Sonoma County Office of Education

Technology for Learners

Technology Skill Development

Technology is not an “elective” with the Common Core Standards and 21st century learning. Abilities to work with technology are essential for success in school, college, and careers. Working to guide development of technology skills among K-12 students, several organizations have provided lists and matrices detailing recommended skills for students, teachers, and administrators.

Fresno County Office of Education
Matrix of Recommended Digital Literacy and Technology Skills
to Support the Common Core State Standards (pdf)

International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE)
Profiles for Technology Literate Students (pdf)
ISTE Student Standards
ISTE 2016 Digital Learner Standards
ISTE Teacher Standards
ISTE Digital Age Coaching Standards
ISTE Administrator Standards

Long Beach Unified School District
CCSS K-12 Technology Scope and Sequence (pdf)

Rincon Valley Union School District
K-8 District Technology Skill Progression (pdf)

Roseland School District
District Technology Plan Summary, K-6 (pdf)
Draft – District Technology Expanded Continuum, 7-12 (pdf)

State of Washington Education Technology Standards
K-12 Standards for Students (pdf)
Tiers of Technology Integration into the Classroom

Districts may want to consider these matrices as they develop multi-year district and site technology plans and begin implementing the Common Core State Standards. The resources can also be referenced as districts define their own technology skill expectations for students.

Contact

  • Rick Phelan, Director, Technology for Learners
    (707) 524-2847,