ISTE Ed and TETC Crosswalk Dance: Collaborative faculty development using ISTE educator standards with teacher educator technology competencies

Virtual Paper ID: 56634
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    Susan Elwood
    Texas A&M University Corpus Christi

Abstract: Faculty integration of the technology standards and competencies remains a challenge in higher education. Communities of Inquiry (Kozan, 2016) is one way to help faculty build self-efficacy through experiences with technology, application, and collaborative curriculum planning. The professional teacher education team of teacher candidate, cooperating teacher, and site professor may find the ISTE Ed and TETC Crosswalk Dance helpful in collaboratively planning and designing learning environments while addressing their individual professional development needs. This article provides the Crosswalk to Rubric Alignment (CRABwalk) protocol. The “CRABwalk within the Crosswalk” occurs as both ISTE Educator standards and TETC competencies are collaboratively reviewed and worked. This protocol is designed to help align a team’s multiple standards / competencies within one assessment and provides a cognitive tool to facilitate partnership collaboration that can result in greater individual and team growth and development.


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