Technology Integration Rubrics


NETS for Teachers Standard III - Teaching, Learning, and the Curriculum
Criteria
Developing
Approaching
Meets

Exceeds

Facilitate technology-enhanced experiences
Instructional activities provide technology-enhanced learning experiences in which the content standards are lost or are secondary to the technology use.
Instructional activities provide technology-enhanced learning experiences that do not adequately use the best features of the technology to support student learning.
Instructional activities provide appropriate technology-enhanced experiences as a means to support content learning.
Instructional activities seamlessly integrate multiple technologies to support student achievement of content standards
Address history content standards
The selection of technology resources to enhance the learning experience is rarely appropriate to meet the content standards of the lesson.
Lesson objectives and instructional activities provide technology-enhanced learning experiences, but the link to standards is weak or unclear.
Lesson objectives and instructional activities are in alignment with appropriate content standards.
Instructional activities provide appropriate choices of technology use for students to demonstrate their proficiency in meeting content standards.
Address student technology standards
(NETS)

The student technology standards (NETS) are referenced but misapplied in the context of the lesson.
Technology-enhanced learning experiences do not explicitly link to student use of technology to student technology standards.
Technology-enhanced learning experiences provide opportunities for students to meet student technology standards in the context of learning content.
Technology-enhanced learning experiences explicitly target specific student technology standards in a sequential manner for introduction, reinforcement, or demonstration of competency in the context of learning content.
NETS for Teachers Standard IV - Assessment and Evaluation
Criteria
Developing
Approaching
Meets
Exceeds
Assess student subject matter knowledge
Technology is rarely used to gather and report student performance data to assess subject matter learning.
Technology is periodically used to gather and report student performance data to assess subject matter learning.
Technology is regularly used to gather, analyze, and report student performance data to assess subject matter learning.
A technology-supported assessment system including electronic portfolios is used to track student learning of subject matter within a grade level over time and across grades, providing a cumulative and developmental record of student learning.
Assess student technology skills
Technology skills and implementation strategies are rarely assessed to evaluate technology competence levels.
Technology skills and implementation strategies are occasionally but irregularly assessed to evaluate technology competence levels.
Technology skills and implementation strategies are assessed repeatedly over time to track changes in technology competence levels.
Technology skills and implementation strategies are assessed repeatedly over time to track changes in technology competence levels to fully meet the NETS for Students.
Use a variety of techniques
A predefined or specific technology tool or technique is used to assess subject matter knowledge, skills, and dispositions for individual or isolated learning activities.
Specific technology tools or techniques are used to assess subject matter learning at regular intervals.
A variety of technology tools and techniques are identified and applied to assess students' learning of subject matter knowledge, skills, and dispositions (i.e., Web-based testing, optical mark readers, student response system, and electronic portfolios).
Multiple technology tools and techniques are applied to form a comprehensive assessment system to assess students' learning of subject matter knowledge, skills, and dispositions.
McNear, A. (2003) International Society for Technology in Education. National Educational Technology Standards for Teachers, Resources for Assessment.