Gauge technology skills levels and pinpoint areas for future development using a variety of assessment tools.
Based on recent ISTE NETS-T standards, Atomic Learning's teacher assessment provides prescriptive paths to help educators gain the knowledge needed to incorporate 21st century skills.
Based on recent ISTE NETS-S standards, this assessment helps to gauge technology skills levels. The assessment goes beyond measuring the ability to simply perform a task, and focuses on measuring one's ability to apply technology.
Using a simple self-scoring system, Atomic Learning's Self Assessment framework helps individuals rate their proficiency with essential digital literacy elements-including Collecting Organizing, Manipulating, Formatting and Communication data and media.
SimpleAssessment was created by InfoSource Learning. They've been involved with technology proficiency for over 25 years. They are involved in partnerships with leading technology companies such as Certiport and are a Microsoft Certified Gold Partner. School districts, education consortiums, and State Departments of Education rely on InfoSource Learning to provide teachers, students, and administrators with high-quality, cost-effective technology training.
The No Child Left Behind Act stipulates that all students must be technologically literate by the end of 8th grade. However, many schools across the country were struggling to find an easy, cost-effective, measurable way to assess the tech literacy of their fifth, sixth, seventh, and eighth graders. So, InfoSource gathered a Technology Assessment Committee composed of school technologists and educators from across the country to help create the SimpleAssessment tests.