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NETS-T

Standard 1: Facilitate and Inspire Student Learning and


Creativity

Status

Evidence (Linked)
1.1 Promote, support, and model creative and
innovative thinking and inventiveness.

Collaborative Learning
Project

Project Based Learning Video
1.2 Engage students in exploring real-world
issues and solving authentic problems using
digital tools and resources.



Project Based Learning Video
1.3 Promote student reflection using
collaborative tools to reveal and clarify students'
conceptual understanding and thinking,
planning, and creative processes.

Wiki Space, Google
Groups,Wiggio, and PBworks

1.4 Model collaborative knowledge construction
by engaging in learning with students,
colleagues, and others in face-to-face and
virtual environments
Skype
Adobe Connect
Standard 2: Design and Develop Digital-Age Learning
Experiences

2.1 Design or adapt relevant learning
experiences that incorporate digital tools and
resources to promote student learning and
creativity.

Webquest

Project Based Learning
2.2 Develop technology-enriched learning
environments that enable all students to pursue
their individual curiosities and become active
participants in setting their own educational
goals, managing their own learning, and
assessing their own progress.

Online Learning

2.3 Customize and personalize learning
activities to address students' diverse learning
styles, working strategies, and abilities using
digital tools and resources.

Screen cast

Project Based Learning Video
2.4 Provide students with multiple and varied
formative and summative assessments aligned
with content and technology standards and use
resulting data to inform learning and teaching.

Formative Assessment

Standard 3: Model Digital-Age Work and Learning

3.1 Demonstrate fluency in technology systems
and the transfer of current knowledge to new
technologies and situations.

Blog

Blog#2
3.2 Collaborate with students, peers, parents,
and community members using digital tools and
resources to support student success and
innovation.

Teacher Website

E-portfolio


3.3 Communicate relevant information and
ideas effectively to students, parents, and peers
using a variety of digital-age media and formats.

Teacher Website

3.4 Model and facilitate effective use of current
and emerging digital tools to locate, analyze,
evaluate, and use information resources to
E-portfolio
support research and learning.
Standard 4: Promote and Model Digital Citizenship and
Responsibility

4.1 Advocate, model, and teach safe, legal, and
ethical use of digital information and technology,
including respect for copyright, intellectual
property, and the appropriate documentation of
sources.

Digital Footprint Safety

4.2 Address the diverse needs of all learners by
using learner-centered strategies providing
equitable access to appropriate digital tools and
resources.

Online Learning

4.3 Promote and model digital etiquette and
responsible social interactions related to the use
of technology and information.


4.4 Develop and model cultural understanding
and global awareness by engaging with
colleagues and students of other cultures using
digital-age communication and collaboration
tools.
Digital Footprint Safety

Standard 5: Engage in Professional Growth and
Leadership


5.1 Participate in local and global learning
communities to explore creative applications of
technology to improve student learning.

Igoogle

5.2 Exhibit leadership by demonstrating a vision
of technology infusion, participating in shared
decision making and community building, and
developing the leadership and technology skills
of others

E-Portfolio

5.3 Evaluate and reflect on current research and
professional practice on a regular basis to make
effective use of existing and emerging digital
tools and resources in support of student
learning.

Digital Story

5.4 Contribute to the effectiveness, vitality, and
self-renewal of the teaching profession and of
their school and community.





NETS-TD
Standard 1: Visionary Leadership Status Evidence (Linked)
1.1: Shared Vision
Candidates contribute to the development,
communication, and implementation of a
shared vision for the comprehensive use of
technology to support a digital-age education
for all students.
Project Based Learning
Video

1.2: Strategic Planning
Candidates contribute to the planning,
development, communication,
implementation, and evaluation of
technology-infused strategic plans at the
district and school levels.
PBL Video
WordPress Blog
1.3: Advocacy
Candidates participate in advocacy networks
to validate and influence policies,
procedures, programs, and funding
strategies to create a technology
infrastructure and professional development
and instructional programs necessary to
support a digital-age education for all
students.

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iPad Workshop for
CEL
Standard 2: Digital-Age Learning Culture
2.1: Digital Tools and Resources
Candidates assist district and school leaders
to identify, evaluate, and select exemplary
digital tools and resources that support
learning goals, incorporate research-based
instructional design principles, and are
compatible with the school technology
infrastructure.
WordPress Blog
ePortfolio
2.2: Research-Based Learning Strategies
Candidates locate, develop, and disseminate
models of face-to-face, blended, and online
instruction that illustrate how technology can
support standards-aligned, research-based
instruction and meet the needs and
preferences of digital-age learners.
safsfYellow PBL Video
Skype
Adobe Connect

HOA with ROLE
Teachers
2.3: Assessment and Differentiation
Candidates assist educators in identifying
and implementing technology resources to
support research-based differentiation and
assessment practices that meet the
identified needs of all students.
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the Brain Chapter
Presentation
2.4: Student Technology Standards
Candidates ensure technology standards for
students and computer science/ICT
coursework are implemented, assessed, and
supported by a scope and sequence and
curriculum alignments.
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2.5: Learning Communities
Candidates locate, develop, and disseminate
models of local and global learning
communities and support implementation
through local infrastructure and policies.
greengreen ePortfolio

HOA with ROLE
Teachers

Standard 3: Excellence in Professional Practice
3.1: Professional Learning Programs
Candidates design, implement, and evaluate
professional learning programs (face-to-face,
blended, and online) that help educators
integrate technology effectively into all
instructional and business practices -
including assisting program directors in
infusing technology into all professional
learning initiatives.
greengreen Adobe Connect
Google Hangout

HOA with ROLE
Teachers
3.2: Information and Communication
Infrastructure
Candidates ensure a robust information and
communication infrastructure to support
learning communities and assist educators
in using this infrastructure for professional
learning.
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Teachers
3.3: Communication and Collaboration
Candidates provide technologies to support
effective communication and collaboration
and model their use among colleagues,
parents, students, and the community.
greengreengreen Technology Tool
Presentation

Wordpress Blog
Eportfolio
3.4: Current Research and Emerging
Technologies
Candidates maintain in-depth knowledge of
current educational research and emerging
technologies and evaluate potential benefits
and implementation requirements (purchase
cost, training, human resources, installation,
maintenance, compatibility).
greengreengreen WordPress Blog

Apple TV Project
Standard 4: Systemic Improvement
4.1: Innovation and Change
Candidates collaborate with school
personnel to lead purposeful change by
identifying teacher and student learning
needs and implementing technology
innovations to address those needs.
yellowyellow PBL Video

Field Experience

HOA with ROLE
Teachers
4.2: Program Evaluation
Candidates conduct evaluations on
professional development programs,
technology infrastructure, and instructional
technology interventions by establishing
metrics, collecting and analyzing data,
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Google Forms
interpreting results, and sharing findings to
improve staff performance and student
learning.

4.3: Human Resource Management
Candidates hire, organizer, supervise,
evaluate, and retain highly qualified
technology staff to advance and maintain the
technology infrastructure and promote
academic and operational goals.
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4.4: Partnerships
Candidates establish partnerships to support
the technology infrastructure and provide
technology resources for the effective
integration of technology to advance district
programs and goals.
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Teachers
4.5: Technology Infrastructure
Based on a comprehensive technology plan,
candidates acquire and leverage resources
to advance and sustain a robust technology
infrastructure and continually evaluate its
effectiveness at supporting management,
operations, learning, and teaching.
yellowyellow WordPress Blog

ePortfolio
Standard 5: Digital Citizenship
5.1: Digital Equity
Candidates facilitate equitable access to
digital tools and resources, including
adaptive and assistive technologies, to
support the diverse needs of all learners.
yellowyellow WordPress Blog
5.2: Policies for Safe, Healthy, Legal, and
Ethical Use
Candidates lead district in the collaborative
development, dissemination, and evaluation
of district policies and procedures designed
to guide, in the least restrictive manner
possible, the safe, legal, and ethical use of
digital information and technology resources
among all stakeholders.
edredred ePortfolio
5.3: Programs for Safe, Healthy, Legal, and
Ethical Use
Candidates develop and implement
programs to educate all stakeholders about
the safe, legal, and ethical use of information
and technology resources, including district
policies and procedures regarding filtering,
netiquette, cyberbullying, acceptable use
and fair-use guidelines for online resources.
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5.4: Diversity, Cultural Understanding, and edredred ePortfolio




NETS-CSE

Global Awareness.
Candidates model and promote diversity,
cultural understanding, and global
awareness by providing and supporting
digital-age communication and collaboration
tools for students and faculty to engage in
cross-cultural, collaborative projects
addressing global issues in the context of
curricular goals and objectives.
Standard 6: Content Knowledge and
Professional Growth

6.1: Content and Pedagogical Knowledge
Candidates demonstrate content and
pedagogical knowledge, skills, and
dispositions in technology integration and
current and emerging technologies
necessary to effectively implement the
NETS-S, NETS-T, and NETS-A.
greengreengreen ePortfolio
WordPress Blog
6.2: Technical Knowledge
Candidates demonstrate knowledge, skills,
and dispositions in all the technical areas
necessary to ensure a sound technology
infrastructure, including industry standards,
data analysis/warehousing, and safety and
security of data.
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the Brain
Presentation
6.3: Leadership and Management
Knowledge
Candidates demonstrate knowledge, skills,
and dispositions in leadership and
management areas including leadership
theory and practice, organizational change,
project management, and budget and
contract management.
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the Brain
6.4: Continuous Learning
Candidates engage in continuous learning to
deepen their content, technical, and
leadership and management knowledge,
skills, and dispositions.
greengreengreen ePortfolio
Blog
6.5: Reflection
Candidates regularly evaluate, reflect on,
and synthesize their work and research to
improve and strengthen their professional
practice.
yellowyellow Blog
Principle 1: Knowledge of Content Status Evidence (Linked)
Standard I.A

I.A.1 Effectively use primitive data types.
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I.A.2 Demonstrate an understanding of static
and dynamic data structures
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I.A.3 Effectively use, manipulate, and explain
various external data stores - various types
(text, images, sound, etc.), various locations
(local, server, cloud), etc.
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Project

I.A.4 Effectively use modeling and simulation to
solve real-world problems.
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Standard I.B

I.B.1 Using a modern high-level programming
language, construct correctly-functioning
programs involving simple and structured data
types; compound boolean expressions; and
sequential, conditional, and iterative control
structures.
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website

W220 Website Project

I.B.2 Design and test algorithms and
programming solutions to problems in different
contexts (textual, numeric, graphic, etc.) using
advanced data structures.
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I.B.3 Analyze algorithms by considering
complexity, efficiency, aesthetics, and
correctness.
edredred W220 Practice 6

I.B.4 Demonstrate knowledge of two or more
programming paradigms.
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website

I.B.5 Effectively use two or more development
environments.
edredred Collaborative Website
Project

I.B.6 Demonstrate knowledge of varied
software development models and project
management strategies.
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Project
Standard I.C

I.C.1 Demonstrate an understanding of data
representation at the machine level.
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website

I.C.2 Demonstrate an understanding of
machine-level components and related issues
of complexity.
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website

I.C.3 Demonstrate an understanding of
operating systems and networking in a
structured computer system.
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I.C.3 Demonstrate an understanding of the
operation of computer networks and mobile
computing devices.
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Standard I.D

I.D.1 Demonstrate an understanding of the
social, ethical, and legal issues and impacts of
computing, and attendant responsibilities of
computer scientists and users.
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I.D.2 Analyze the contributions of computer
science to current and future innovations in
sciences, humanities, the arts, and commerce.
edredred W220 Website
Project
Principle II: Effective Teaching and Learning
Strategies

Standard II

II.A.1 Select a variety of real-world computing
problems and project-based methodologies that
support active and authentic learning and
provide opportunities for creative and
innovative thinking and problem solving.
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II.A.2 Demonstrate the use of a variety of
collaborative groupings in lesson plans/units
and assessments.
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W220 Website Project

II.A.3 Design activities that require students to
effectively describe computing artifacts and
communicate results using multiple forms of
media.
edredred W220 Website
Project

II.A.4 Develop lessons and methods that
engage and empower learners from diverse
cultural and linguistic backgrounds.
edredred PBL Video
W220 Website Project

II.A.5 Identify problematic concepts and
constructs in computer science and appropriate
strategies to address them.
edredred PBL Video
W220 Website Project

II.A.6 Design and implement developmentally
appropriate learning opportunities supporting
the diverse needs of all learners.
edredred W220 Website
Project

II.A.7 Create and implement multiple forms of
assessment and use resulting data to capture
student learning, provide remediation, and
shape classroom instruction.
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W220 Website Project
Principle III: Effective Learning Environments
Standard III

III.A.1 Promote and model the safe and
effective use of computer hardware, software,
peripherals, and networks.
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Collaborative Website
Project


III.A.2 Plan for equitable and accessible
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classroom, lab, and on-line environments that
support effective and engaging learning.
Collaborative Website
Project
Principle IV: Effective Professional Knowledge and
Skills

Standard IV

IV.A.1 Identify and participate in professional
computer science and computer science
education societies, organizations, and groups
that provide professional growth opportunities
and resources.
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on Social Media

IV.A.2 Demonstrate knowledge of evolving
social and research issues relating to computer
science and computer science education.
edredred ePortfolio

IV.A.3 Identify local, state, and national content
and professional standards and requirements
affecting the teaching of secondary computer
science.
edredred ePortfolio
NETS-C
Standard 1: Visionary Leadership
Status

Evidence (Linked)
1.1

1.2


1.3

1.4

Standard 2: Teaching, Learning & Assessments Status Evidence
2.1

2.2

2.3


2.4 Model technology enhanced learning
experiences


SAMR App Reviews
2.5

2.6


2.7 .

2.8
Standard 3: Digital-Age Learning Environments Status Evidence
3.1 Manage class and digital tools that provides
technology effectiveness

This was done during the
PBL units where we had
activities for the participants
to complete with their ipads
3.2

3.3


3.4 Model technology enhanced learning
experiences


Apps
3.5 Touble-shoot basic software problems
I helped my teacher figure
out a way to arrange videos
on MyBigCampus in the
order that she wanted.
3.6 Evaluate digital tools that enhance learning
Apps
3.7 .

Standard 4: Professional Development and Program
Evaluation

Status Evidence
4.1

4.2 Design, develop, and implement technology-
rich professional learning programs that model
principles of adult learning and promote digital-
age best practices in teaching, learning and
assesment

Eportfolio
4.3 Evaluate results of professional learning
programs


Program Evlauation
Feedback



Standard 5: Digital Citizenship Status Evidence
5.1







5.3 Use technology to show global awareness by communicating with peers,
other students, and professionals


Done Prezi

Interview of Aaron Sams






Standard 6: Content Knowledge and Professional Growth Status Evidence
6.1 Continue to deepen learning on technology integration Done Each week we viewed a different PBL presentation
which exposed use to new ideas and resources for
technology integration.
6.2



6.3 Regularly evaluate and reflect on their professional practice and dispositions
to improve and strengthen their ability to effectively model and facilitate
technology-enhanced learning experiences
Done Eportfolio