The educator possesses skills and attitudes for the effective use of digital tools.
Note: This section does not include functional knowledge of specific digital tools used by the school. It is suggested that individual schools develop or adapt rubrics for each of the major digital tools or systems it uses.
The digital tools that should be considered for rubrics would be:
- Communication, Collaboration, and Resource Management Suite (e.g. G Suite, Office 365)
- Learning Management System
- Student Information System
- Devices and Operating System
- Media Creation and Publishing Tool
EMERGING – Uses digital tools provided by the school to complete administrative and instructional tasks, achieves the “emerging” level on rubrics for digital tools used by the school.
EXPECTED – Utilises advanced features of digital tools to improve administrative and instructional tasks, achieves the “expected” level on rubrics for digital tools used by the school.
EXCEEDING – Utilises a range of digital tools to improve administrative and instructional tasks, achieves an “exceeding” level on rubrics for digital tools used by the school.
EXEMPLARY – Develops expertise in a range of digital tools, shares opportunities to improve the use of digital tools in the school, achieves an “exemplary” level on rubrics for digital tools used by the school.
EMERGING – Retains access to digital tools and resources, utilises search features within digital tools, maintains the physical security of resources.
EXPECTED – Uses a backup process for resources, utilises an organisational system for storage and transition of digital resources, ensures the security of digital resources.
EXCEEDING – Provides guidance and assistance to others to secure and manage resources.
EXEMPLARY – Shares advice and knowledge to improve security and resource management.
EMERGING – Takes responsibility to solve problems, can articulate the skill to be developed or the problem to be solved, tries different approaches before seeking support.
EXPECTED – Seeks support from a variety of sources, takes responsibility for the development of skills.
EXCEEDING – Improves efficiency in troubleshooting and skill development, helps others to solve problems and develop skills.
EXEMPLARY – Supports others in the development of their independence.