ISTE Standards

The International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE®) is the premier nonprofit organization serving educators and education leaders committed to empowering connected learners in a connected world. ISTE serves more than 100,000 education stakeholders throughout the world (ISTE, n.d.).

ISTE has 5 areas of developed standards for technology use in education:

  • Standards for Students
  • Standards for Teachers
  • Standards for Administrators
  • Standards for Coaches
  • Standards for Computer Science Educators

Click on the links below for more info:


 

Click here for more info on ISTE Standards for Students.

Student with laptop

Optional: Click HERE to go straight to the ISTE-S website page.


 

 

Click here for more info on STE Standards for Teachers.

Teacher in science lab with students.

Optional: Click HERE to go straight to the ISTE-T website page.

 


 

 

Click here to learn about ISTE Standards for Administrators.

Administrator planning with flow diagram.

Optional: Navigate to ISTE-A standards at the ISTE website; Click HERE.


 

 

Click here for a presentation on ISTE Standards for Coaches.

Coaching words in a mosaic

Optional: Click HERE to go straight to ISTE-C standards on the ISTE website.


 

 

Click here for more info on ISTE Standards for Computer Science Educators.

Measuring voltages in computer lab.

Optional: Click HERE to go to the ISTE website to read standards for Computer Science Educators.


 

Other Resources

ISTE. (n.d.). Set the standard. Retrieved from http://www.iste.org/explore/categorylist?id=3&category=Set+the+standard

Pixabay. (2016). Free high quality images [Images]. Retrieved from Pixabay.com: https://pixabay.com/

REMC Association of Michigan. (n.d.). 21 things 4 students. Retrieved from http://www.21things4students.net/

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