Technology Assessments

Click on the links below for Web resources related to assessing technolgy proficiency:

Student Technololgy Assessments


  • New Hampshire ePortfolio Model - Click on this link to view New Hampshire's model for ePortfolios: http://www.nheon.org/ictliteracy/PortfolioCube.pdf
  • North Carolina State Assessment - North Carolina has created a state ssessment. For more information, go to: http://www.ncpublicschools.org/accountability/testing/computerskills/.
  • RESC Report on Student Technology Assessments - Click on this link to go to a report compiled by the Alliance of Regional Educational Service Centers that reviews a number of resources on tech assessment: www.ct.gov/cen/lib/cen/ CT_RESC_Alliance_Student_Tech_**assessment**.pdf.
  • RESC Student Technology Assessments Website - Click on this link to go to a Web site compiled by the Alliance of Regional Educational Service Centers that reviews a number of resources on tech assessment: http://www.learncit.org/sta/
  • Resources for Student Assessment - Click on this link to view information about an ISTE book, NETS*S: Resources for Student Assessment. According to the ISTE Web site, the book uses "NETS-based strategies and tools" and includes "detailed guidelines for creating and choosing reliable tests of technology literacy for various grades, as well as case studies and best practices at the site, district, and state levsls."
  • SimpleAssessment - Click on this link for a free student technology assessment from Info Source: http://www.simpleassessment.com/
  • Study Island - Study Island has added a tech assessment. For more information, go to: http://www.studyisland.com/,
  • Quia - If you go to http://www.quia.com and type in technology, you will find a number of free assessments.

Teacher Technololgy Assessments