International Society for Technological Education NETs Student learning expectations Standards

International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme Approaches Student learning expectations to Learning Skill Creativity and apply existing knowledge to generate new Transfer making connections—including using Innovation ideas, products, or processes knowledge, understanding and skills across subjects to create products or solutions, applying skills and knowledge in unfamiliar situations create original works as a means of personal or group expression. use models and simulations to explore complex Transfer making connections—including using systems and issues. knowledge, understanding and skills across subjects to create products or solutions, applying skills and knowledge in unfamiliar situations identify trends and forecast possibilities. Thinking Skills applying knowledge and concepts— including logical progression of arguments Communication interact, collaborate, and publish with peers, Collaboration working in groups—including and experts, or others employing a variety of digital delegating and taking responsibility, Collaboration environments and media adapting to roles, resolving group conflicts, demonstrating teamwork Collaboration accepting others—including analysing others’ ideas, respecting others’ points of view, using ideas critically communicate information and ideas effectively Communication informing others—including to multiple audiences using a variety of media presentation skills using a variety of and formats. media develop cultural understanding and global Collaboration personal challenges—including awareness by engaging with learners of other respecting cultural differences, cultures negotiating goals and limitations with peers and with teachers

contribute to project teams to produce original Collaboration works or solve problems

working in groups—including delegating and taking responsibility, adapting to roles, resolving group conflicts, demonstrating teamwork

Research and plan strategies to guide inquiry Thinking Skills Information Fluency locate, organize, analyse, evaluate, synthesize, Information and ethically use information from a variety of Literacy sources and media

planning—including storyboarding and outlining a plan accessing information—including researching from a variety of sources using a range of technologies, identifying primary and secondary sources being informed—including the use of a variety of media referencing—including the use of citing, footnotes and referencing of sources, respecting the concept of intellectual property rights selecting and organizing information— including identifying points of view, bias and weaknesses, using primary and secondary sources, making connections between a variety of resources evaluate and select information sources and Communication literacy—including reading strategies, digital tools based on the appropriateness to using and interpreting a range of specific tasks. content-specific terminology Information accessing information—including Literacy researching from a variety of sources using a range of technologies, identifying primary and secondary sources

process data and report results

Critical Thinking, identify and define authentic problems and Thinking skills Problem significant questions for investigation. Solving, and Decision Making plan and manage activities to develop a solution Thinking Skills or complete a project Thinking Skills collect and analyse data to identify solutions Thinking Skills and/or make informed decisions. use multiple processes and diverse perspectives Transfer to explore alternative solutions Thinking Skills

generating ideas—including the use of brainstorming identifying problems—including deductive reasoning, evaluating solutions to problems planning—including storyboarding and outlining a plan applying knowledge and concepts— including logical progression of arguments inquiring—including questioning and challenging information and arguments, developing questions, using the inquiry cycle inquiring in different contexts— including changing the context of an inquiry to gain various perspectives. creating novel solutions—including the combination of critical and creative strategies, considering a problem from multiple perspectives

Digital Citizenship

Technology Operations and Concepts

advocate and practice safe, legal, and responsible use of information and technology exhibit a positive attitude toward using technology that supports collaboration, learning, and productivity demonstrate personal responsibility for lifelong learning. exhibit leadership for digital citizenship. understand and use technology systems Organisation

self-management—including personal goal setting, organization of learning materials

select and use applications effectively and Organisation productively. troubleshoot systems and applications. transfer current knowledge to learning of new Transfer technologies

time management—including using time effectively in class, keeping to deadlines making connections—including using knowledge, understanding and skills across subjects to create products or solutions, applying skills and knowledge in unfamiliar situations

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