Learning & Leading Through Technology
When ISTE began developing educational technology standards for PK-12 students in the early 1990s, it was ahead of its time. The organization saw the need to prepare students for the future, and it invested in standards as a way to give schools a clear path to staying relevant. The future that ISTE foresaw has definitely arrived, but it's not standing still. To ensure that the standards remain useful for students and educators around the world, ISTE has submitted them to a rigorous updating and revision process.
Original Publication Citation
Crompton, H. (2014). Research Windows: ISTE standards in the research. Learning & Leading Through Technology, 41(6), 38-39.
Crompton, Helen, "Research Windows: ISTE Standards in the Research" (2014). Teaching & Learning Faculty Publications. 61.