Technology Literacy

Conversation regarding technology literacy, standards, and assessments.

Location: Suffolk County, N.Y.
Members: 64
Latest Activity: May 14, 2013

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Bloom's Taxonomy 2.0

Started by Michael Keany. Last reply by Marguerite Clarkson Jan 27, 2013. 1 Reply

Technology Literacy Assessment and NAEP Report

Started by Teh-yuan Wan, Ph.D.. Last reply by Catherine T. Juliano Aug 10, 2009. 13 Replies


Kansas to Withhold Student Test Data - Education Week

Federal education officials have granted a request from Kansas to not release test results that experts say are invalid due to technical problems.

Startup Founders Apply Education Experience - Education Week

Former educators with technology interests are increasingly making their way from classrooms into the startup world as they try to use their school expertise to create ed-tech products.

Survey: Students' Mobile-Device Use Rising - Education Week

A growing number of U.S. students regularly use laptops, tablets, and smartphones for schoolwork, but just one in six attends a school that provides all students with their own such mobile devices.

Ed-Tech Leader Gender Gaps Identified in New Study - Education Week

Female ed-tech leaders appear to face more limited access to top positions and higher pay than their male counterparts, concludes an analysis by Education Week and CoSN.

Technology and Learning - Education Week

As more districts roll out 1-to-1 laptop and tablet initiatives, new research suggests students may be better off sticking to traditional pen-and-paper longhand for taking and studying notes.

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Comment by Ryan Fisk on August 16, 2012 at 3:05pm

Google Launches YouTube Curriculum to Educate Students on Digital Citizenship

Comment by Mark Lamont on April 27, 2010 at 8:55am
Are technology literacy and digital literacy one and the same? Will there come a time when we will simply refer to "technology literacy" as "literacy", as in will the day finally arrive when we assume a digital context without having to reference it as currently is the case in education circles? Ditto, when will "elearning" simply be referred to as "learning", and when with "instructional technology specialists" assume titles more in line with the end-game, that is, when will they be referred to as "learning consultants"? We say we want technology to be invisible (don't we?), so perhaps we ought to start by making the 'T word' invisible in our titles? What do folks think, I am all for shorter titles that describe the outcome (i.e., learning) as opposed to the inputs (instruction and technology)?

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