Digital Learning Competencies
- The teaching and learning process is a complex balance of content knowledge, pedagogical strategies, and technological resources. The Digital Learning Competencies for Teachers, informed by International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE), International Association for K-12 Online Learning (iNACOL), and the NC Professional Teaching Standards, are to be viewed within the context of the current North Carolina Professional Teaching Standards as extensions in relationship with the ways that digital technologies impact and affect schools.
Session Law 2013-11; House Bill 23 authorized the State Board of Education to develop digital teaching and learning competencies to provide a framework for schools of education, school administrators, and classroom teachers.
Beginning in June 2018, all certified personnel must meet the requirement for the new Digital Learning Competencies to renew their license for teaching. All certified personnel must earn 2.0 CEUs in Digital Learning. 2.0 CEUs is equal to 20 instructional hours.
Click on the links below to access the NC Digital Learning Competencies for Teachers and Administrators