Below is the Standards Alignment document showing how the 21things4students addresses the ISTE-S (International Technology Standards in Education for Students) and Common Core State Standards. Note: Michigan adopted the ISTE Standards for Students as competencies for technology integation (MITECS) during the 2017-18 school year.
This is a cross-walk Excel file showing the alignment of the 21things4students Quests with the new 2016 ISTE Standards for Students.
Incorporating Technology with Best Practice
The 21things Project utilizes the "Classroom Instruction that Works" and "Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works" frameworks to show how best practice and technology work together to improve teaching and learning.
Educators using the 21 Things 4 Students do more than teach technology tools. The table below shows examples of how thoughtful implementation of the curriculum and resources found in 21 Things 4 Students can support best practice in the classroom.
Share the following "Best Practice in Action" document with your administrator in support of your teacher evaluation.
For more ideas on best practice and technology, visit TechBestPractice.net
This is a Technology Scope and Sequence document showing K-12 skills based on the ISTE standards. This was developed by the educational technology faculty at Shorecrest Preparatory School in St. Petersburg, FL.