ICT competency standards for teachers: implementation guidelines, version
1.0. by UNESCO, 2008.
The ICT competency standards for teachers have been designed by UNESCO and
its partners to help educational policy-makers and curriculum developers
identify the skills teachers need to harness technology in the service of
Developed in cooperation with Cisco, Intel and Microsoft, as well as the
International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE), and the Virginia
Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech), the standards
consist of three parts:
* a policy framework explaining the rationale, structure and approach of
* a competency standards modules' structure, which crosses the components
of educational reform with various policy approaches to generate a matrix
of skill sets for teachers; and
* implementation guidelines providing a detailed syllabus of the specific
skills to be acquired by teachers within each skill set or module.
Dr. Anup Kumar Das
New Delhi, India
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