Measuring teachers’ 21st century skills – for FREE

Calling all innovative, ed-tech minded administrators and teachers… now is your chance to participate in a beta testing of Learning.com’s assessment for the NETS-T, measuring teacher proficiency to ISTE’s NETS-T.  Committed to delivering psychometrically valid data, Learning.com rigorously tests their assessments prior to product release.  The benefit for you?  The opportunity to get valid data on teachers’ NETS-T proficiency – for free!  This data can help your school meets its educational technology strategic initiatives (seems like it would be great data for grant proposals!) by identifying staff strengths and weaknesses and thereby defining PD needs.  It’s an excellent, cost-effective way to implement data-informed decision-making at your school.

Here are the important details:

  • Testing windows will take place in February 2010.
  • Testing will take approximately two hours and can be completed anywhere with internet access.
  • Training will be provided to testing coordinators via WebX and there will be a dedicated support person.
  • Reports will be delivered to teachers/schools in March and April.

If you’re interesting in learning more, please contact me, Lia, at lwoo@iaak.net or 487.5437.

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