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    Planning for Learning Standards

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    This Solution discusses learning standards in education (national and by state, US specific), and how to plan using them for curriculum mastery.

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    Educators are held accountable for curriculum content that is standards based.

    National and state standards are posted online, and educators can, should and often MUST access these standards when planning their lessons for students. Each lesson is expected to address one or more of these standards.

    The national standards to Technology Education, for example, are located here: http://www.iste.org/standards/standards/for-students-2016
    and can be found online using an Internet search with the phrase: National Technology Education standards for students. Please note that Technology is a part of every academic subject, and that these standards can be used by ANY educator teaching any subject. For example, any lesson using technology to deliver, interact with, or assess student learning is using at least national standard number 1:Empowered Learner: Students leverage technology to take an active role in choosing, achieving and demonstrating competency in their learning goals, informed by the learning sciences. As a teacher who is using technology ...

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    Teachers are held accountable for including learning standards (state and/or national) in their lesson planning. Brief overview of the value and necessity of using these standards to plan instruction. Web-based resources provided.