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Technology Applications EC-12 andComputer Science 8-12 StandardsFINALCopyright 2015 Texas State Board for Educator Certification

Educator Standards for Technology Applications EC- 12 and Computer Science 8-12Technology Applications StandardsStandard I. All teachers use and promote creative thinking and innovative processes to construct knowledge, generate newideas, and create products.Standard II. All teachers collaborate and communicate both locally and globally to reinforce and promote learningStandard III. All teachers acquire, analyze, and manage content from digital resources.Standard IV. All teachers make informed decisions by applying critical-thinking and problem-solving skills.Standard V. All teachers practice and promote safe, responsible, legal, and ethical behavior while using technology tools andresources.Standard VI. All teachers demonstrate a thorough understanding of technology concepts, systems, and operations.Standard VII. All teachers know how to plan, organize, deliver, and evaluate instruction for all students that incorporates theeffective use of current technology for teaching and integrating the Technology Applications Texas Essential Knowledge andSkills (TEKS) into the curriculum.Standard VIII. The computer science teacher has the knowledge and skills needed to teach the creativity and innovation;communication and collaboration; research and information fluency; critical thinking, problem solving, and decision making;digital citizenship; and technology operations and concepts strands of the Technology Applications Texas Essential Knowledgeand Skills (TEKS) in computer science, in addition to the content described in Technology Applications Standards I–V.Standard IX. The digital forensics teacher has the knowledge and skills needed to teach the creativity and innovation;communication and collaboration; research and information fluency; critical thinking, problem solving, and decision making;digital citizenship; and technology operations and concepts strands of the Technology Applications Texas Essential Knowledgeand Skills (TEKS) in digital forensics, in addition to the content described in Technology Applications Standards I–V.Standard X The digital art/animation teacher has the knowledge and skills needed to teach the creativity and innovation;communication and collaboration; research and information fluency; critical thinking, problem solving, and decision making;digital citizenship; and technology operations and concepts strands of the Technology Applications Texas Essential Knowledgeand Skills (TEKS) in digital art/animation, in addition to the content described in Technology Applications Standards I–V.Standard XI. The robotics teacher has the knowledge and skills needed to teach the creativity and innovation; communicationand collaboration; research and information fluency; critical thinking, problem solving, and decision making; digital citizenship;and technology operations and concepts strands of the Technology Applications Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS)in robotics, in addition to the content described in Technology Applications Standards I–V.Standard XII. The digital communications teacher has the knowledge and skills needed to teach the creativity and innovation;communication and collaboration; research and information fluency; critical thinking, problem solving, and decision making;digital citizenship; and technology operations and concepts strands of the Technology Applications Texas Essential Knowledgeand Skills (TEKS) in digital communications, in addition to the content described in Technology Applications Standards I–V.Standard XIII. The Web design teacher has the knowledge and skills needed to teach the creativity and innovation;communication and collaboration; research and information fluency; critical thinking, problem solving, and decision making;digital citizenship; and technology operations and concepts strands of the Technology Applications Texas Essential Knowledgeand Skills (TEKS) in Web design, in addition to the content described in Technology Applications Standards I–V.Standard XIV. The game/application development teacher has the knowledge and skills needed to teach the creativity andinnovation; communication and collaboration; research and information fluency; critical thinking, problem solving, and decisionmaking; digital citizenship; and technology operations and concepts strands of the Technology Applications Texas EssentialApproved October 16, 2015Page 2

Educator Standards for Technology Applications EC- 12 and Computer Science 8-12Standard I. All teachers use and promote creative thinking and innovative processes toconstruct knowledge, generate new ideas, and create products.Teacher Knowledge: What All Teachers KnowApplication: What All Teachers Can DoTeachers of Students in Grades EC–12Teachers of Students in Grades EC–12The beginning teacher knows and understandsThe beginning teacher is able to teach students to1.1k how to use innovative technology and electroniccommunication to create new knowledge;1.1s design and create interdisciplinary multimediapresentations that include audio, video, text, andgraphics;1.2k how to use prior knowledge to develop new ideas,products, and processes; and1.3k how to demonstrate creative thinking, constructnew knowledge, and develop innovative products andprocesses that use technology.1.2s explore complex systems or issues by usingmodels, simulations, and new technologies to develophypotheses, modify input, and analyze results;1.3s analyze trends and forecast possibilities anddevelop steps for the creation of an innovative processor product;1.4s apply prior knowledge to develop new ideas,products, and processes; and1.5s create, present, publish, and copyright originalworks as a means of personal or group expression.Approved October 16, 2015Page 3

Educator Standards for Technology Applications EC- 12 and Computer Science 8-12Standard II. All teachers collaborate and communicate both locally and globally using digitaltools and resources to reinforce and promote learning.Teacher Knowledge: What All Teachers KnowApplication: What All Teachers Can DoTeachers of Students in Grades EC–12Teachers of Students in Grades EC–12The beginning teacher knows and understandsThe beginning teacher is able to teach students to2.1k how to design and format digital information forappropriate and effective communication;2.1s use technical writing strategies to create productssuch as a technical instruction guide;2.2k how to deliver a product electronically in a varietyof media;2.2s participate in electronic communities as a learner,initiator, and contributor;2.3k how to evaluate communication in terms of bothprocess and product; and2.3s employ technological collaboration such assharing information through online communications tocomplete tasks;2.4k how to use a variety of digital tools to create andmanage personal and professional learning networksfor collaboration, communication, and instruction.2.4s use groupware, collaborative software, andproductivity tools to create products;2.5s use technology in self-directed activities to createproducts for and share products with definedaudiences;2.6s evaluate student-created products through selfand peer review for relevance to the assignment or taskprior to final submission;2.7s use productivity tools, such as slide shows,posters, multimedia presentations, newsletters, banners,brochures, or reports, to create effective document filesfor defined audiences;2.8s use a variety of media, formats, devices, andvirtual environments to select, store, and deliverproducts;2.9s design and create interdisciplinary multimediapresentations that include audio, video, text, andgraphics for defined audiences; and2.10s create and manage personal learning networks tocollaborate and publish with peers, experts, or othersby using digital tools such as blogs, wikis, audio/videocommunication, or other emerging technologies.Approved October 16, 2015Page 4

Educator Standards for Technology Applications EC- 12 and Computer Science 8-12Standard III. All teachers acquire, analyze, and manage content from digital resources.Teacher Knowledge: What All Teachers KnowApplication: What All Teachers Can DoTeachers of Students in Grades EC–12Teachers of Students in Grades EC–12The beginning teacher knows and understandsThe beginning teacher is able to teach students to3.1k how to use strategies for acquiring informationfrom electronic resources in a variety of formats;3.1s use strategies to locate and acquire desiredinformation from collaborative software and onlineresources;3.2k how to evaluate and validate acquired electronicinformation; and3.3k how to access and use online help.3.2s apply appropriate electronic search strategies inthe acquisition of information to guide inquiry,including keyword and Boolean search strategies;3.3s use online help and other documentation;3.4s determine and employ methods to evaluateelectronic information for accuracy and validity;3.5s resolve information conflicts and validateinformation by accessing,researching, and comparing data from multiplesources;3.6s identify the source, location, media type,relevancy, and content validity of availableinformation; and3.7s process data and communicate results.Approved October 16, 2015Page 5

Educator Standards for Technology Applications EC- 12 and Computer Science 8-12Standard IV. All teachers make informed decisions by applying critical-thinking and problemsolving skills.Teacher Knowledge: What All Teachers KnowApplication: What All Teachers Can DoTeachers of Students in Grades EC–12The beginning teacher is able to teach students to4.10s design and implement procedures to track trends,set timelines, and review/evaluate progress forcontinual improvement in process and product;4.11s design and implement procedures for trackingtrends, setting timelines, and reviewing and evaluatingproducts through the use of technology tools such asdatabase managers, daily/monthly planners, and projectmanagement tools; and4.12s determine and employ technology specificationsto evaluate projects for design, content delivery,purpose, and audience and demonstrate that establishedcriteria or rubrics can be used to evaluate the processand product.Approved October 16, 2015Page 6

Educator Standards for Technology Applications EC- 12 and Computer Science 8-12Standard V. All teachers practice safe, responsible, legal, and ethical behavior while usingtechnology tools and resources.Teacher Knowledge: What All Teachers KnowApplication: What All Teachers Can DoTeachers of Students in Grades EC–12Teachers of Students in Grades EC–12The beginning teacher knows and understandsThe beginning teacher is able to teach students to5.1k laws and issues regarding the use of technology insociety;5.2k how to practice and explain ethical acquisition ofinformation and standard methods for citing sources;5.1s understand copyright laws, fair use guidelines,digital safety rules, creative commons, free and opensource, public domain, violations, and issues includingbut not limited to computer hacking, computer piracy,intentional virus setting, and invasion of privacy;5.3k how to practice and explain safe and appropriateonline behavior, personal security guidelines, digitaletiquette, and acceptable use of technology.5.2s model ethical acquisition and use of digitalinformation, including using established methods tocite sources;5.3s demonstrate proper etiquette and knowledge ofacceptable use of electronic information and productswhile in an individual classroom, a lab, or on theInternet or an intranet;5.4s model respect for intellectual property whenmanipulating, morphing, and editing graphics, video,text, and sound;5.5s understand and explain the negative impact ofinappropriate technology use, including online bullyingand harassment, hacking, intentional virus setting,invasion of privacy, and piracy of software, music,video, and other media; and5.6s understand and practice safe and responsibleonline behavior, personal security guidelines, digitaletiquette, and acceptable use of technology.Approved October 16, 2015Page 7

Educator Standards for Technology Applications EC- 12 and Computer Science 8-12Standard VI. All teachers demonstrate a thorough understanding of technology concepts,systems, and operations.Teacher Knowledge: What All Teachers KnowApplication: What All Teachers Can DoTeachers of Students in Grades EC–12Teachers of Students in Grades EC–12The beginning teacher knows and understandsThe beginning teacher is able to teach students to6.1k the correct use of hardware components, softwareprograms and various systems and their connections;6.1s demonstrate knowledge and appropriate use ofoperating systems, hardware systems, network systems,virtual systems, learning systems, softwareapplications, and communication and networkingcomponents;6.2k how to use software applications, includingselecting and using software for a defined task;6.3k how to compare and contrast various networksystems; and6.4k how to apply basic design principles.6.2s manipulate files by using appropriate namingconventions, file management (including folderstructures and tagging), file conversions, and emergingdigital organizational strategies;6.3s compare, contrast, and appropriately use variousinput, processing, output, and primary/secondarystorage devices;6.4s navigate systems and applications accessingperipherals both locally and remotely;6.5s select and use software and Internet tools for adefined task according to quality, appropriateness,effectiveness, and efficiency;6.6s delineate and make necessary adjustmentsregarding compatibility issues, including but notlimited to digital file formats and cross-platformconnectivity;6.7s use and understand technology terminologyappropriate to the task;6.8s perform basic software application functions,including but not limited to opening an applicationprogram and creating, modifying, printing, andsaving documents;6.9s apply techniques and available resources (such asonline help and knowledge bases) to troubleshootminor technical problems with hardware and software;6.10s evaluate and select technology tools based onlicensing, application, and support;6.11s how to compare and contrast LANs, WANs, theInternet, and intranets;Approved October 16, 2015Page 8

Educator Standards for Technology Applications EC- 12 and Computer Science 8-126.12s use a variety of input and storage devices such asmouse/track pad, keyboard, microphone, digitalcamera, digital voice recorder, scanner,disk/disc, modem, and controller;6.13s demonstrate keyboarding proficiency intechnique and posture while building speed andaccuracy;6.14s use digital keyboarding standards for data inputsuch as one space after punctuation, the use of em/endashes, and smart quotation marks;6.15s identify, create, and use files in variousappropriate formats such as text, bitmapped/vector andraster graphics, image, video, and audio files;6.16s access, manage, and manipulate informationfrom secondary storage and remote devices;6.17s use digital typography standards such as readablefonts, alignment, page setup, tabs, table properties, andruler settings to plan, create, and edit word processingdocuments;6.18s use advanced computational and graphiccomponents, trending tools, all data types, formulasand functions, and chart information to plan, create,and edit spreadsheet documents;6.19s plan, create, and edit databases by manipulatingcomponents, including defining fields,Approved October 16, 2015Page 9

Educator Standards for Technology Applications EC- 12 and Computer Science 8-12Standard VII. All teachers know how to plan, organize, deliver, and evaluate instruction for allstudents that incorporates the effective use of current technology for teaching and integratingthe Technology Applications Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) into the curriculum.Teacher Knowledge: What All Teachers KnowApplication: What All Teachers Can Do7.10s use a variety of instructional strategies to ensureall students’ reading comprehension of content-relatedtexts, including helping students link the content oftexts to their lives and connect related ideas acrossdifferent texts;7.11s locate, retrieve, and retain content-relatedinformation from a range of texts and technologies;7.12s use appropriate sources, such as dictionaries,thesauruses, glossaries, and search engines to locate themeanings and pronunciations of unfamiliar contentrelated words;7.13s use technology tools to perform administrativetasks such as taking attendance, maintaining gradebooks, and facilitating communication;7.14s use formal and informal assessment methods toevaluate appropriately students’ projects andportfolios;7.15s collect observable and measurable data to gaugestudent progress and adjust instruction in TechnologyApplications;7.16s conduct an ongoing self-assessment of strengthsand weaknesses in the knowledge and skills ofTechnology Applications;7.17s develop and implement an individual plan forprofessional growth in the knowledge and skills ofTechnology Applications; and7.18s incorporate new strategies to improve classroominstruction in Technology Applications.Approved October 16, 2015Page 10

Educator Standards for Technology Applications EC- 12 and Computer Science 8-12Standard VIII. The computer science teacher has the knowledge and skills needed to teach thecreativity and innovation; communication and collaboration; research and information fluency;critical thinking, problem solving, and decision making; digital citizenship; and technologyoperations and concepts. strands of the Technology Applications Texas Essential Knowledgeand Skills (TEKS) in computer science, in addition to the content described in TechnologyApplications Standards I–V.Teacher Knowledge: What Teachers ofApplication: What Computer Science TeachersComputer Science KnowCan DoTeachers of Students in Grades 7-12Teachers of Students in Grades 7-12The beginning teacher of computer science knows andunderstandsThe beginning teacher of computer science is able toteach students toCreativity and InnovationCreativity and Innovation8.1k how to use digital resources and communicationto create new knowledge and share ideas;8.1s investigate and explore career opportunities withinthe computer science field and report findings throughvarious media;8.2k how to develop products and generate newunderstandings by extending existing knowledge;8.2s use online communities and digital products toextend the learning environment beyond the classroomby participating as a learner, initiator, contributor, andteacher/mentor;8.3s participate in relevant, meaningful activities in thelarger community and society to create electronicprojects;8.4s create and publish interactive stories, games, andanimations; algorithms for solving problems; and Webpages by using a mark-up language along with creativeand effective user interfaces;8.5s Create digital products to improve teaching andlearning in the other subject areas;8.6s compare, contrast, and select designmethodologies and implementation techniques such astop-down, bottom-up, and black box;8.7s analyze, modify, and evaluate existing code andlarge programs, including performing a case study on alarge program that implements inheritance and blackbox programming;8.8s identify and select the appropriate data type(integer, real, Boolean), abstract data type, advanceddata structure, and supporting8.17s use the principles of software engineering towork collaboratively in software design teams to breaka problem statement into specific solutionrequirements, create a program-development plan,code part of a solution from a program-developmentplan while a partner codes the remaining part, team testApproved October 16, 2015Page 11

Educator Standards for Technology Applications EC- 12 and Computer Science 8-12Standard VIII. The computer science teacher has the knowledge and skills needed to teach thecreativity and innovation; communication and collaboration; research and information fluency;critical thinking, problem solving, and decision making; digital citizenship; and technologyoperations and concepts. strands of the Technology Applications Texas Essential Knowledgeand Skills (TEKS) in computer science, in addition to the content described in TechnologyApplications Standards I–V.the solution for correctness, and develop presentationsto report the solution findings;8.18s convert spoken language statements toappropriate statements in propositional logic;8.19s explain basic terminology of sets, functions, andrelations;8.20s define and provide examples of logicalequivalence, normal forms, validity, and modusponens/modus tollens;Research and Information FluencyResearch and Information Fluency8.7k how to use a variety of strategies for acquiringinformation from electronic resources;8.21s use local area networks (LANs) and wide areanetworks (WANs), including the Internet and intranets,in research, file management, and collaboration;8.8k how to use programming languages and othertechniques to process, analyze and to evaluate acquiredelectronic information;8.22s use an assortment of resources together withvarious productivity tools to gather authentic data as abasis for individual and group programming projects;8.23s understand programming file structure and fileaccess and to acquire, process, write, and modifyinformation from text files of known and unknownsizes;8.24s construct truth tables for negation, conjunction,disjunction, implication, bi-conditional, and bitoperators and to demonstrate propositional relations;Critical Thinking, Problems Solving andDecision MakingCritical Thinking, Problems Solving andDecision Making8.9k how to analyze problems and design algorithms;8.25s understand various number-base systems and usethem to count, convert, and perform mathematicaloperations individually and between one another;8.10k how to use appropriate computer-basedproductivity tools and current programming languagesto create and modify solutions to problems;8.11k how to use technology applications to facilitateevaluation of work, including both process andproduct;8.26s design and code a solution to a problem byidentifying the program’s purpose and goals, the datatypes and objects needed, the subtasks to be performed,and the reusable components from existing code;8.27s understand and use variables in a program orprogrammed story, game, or animation, and understandthe concept of scope;Approved October 16, 2015Page 12

Educator Standards for Technology Applications EC- 12 and Computer Science 8-12Standard VIII. The computer science teacher has the knowledge and skills needed to teach thecreativity and innovation; communication and collaboration; research and information fluency;critical thinking, problem solving, and decision making; digital citizenship; and technologyoperations and concepts. strands of the Technology Applications Texas Essential Knowledgeand Skills (TEKS) in computer science, in addition to the content described in TechnologyApplications Standards I–V.8.28s manipulate data values by casting between datatypes and represent and manipulate text data by usingconcatenation and other string functions;8.29s identify and use the following data structures totraverse, search, modify, insert, and delete data: onedimensional array, two-dimensional array, twodimensional ragged array, array of objects, and listobject, including vector;8.30s understand and create program solutions throughthe use of stacks, queues, trees, heaps, priority queues,graph theory, enumerated data types, sets (includingHashSet and TreeSet), and maps (including HashMapand TreeMap);8.31s use arithmetic operators to create mathematicalexpressions, including addition, subtraction,multiplication, real division, integer division, andmodulus division;8.32s demonstrate proficiency in the use of shortcircuit evaluation and in the use of Boolean algebra,including De Morgan laws;8.33s develop sequential algorithms to solvenonbranching and noniterative problems;8.34s develop decision-making algorithms through theuse of conditional (selection control) statements thatuse if-then-else statements; switch statements (casestatements/multiway branches), including break, label,and continue; and nested conditional statements;8.35s develop iterative algorithms that use for loops,while loops, do-while loops, and nested loops;8.36s develop program solutions that use assignment,relational operators, logical operators, bitwiseoperators, ternary operator, and iterators;8.37s create program solutions to problems by usingavailable mathematics libraries, including absolutevalue, round, power, square, and square root;8.38s develop program solutions that generate and userandom numbers;8.39s construct, evaluate, and compare searchingalgorithms, including linear and binary searches;Approved October 16, 2015Page 13

Educator Standards for Technology Applications EC- 12 and Computer Science 8-12Standard VIII. The computer science teacher has the knowledge and skills needed to teach thecreativity and innovation; communication and collaboration; research and information fluency;critical thinking, problem solving, and decision making; digital citizenship; and technologyoperations and concepts. strands of the Technology Applications Texas Essential Knowledgeand Skills (TEKS) in computer science, in addition to the content described in TechnologyApplications Standards I–V.8.40s identify, describe, construct, evaluate, andcompare sorting algorithms that perform sortingoperations on data structures, including quadraticalgorithms for selection, bubble, and insertionsorts; linearithmic algorithms for heap, quick, andmerge sorts; and other efficient algorithms, includingshell sort;8.41s explore common algorithms, including findingthe greatest common divisor, finding the biggestnumber out of three, finding primes, making achange, finding the average, performing matrixaddition and multiplication, fractals, Towers of Hanoi,and magic squares;8.42s develop algorithms to solve various problems,including factoring, summing a series, finding the rootsof a quadratic equation, and generating Fibonaccinumbers;8.43s identify, trace, and appropriately use recursion inprogramming solutions, including algebraiccomputations;8.44s understand and create program solutions throughthe use of hashing;8.45s select the most appropriate algorithm for adefined problem;8.46s compare and contrast the efficiency of search andsort algorithms, including linear, linearithmic,quadratic, and recursive strategies, by using informalruntime comparisons, exact calculation of statementexecution counts, and theoretical efficiency valuesusing big-O notation, including worst-case, best-case,and average-case time/space analysis;8.47s understand object-oriented design concepts andthe relationships among defined classes (includingcomposition and inheritance), abstract classes,interfaces, nested classes (inner classes and outerclasses), and anonymous classes;8.48s design classes that include class declarations,local and global variable declarations, constantdeclarations, method declarations, parameterdeclarations, and interface declarations;Approved October 16, 2015Page 14

Educator Standards for Technology Applications EC- 12 and Computer Science 8-12Standard VIII. The computer science teacher has the knowledge and skills needed to teach thecreativity and innovation; communication and collaboration; research and information fluency;critical thinking, problem solving, and decision making; digital citizenship; and technologyoperations and concepts. strands of the Technology Applications Texas Essential Knowledgeand Skills (TEKS) in computer science, in addition to the content described in TechnologyApplications Standards I–V.8.49s create subroutines that do and do not return typedvalues with and without the use of arguments andparameters, and identify the data-binding processbetween arguments and parameters;8.50s instantiate objects of classes, and use referencevariables for objects;8.51s extend, modify, and improve existing code byusing inheritance; use object reference scopeidentifiers, including null, this, and super; and createadaptive behaviors, including overloading and usingpolymorphism;8.52s design and implement multiclass programs thatuse abstract classes and interfaces;8.53s compare objects by using reference values and acomparison routine, duplicate objects by using deepand/or shallow copy, and examine and mutate theproperties of an object using accessors and modifiers;8.54s provide object functionality to primitive datatypes;8.55s write program assumptions in the form ofassertions, write a Boolean expression to test aprogram assertion, and construct assertions tomake explicit program invariants;8.56s create program solutions that exhibit robustbehavior by understanding and avoiding runtime errorsand handling anticipated errors, including division byzero and type mismatch;8.57s identify problems and debug errors (includingcompile, syntax, runtime, and logic errors) by usingerror messages, reference materials, languagedocumentation, and effective strategies;8.58s test program solutions by entering valid andinvalid test data; investigating boundary conditions;testing classes, methods, and libraries in isolation; andperforming stepwise refinement;8.59s analyze and modify existing code to improve theunderlying algorithm;8.60s perform pattern recognition by using regularexpressions;Approved October 16, 2015Page 15

Educator Standards for Technology Applications EC- 12 and Computer Science 8-12Standard VIII. The computer science teacher has the knowledge and skills needed to teach thecreativity and innovation; communication and collaboration; research and information fluency;critical thinking, problem solving, and decision making; digital citizenship; and tech

Educator Standards for Technology Applications EC- 12 and Computer Science 8-12 . All teachers use and promote creative thinking and innovative processes to construct knowledge, generate new ideas, and create products. Standard II. All teachers collaborate and communicate both locally and globally to reinforce and promote learning .

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