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Connecting the ISTE Standards to the Common Core (Feb.5, 2014)

Product code: EVTIP13STANDARDS
Topics: Professional learning, Leadership, Curriculum, Assessment, Standards
Length: approx. 60 min.

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Feb. 5, 4 p.m. PT | 7 p.m. ET or time via World Clock

Connecting the ISTE Standards to the Common Core
presented by Paula Don, Director of Educational Technology, School District of Philadelphia.

We live in a participatory culture. Citizens around the globe create media, influence the stream of communication, and manipulate our attention to issues and events. This brave new world requires today’s students to develop a whole new skill set that includes new media literacies as well as cultural, social, critical-thinking, evaluation and analytical skills. The ISTE Standards can help spark students’ learning of and engagement with these new skills, and the Common Core weaves them throughout its standards. This interactive session will approach the ISTE Standards as blueprints to achieve and engage the Common Core and will explore online and offline activities with a focus on new literacies and scaffolding activities.

Audience: Teachers, Curriculum Directors, Tech Integration Specialists, Tech Coordinators, Tech Coaches, School Leaders

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Authors/Contributors:


Paula Don

Bio: Paula Don is a director of educational technology for the School District of Philadelphia. In this capacity, she manages the implementation, professional development and planning for the district’s technology initiatives and related grant awards. She also facilitates the design of online curriculum resources for teachers, manages the implementation of blended learning activities and supervises a group of technology integration specialists who provide direct service to teachers in their classrooms. Don received her B.A. and M.S.Ed. from the University of Southern California. She has been working in education for more than 30 years, beginning her career in the Los Angeles Unified School District and moving to Philadelphia in 1982. Prior to joining the district administrative team in 1999, she was a classroom teacher, computer lab teacher and technology coach for multiple grades.