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How does Information Technology Support the Student Learning Behaviors?

  1. Students can articulate the learning objective and find meaning in their learning.
  2. Students assess their progress toward achieving the current learning target.
  3. Students utilize classroom processes created for intervention and/or challenge.
  4. Students understand and use a variety of learning strategies and tools to help them learn.
  5. Students are interacting and engaged in their learning.
  6. Students set learning goals and track their progress on an on-going basis.
  7. Students produce evidence of their learning aligned with the learning target.




Technology Applications TEKS

Six Strands

Example TEKS Simplified

Creativity and innovation

1. Create original products

2. Use virtual environments

3. Discuss trends and outcomes you notice, and make predictions about what would happen if you continued.

Communication and collaboration

1. Communicate locally and globally

2. Use collaboration tools

3. Create appropriately formatted written products

4. Create or participate in personal learning networks.

Research and information fluency

1. Learn and use search strategies

2. Research

3. Collect, organize, evaluate, and validate information

Critical thinking, problem solving and decision making

1. Define problems and questions

2. Use data to develop reasonable solutions and complete projects

3. Use appropriate tools to solve problems

Digital citizenship

1. Adhere to acceptable use policies and copyright principles

2. Behave safely and ethically online

3. Protect privacy

4. Understand the impact of negative online behaviors

Technology operations and concepts

1. Use appropriate terminology

2. Use appropriate tools and practices (like file management)

3. Troubleshoot

4. Use a variety of input methods and proper keyboarding technique


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