Technology Goals & NJ Core Curriculum Content Standards

Hunterdon County Educational Technology Vision Statement
Students will achieve the 21st century skills needed to effectively compete, connect, communicate and collaborate in a global society by developing a culture of digital citizenship. The school community will use current and emerging technologies to voluntarily and continuously improve and expand their teaching and learning in and away from school.

The Educational Technology Plan for New Jersey

Vision Statement
All students will be prepared to meet the challenge of a dynamic global society in which they participate, contribute, achieve, and flourish through universal access to people, information and ideas.

GOAL 1: All students will be prepared to excel in the community, workplace and in our global society using 21st century skills.

GOAL 2: All educators, including administrators, will attain the 21st century skills and knowledge necessary to effectively integrate educational technology in order to enable students to achieve the goals of the core curriculum content standards and experience success in a global society.

GOAL 3: Educational technology will be accessible by students, teachers and administrators and utilized for instructional and administrative purposes in all learning environments, including classrooms, library media centers, and other educational settings such as community centers and libraries.

GOAL 4: New Jersey school districts will establish and maintain the technology infrastructure necessary for all students, administrators and staff to safely access digital information on demand and to communicate virtually.

For more info visit http://www.nj.gov/education/techno/state_plan.htm

 New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards

for

Technology

INTRODUCTION

Technology  in the 21st Century

Technology is uniquely positioned to transform learning, to foster critical thinking,creativity, and innovatio