In conjunction with the Ohio Department of Education, Monroeville Local Schools continuously evaluates and updates Curriculum to keep pace with the technologically advancing work. Teachers will use technology in their day-to-day lessons to engage, equip and empower learning and prepare students to be competitive global citizens who will positively impact the future. These District technology standards are aligned with the K-12 National Educational Technology Standards for students and teacher benchmarks (NETS-5 & NETS-T). These standards reflect professional studies and best practices in using technology in education and inform lesson design. The standards facilitate developing concepts and skills for applying technology in a K-12 educational setting. We believe that technology is a tool; not a teacher. The teacher uses that tool to deliver, facilitate and innovative teaching and learning.
The following K-12 technology indicators are meant to define the minimum required content and skills that our students should know and be able to do at each grade level. We believe the indicators provide a fundamental developmental framework for how and when students will achieve technology fluency and make informed decisions.