Kentucky lawmakers could soon decide whether to make technology standards part of teacher evaluations. The state Education Professional Standards Board has approved a set of skills teachers would be required to demonstrate under the proposal, which has been passed on to the Kentucky legislature.

Under the plan, teachers would have to show they can connect and install computers, use scanners and other equipment for multimedia presentations, and use computers and the internet for interactive learning. Teachers also would be expected to use computers to design tests and lessons and to show students how to use computers for self-instruction.


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