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Analyzing ISTE Standards for Students

Analyzing ISTE Standards for Students


In this lesson, students evaluate the ISTE standards and connect those standards to content standards.

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Notes on "Analyzing ISTE Standards for Students"

(00:00-00:41) Intro

(00:42-01:02) Objectives

(01:03-04:07) Review ISTE Standards for Students

(04:08-08:08) Aligning ISTE Standards & Content Standards

 (08:09-08:27) Review

(08:28-09:00) Reflection

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