In today’s digital world, technology has become an integral part of education—helping to ensure students are prepared with the tech skills needed to be college- and career-ready. As a school leader, it is vital to provide not only technology to your students, but also teacher professional development and technology training to ensure student success. In fact, research has proven that technology integration can nearly double the national average student achievement.
But how do you know your teachers are applying technology in the classroom and that your students "get it"?
Atomic Learning offers several different online assessment options to suit the varying needs of schools, including ISTE® NETS-based assessments, a basic self-assessment, and skill-based assessments on computer literacy and popular software applications—all helping gauge the knowledge and skills of both teachers and students.
Focused on how-to use and apply technology, Atomic Learning’s online ISTE® Standards/ISTE® NETS Assessment tools helps schools and districts pinpoint teacher development areas and gauge student tech skill levels by having them demonstrate that skills can be applied.
A companion to several of Atomic Learning’s online training series on Computer Literacy and popular Microsoft® Office applications, each online assessment provides quiz-style insights to review retention of completed training.
A quick and simple online Self-Assessment tool that allows learners to quickly reflect on their skill proficiency using any specific technology tool. The results are intended to provide a self-snapshot and individual scores are relative.
ISTE NETS-S standards reprinted with permission from National Educational Technology Standards for Students, Second Edition, © 2007, ISTE® (International Society for Technology in Education), www.iste.org. All rights reserved.
ISTE NETS-T standards reprinted with permission from National Educational Technology Standards for Teachers, Second Edition © 2008 ISTE® (International Society for Technology in Education), www.iste.org. All rights reserved.