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NCATE Standards

 
1.0 Foundations
2.0 Specialty Content Preparation
3.0 Professional Preparation

3.0 Professional Preparation
 3.1 Teaching Methodology

3.1.1>

Design and practice methods and strategies for teaching concepts and skills related to computers and related technologies including keyboarding.

3.1.2

Design and practice methods and strategies for teaching concepts and skills for applying productivity tools.

3.1.3

Design and practice methods and strategies for teaching concepts and skills for applying information access and delivery tools.

3.1.4

Design and practice methods and strategies for teaching problem-solving principles and skills using technology resources.

3.1.5

Observe in a K-12 setting where K-12 computer technology concepts and skills are being taught.

3.1.6

Practice methods and strategies for teaching technology concepts and skills in a lab and classroom setting.

3.1.7

Identify and support implementation and revision of computer or other technology literacy curriculum to reflect ongoing changes in technology.

3.1.8

Design and implement integrated technology classroom activities that involve teaming or small group collaboration.

3.1.9

Identify activities and resources to support regular professional growth related to technology.

3.1.10

Describe student guidance resources, career awareness resources, and student support activities related to computing and technology.

3.1.11

Compare national K-12 computer or other technology standards with benchmarks set by local school districts and critique each.

3.1.12

Identify professional organizations and groups that support the field of educational computing and technology.

3.1.13 

Design a set of evaluation strategies and methods that will assess the effectiveness of instructional units that integrate computers and other technology.

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3.2 Hardware and Software Selection, Installation, and Maintenance
 

3.2.1

Develop plans to configure computer or other technology systems and related peripherals in laboratory, classroom cluster, and other appropriate instructional arrangements.

3.2.2

Identify and describe strategies to support development of school and laboratory policies, procedures, and practices related to use of computers or other technology.

3.2.3

Research, evaluate, and develop recommendations for purchasing instructional software to support and enhance the school curriculum.

3.2.4

Research, evaluate, and develop recommendations for purchasing technology systems.

3.2.5

Design and recommend procedures for the organization, management, and security of hardware and software.

3.2.6

Identify strategies for troubleshooting and maintaining various hardware and software configurations.

3.2.7

Identify and describe network software packages used to operate a computer network system.

3.2.8

Configure a computer system and one or more software packages.

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1.0 Foundations
2.0 Specialty Content Preparation
3.0 Professional Preparation


ISTE is a nonprofit professional organization with a worldwide membership of leaders and potential leaders in educational technology. We are dedicated to promoting appropriate uses of information technology to support and improve learning, teaching,and administration in K-12 education and teacher education. ISTE's role is leadership--we provide our members with information, networking opportunities, and guidance as they face the challenge of incorporating computers, the Internet, and other new technologies into their schools.

My eCoach® is a division of Computer Strategies, LLC. All of our courses and materials are aligned to the NCATE standards for Teacher Preparation and ISTE NETs Standards and Performance Indicators.