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ISTE Standard 4

Trigger Question- How do I teach young elementary school students the importance of being safe and responsible while using technology?

Technology is everywhere in today’s society. 616 more words

EDTC 6431 ISTE Standard 4 Reflection

My question was; how can students use technology for problem-solving activities?

The ability to problem solve effectively has been, and continues to be a crucial life skill.  254 more words


ISTE Standard 4 – Using Computer Games to Develop Problem Solving Skills in Children

Question: What online games exist that support and encourage critical thinking, problem solving, and collaborating with others?

The central focus of ISTE Standard 4 is helping “students use critical thinking skills to plan and conduct research, manage projects, solve problems, and make informed decisions using appropriate digital tools and resources” (ISTE Standard 4). 540 more words

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Standard 4

Analyzing my use of Cooperative Grouping

Standard 4: Engage in analysis of teaching and collaborative practices

In Teacher Leadership: the “New” Foundations of Teacher Education, Hilty (2011) states “that the goal cannot be accomplished by simply raising standards, creating and implementing more outcome measure, and holding students, teachers and administrators ever more accountable for test scores… investing in teachers and their learning, rather than creating more tests, is a better investment for improving student outcomes” (p. 1,164 more words

4. Engage In Analysis Of Teaching And Collaborative Practices

ISTE Standard 4: Digital Citizenship Project

In our current technological climate, many children (particularly by middle school age) are plugged into social media and other forms of online activity to such a thorough extent that it can be difficult for them to step back and consider the potential consequences these totally normal, everyday actions can have.  60 more words

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Digital Citizenship in Schools

As I thought about ISTE Standard 4 and about teaching digital citizenship in the classroom I tried to think beyond issues of academic integrity. Many efforts have been invested in helping kids learn how to cite properly and avoid plagiarism. 455 more words

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Risks & Rewards: Social Media in the Classroom

It can be both frightening and challenging to open up the classroom to the wide and unpredictable world of the social media. The potential for inappropriate conduct and access to content can be quite high, and the temptation to engage in non-academic use of technology is increased in doing so. 879 more words

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