Bridge the Gap: The NCCE ISTE Educator Certification

By Miguel Guhlin (@tceamg, – See Miguel’s bio online:

“The geography of our organization now depends on where you’re standing,” says Dr. Heidi Rogers. Technology bridges the gap that geography makes wide. When teaching and learning span the world, how do you plan and assess success? That’s where the ISTE Educator Standards come in. In this blog entry, we’ll explore the seven standards through the lens of a TCEA and NCCE joint effort.

A Collaborative Partnership: NCCE & TCEA

The face-to-face session took place one weekend, November 17-18, 2018. Educators from many states (e.g. Idaho, Washington, and Montana) explored the ISTE Standards. A  Director of Professional Development, Miguel Guhlin, the first Texan to become a certified ISTE Educator, led the exploration. Feedback from participants included the following remarks:

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