CT Ed Tech: Student Technology Proficiency Standards

Student Technology Proficiency Standards

The Commission endorses and encourages Connecticut schools to adopt the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) Standards for Students. Please note that the Connecticut State Board of Education has not yet reviewed and approved the framework as an official academic standard set.

The 2016 standards reframe proficiencies in the context of helping students achieve the skills that will help them become college and career ready. They also come about from years of research and development from learning scientists, school leaders, and educators worldwide. While extensive, the ISTE Standards do not represent an exhaustive checklist¯ of skills as an endpoint but more as a framework that complements and integrates into the Common Core academic standards, reflects current digital learning approaches, and helps prepare students to be lifelong learners, critical thinkers, and contributors to society.

ISTE Standards for Students, ©2016,
ISTE® (International Society for
Technology in Education), iste.org.
All rights reserved.

Links to the ISTE Standards and supporting resources appear below:



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