Standard #11 Technology Standards for Teachers – (NETS-T*)

Standard #11 Technology Standards for Teachers – (NETS-T*)

Effective teachers model and apply the National Educational Technology Standards for Students (NETS-S**) as they design, implement, and assess learning experiences to engage students and improve learning; enrich professional practice; and provide positive models for students, colleagues, and the community. Please see the following ISTE Standards Teachers and ISTE Standards Students pages. *Now known as ISTE Standards Teachers **Now known as ISTE Standards Students

 

Education 110

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Mission Statement

 

Artifact One

Artifact One Research

This artifact is my Differentiated Deeper Dive project. In this project, I explored digital storytelling, the research on this topic can be found by clicking the link above titled “Artifact One Research”. After doing some research on the topic/ way of teaching, I created my own lesson of sorts that is centered around digital storytelling. This final lesson can be found by clicking the link above titled “Artifact One”.

I chose this artifact because it shows that I am able to integrate the three E’s (engage, enhance, and extend) into my teaching while using technology. This lesson touches upon the ISTE standards all throughout. It requires the students to design their own digital story which is done through things such as rough drafting and designing how their finished products will look. The lesson also provides a positive model for students, it asks students to dig deep within themselves to create a meaningful final project that presents anything about themselves that they would like. At the end of the project, once everyone is finished, we will all present our digital projects. During this time a positive environment will be encouraged and enforced. This creates not only a positive environment for the student but also the community around them as well.

 

Artifact Two

This artifact is an article I wrote on smore.com about Bloom’s taxonomy. In this article, I wrote about what Bloom’s taxonomy is (both the original and revised as well as their differences), what each aspect entails, as well as why it is important.

The reason as to why I chose this artifact to include under this standard is because it shows that I understand what Bloom’s taxonomy can look like when integrating it into a classroom with technology. Knowing this information allows me to assess learning experiences to engage students as well as to improve their learning. Along with showing the knowledge that I have about the subject, this “Smore” also shows that I am able to work with new technological tools on my own. This is another kind of platform that I can utilize in my classroom. This even shows that I am able to create positive models for students, colleagues, and my community. This is in the sense that since it is a public article, anyone can access it. This allows anyone from my students to my community to see the model that I have created for utilizing Bloom’s taxonomy within the classroom.