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Table of Self-Assessment Instruments

The table given below lists five components of ICT in education that are relevant to all preservice teacher education programs of study and all preservice PreK-12 teachers. For each topic area, there is a link to a self-assessment instrument for the topic area. In addition, the table lists three performance levels of ICT in education that pertain to educators who want to serve as a school or school district ICT coordinator, or work at a still higher level in this field.

Topic Area

Self-Assessment of Current Knowledge and Skills

1. General-purpose ICT tools that cut across many disciplines, such as word processor, spread sheet, database, Draw and Paint graphics, Web browser and search engine, and Email.

Click here for a self-assessment instrument on Topic 1.

2. ICT as an integral component of the content of the non-ITC disciplines you are planning to teach.

Click here for a self-assessment instrument on Topic 2.

3. ICT uses in instruction, assessment, student learning, and student work.

Click here for a self-assessment instrument on Topic 3.

4. ICT as a personal productivity tool in a teacher's professional work and career.

Click here for a self-assessment instrument on Topic 4.

5. ICT as a discipline of study. This discipline is often called Computer and Information Science.

Click here for a self-assessment instrument on Topic 5.

6. ICT to be a school-level computer coordinator.

Under development.

7. ICT to be a district-level computer coordinator.

Under development.

8. Being a national or international ICT in education leader.

Under development.

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