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One of three sets of standards that make up the AASL Standards Integrated Framework featured within the National School Library Standards for Learners, School Librarians, and School Libraries. The AASL Standards framework reflects a comprehensive approach to teaching and learning by demonstrating the connection between learner, librarian, and library standards.
Findings about different ways that libraries are contributing to students’ learning benefit the higher education community as a whole by expanding the body of evidence-based assessment results related to students’ academic experiences.
Understanding the Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education in relation to the information literacy standards used with students in K-12 schools to teach all students and fill in instructional gaps.
Academic libraries can use the move towards gamification in higher education as a way to promote their collections and further engage and motivate students to learn more about library resources and services.
A repository of over 3600 learning objects aligned by professional KATE staff, Kentucky teachers and Technology Integration Specialists to Kentucky curriculum documents including core content and the Technology Big Ideas from the Program of Studies.
Mission: ISTE inspires educators worldwide to use technology to innovate teaching and learning, accelerate good practice and solve tough problems in education by providing community, knowledge and the ISTE Standards, a framework for rethinking education and empowering learners.
Just as motorists take driver’s education to learn how to recognize and react to road situations, digital age students need a course in how to navigate precarious situations online, such as cyberbullying and copyright infringement.