Resources for Student Assessment

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APPENDIX B
NETS•S Assessement Rubrics
The following rubrics are based on the NETS.S Assessment Model introduced in chapter 2 (Figure 2.1). Table 1 is the NETS.S Developmental Rubric for Grades PK-12, which appears in chapter 2 as Figure 2.2. Tables 2 through 5 identify technology literacy benchmarks and expectations for the four grade ranges: K-2, 3–5, 6–8, and 9–12. These rubrics are designed to be used to develop assessments to measure student proficiency in the National Educational Technology Standards for Students (NETS.S).Learning Point Associates (LPA), a nonprofit educational organization and owner of the North Central Regional Educational Laboratory, partnered with ISTE to develop these rubrics. LPA is also collaborating with ISTE to develop an empirically based assessment model using these NETS.S assessment rubrics. For the assessment model, LPA is working with measurement experts at the University of Illinois at Chicago to gather evidence of construct validity, and with an ISTE NETS project leadership team to gather evidence of content validity.Surveys of school-level factors that affect student technology literacy, teacher technology integration, and administrator technology leadership have also been completed and are available for use. Together, the assessment and survey battery provide a cost-effective method for school districts to provide evidence that students and teachers are meeting the technology literacy and technology integration goals set out by Title II, Part D, of the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (NCLB). The assessments and surveys are delivered via the the Web and require only an Internet connection and updated browsers. Contact LPA at 1-800-252-0283 or visit www.learningpt.org for more information.
APPENDIX Β TABLES
TABLE 1. NETS.S Developmental Rubric for Grades PK-12
TABLE 2. NETS.S Assessment Rubric for Grades PK-2 (Primary Level)
TABLE 3. NETS.S Assessment Rubrics for Grades 3–5 (Intermediate Level)
TABLE 4. NETS.S Assessment Rubric for Grades 6–8 (Middle School Level)
TABLE 5. NETS.S Assessment Rubric for Grades 9–12 (High School Level)

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