Self-Assessing Your ICT Skills and Your Pedagogy with ICT


How do you make decisions about your own learning goals? Do you practice 'data-driven' decision making?
How do you (and your colleagues, peers, and 'mentors' collaboratively) decide on which professional learning to focus?

The first step in goal-setting is assessing prior knowledge. The two self-assessment surveys linked below are the 'LwICT rubrics'. These LwICT rubrics are found on the LwICT website on the Needs Assessment link. We are using a web 2.0 tool called 'Survey Monkey' to collect your LwICT self-assessment data online.

YOUR TASK: click on the two links below and complete the anonymous self-assessments This data will help you to set your personal learning goals and help your PD committee to make informed decisions about professional learning that we can facilitate in the future. Afterall, in the process of Inquiry and in the LwICT continuum, this is Big Idea: "Gather and Make Sense" - collects primary data using electronic devices (G1.4) ;-) This is indeed, 'data-driven decision making'!


1. Self Assessment of your LwICT Skills Click Here to take survey

This self-assessment will help you and your Literacy with ICT mentor to develop an individual plan to meet your professional learning needs regarding your ICT Skills, and will also help you to determine areas in which you might continue to learn and practice in a self-directed manner. Please judge your competency level in each of the following ICT Literacy areas by checking the box that best describes your current skill level. (Be honest, but be kind!)

2. Self Assessment of your LwICT Pedagogy Click Here to take survey

This self-assessment will help you and your ICT Literacy mentor to develop an individual plan to meet your professional learning needs related to Pedagogy with ICT, and will also help you to determine areas in which you might continue to learn and practice in a self-directed manner. Please judge your competency level in each of the following ICT Pedagogy areas by checking the box that best describes your current skill level. (Be honest, but be kind!)

small_idea_lightbulb.gifThink about how you and your students can create and collect primary data in your own classroom using Survey Monkey. Collecting and analyzing primary data electronically, collaboratively, and online, is part of the LwICT Big Ideas Gather and Make Sense and Collaboration. The FREE version of Survey Monkey allows you to make an unlimited number of surveys, as long as each survey has no more than 10 questions and no more than 100 respondants.




Results


Click here to view the of all the Clifford teachers self-assessments of LwICT pedagogy.

Click here to view the of all the Clifford teachers self-assessments of ICT literacy.

What other organizations say about Teacher Competencies in LwICT:
United Nations Education, Scientific, and Cultural Organization UNESCO
International Society for Technology in Education ISTE



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