, just-in-time educational opportunities. Twitter abounds with opportunities to learn and grow in your teaching craft.
  • And so much more!
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