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Information and Technology Essential Standards

 

NC Essential Standards for Information and Technology

 

These standards were developed using Bloom's Revised Technology and replace the Computer Skills and Information Literacy Standard Courses of Study.

These standards are critical building blocks for the education of our students. ITES represent the “must have” information and technology skills and knowledge that each student must have in order to achieve success at the next level. The standards are designed to be delivered by classroom teachers in all curricular areas and grade levels. As the ITES are taught throughout all classrooms and across all curricular areas, it is essential that classroom teachers collaborate with media coordinators in delivering this instruction. Media coordinators should be active participants in grade level and/or curricular area planning groups as these teams analyze student data, identify learning goals, plan and deliver instruction, and assess student progress.

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