The mark of an ISTE Standards-aligned resource
The ISTE Seal of Alignment program recognizes edtech products for their alignment to the ISTE Standards. When you see the seal, you’ll know the resource or tool provides a high-quality, standards-aligned learning experience that enhances students’ digital age skills.
See the seal, trust the resource
Products that earn the ISTE Seal of Alignment are selected through a rigorous review process by a panel of ISTE Standards experts to ensure they help build the skills spelled out in the standards indicators.
This resource features 21 instructional modules (“things”) that rely on technology to accomplish. Includes embedded project-based activities and assignments to help students create individualized digital portfolios to showcase their proficiency. This is a free resource.
Brings students from across the globe together for one-to-one collaboration to solve real-world problems. Courses use technology to promote shared learning, collaborative problem-solving and work strategies, with an emphasis on the development of the cultural understanding necessary to work with international partners.
A comprehensive set of curriculum resources based on learning standards and full of interactive elements and lesson plans. Teachers also receive access to a growing library of over 6,500 individual resources that can be customized to create lessons for their student population.
TypingClub is a web-based, customizable educational platform for keyboarding that can be used in class or at home. Interactive lessons provide instant, meaningful feedback that encourages students to continue practicing. This is a free resource with optional paid school edition available.
Supports Holocaust education through access to thousands of hours of video testimony from Holocaust survivors, half a million photographs and an online library of articles and support documents. Offers online response forms and a simple online video editing program. This is a free resource.
A professional development program that supports the effective integration of technology into classroom instruction. Developed with a diverse cohort of educators, the curriculum is rooted in strategies that allow teachers to explore, experience and apply digital tools in the classroom. The program combines face-to-face delivery with online tools and activities.
A 12-month portfolio assessment program that engages teachers in an intensive, deeply reflective process to determine if their instructional technology practices meet the ISTE Standards. Designed for self-directed learners, confident in their use of technology and eager to measure their use of technology in the classroom against an international standard.
Online courses that provide educators with personalized, self-paced, competency-based learning in two formats -- academies and micro-courses. Each course focuses on a unique digital theme, relevant research and best practices for digital learning.
A globally recognized credential that validates that the person has the computing skills needed to succeed in entry-level business settings and college.