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6/8/2017 Chapter 1: Assessment http://media.pearsoncmg.com/ab/ab_TED_eTexts/ted_etext_2015_sco/leverduffy_0133810062/ch1_assessment/index.html 1/6 1. The AECT de±nes educational technology as: All concepts, content, processes, and materials that teachers can use to create a lesson All digital tools found in the classroom The processes and systems of learning and instruction that use both audio and visual media The study facilitating learning and improving performance by creating, using, and managing appropriate technologies CORRECT The correct answer is: The study facilitating learning and improving performance by creating, using, and managing appropriate technologies. AECT broadly de±nes technologies as those that facilitate learning. 2. NETS standards articulate competencies for: School board members and technology staff Students, teachers, administrators, and coaches Students and parents All members of a school staff CORRECT The correct answer is: Students, teachers, administrators, and coaches. NETS targets selected school personnel. 3. The ability to use common technology in our personal, academic, and professional life is: Technology literacy Essential practices Technical life skills Base competencies CORRECT The correct answer is: Technology literacy. This is the de±nition of technology literacy. 4. Which is not a correct answer about technology standards? The most frequently applied set of technology standards comes from the International Society for Technology in Education Assessment: Technology, Teaching, And You
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6/8/2017 Chapter 1: Assessment http://media.pearsoncmg.com/ab/ab_TED_eTexts/ted_etext_2015_sco/leverduffy_0133810062/ch1_assessment/index.html 2/6 P21 standards focus on preparation for 21st-century skills Common Core standards include reference to technology skills No national standards are not directly related to lesson plans CORRECT The correct answer is: No national standards are not directly related to lesson plans.
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