c) Which requirements for the grade of your choice do you feel are right on target and will be easy to implement?
e) Which requirements for the grade of your choice do you feel will be the most difficult to support from those recommended?
f) Although limited at the present in your overall grade-level knowledge, are there any specific skills you feel are missing from your selected grade level? Do not forget to check that it was not already introduced within an earlier grade level.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com March 21, 2019, 9:42 pm ad1c9bdddf
discuss the requirements of a specific grade-level or content specific standards as developed in the NETS for Students in Louisiana.
The Technology content standards are designed to build, grade upon grade and skill upon skill, so that students become knowledgeable consumers of technology and efficient producers and users of technology. The standards want students to be able to function using technology at what is at least a basic skill level. These standards, like the curriculum standards, get progressively more complex as students grow more mature, in the same way that curriculum content standards grow increasingly more complex, requiring even more increasing levels of judgment and the higher-level thinking skills as displayed on Bloom's Taxonomy of thinking skills processes. We don't expect, for example, a second-grader to evaluate their Web site's information and sources for veracity, validity and reliability, but we do expect such discernment ...
Discussion questions answered on technology education standards comparing Louisiana state standards with the National Education Technology Standards, what technologies are available, those that are easy for teachers to implement, and if students are achieving these standards.