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My colleague, Kenny Tamarkin, developed this short student computer self-assessment rubric that was published in Adventures in Assessment . When using this six-question rubric, he found students would spend just a few minutes reading the descriptions of the six types of computer users/learners and...
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The Microsoft Office Skills Checklist has basic, intermediate, and advanced skills for all of the Microsoft Office suite applications except for Access, which is the database application available in some versions of Microsoft Office suite. You may ask why Microsoft Office suite? It is the office...
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ISTE released their third iteration of Standards for Students in June 2016. These standards are, “designed to prepare student for work and life in this uncertain future.” ISTE projects that 65% of children entering grade school will work in jobs that do not exist today. In ISTE's report Redefining...
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The Capitol One – Future Edge Digital Literacy Challenge in a new assessment that tests for the following ten core digital competencies: Computer fundamentals Searching, Microsoft Word Digital communications Digital etiquette Security Microsoft Excel Microsoft PowerPoint Focus on Work LinkedIn and...
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Microsoft Digital Literacy is an assessment of digital literacy skills. The assessments included are: Computer basics The Internet and World Wide Web Productivity programs Computer security and privacy Digital lifestyles Each assessment includes an e-learning companion course. The assessment comes...
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The North Star Digital Literacy Assessment includes the following nine modules: Basic Computer World Wide Web Windows or MAC OSX Using Email Microsoft Word Social Media Microsoft Excel Microsoft PowerPoint Information Literacy The Information Literacy module is the newest module and was developed...
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The PIAAC , is an international survey of adult skills that “measures adults’ proficiency in key information-processing skills - literacy, numeracy and problem solving in technology-rich environments - and gathers information and data on how adults use their skills at home, at work and in the wider...
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This handy graphic shows you how visualizing with number lines runs throughout the CCR Standards. From the earliest level, working with operations with whole numbers to irrational numbers in level D, the use of number lines is encouraged so that students can build conceptual understanding along...
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Knowledge of fractions and fraction operations are developed over time, not in one unit. This chart illustrates how standards involving fractions are also integrated into other domains, including geometry and data.
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This sample instructional unit is designed to build and deepen students’ understanding of common benchmark fractions, decimals, and percents. First, students explore the fraction ½, its connections to decimals and percents, and its use as a benchmark.When they show mastery and conceptual...

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