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   RE: What are your best resources for addressing the ISTE Student Standards?
 From: Lina Salem
 To: ISTE Standards
 Posted: 09-08-2017 01:51

Hi - came across this by Rachelle Poth, I think it is useful: How Kidblog supports and meets the ISTE Standards for Students 

Lina Salem

Director of Educational Technologies 

Amman Baccalaureate School

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------Original Message------

Hi Standards folks! I want to encourage people to respond to Diana's request for resources you use to teach or use the ISTE Standards. And to reiterate: you don't need to be an expert! The Student Standards are barely 1 year old, a toddler, and we're all learning together!

Sarah Stoeckl
Senior Project Manager, ISTE Standards
ISTE Staff
Eugene OR
Original Message:
Sent: 08-24-2017 15:21
From: Diana Fingal
Subject: What are your best resources for addressing the ISTE Student Standards?

Hi everyone,
I'm Diana Fingal, ISTE's director of editorial content, and I need your help. In each issue of ISTE's quarterly magazine, Empowered Learner, we feature a list of favorite resources from ISTE members. This time around, we'd like you to share your favorite resources for teaching the ISTE Standards for Students, which as most of you know, were revised in 2016. We'll publish a handful of reader responses in our magazine, so please fill in your email, name, school, town, state and country on the line provided. No need to answer all the questions. Find the form here.

Diana Fingal
Director of Editorial Content
ISTE Staff
Eugene OR