21st Century Skills Assessment: Gauge Students' Grasp of Critical Skills

Teachers Get ISTE-aligned Data to Inform Instruction

Reliably test your students' grasp of 21st century skills, including technology operations, information literacy, digital citizenship, critical thinking, decision making, creativity, and innovation to inform instruction. 

21st Century Skills Assessment helps districts gain practical insight into their elementary and middle school students' digital and higher-order thinking skills.

Assess students on all 24 performance indicators of the ISTE Standards for Students.

Measure student skills accurately using a blend of interactive and performance-based items.

Use included pre- and post-tests to pinpoint challenges and inform teaching.

Address gaps in student knowledge with optional EasyTech curriculum.

Get full reports at the district, school, teacher, class, and student levels.

Standards Alignment

21st Century Skills Assessment addresses 100% of the ISTE Standards for Students by measuring student technology proficiencies including Communication and Collaboration, Critical Thinking and Problem Solving, Creativity, and Digital Citizenship.

Assessment Reporting

21st Century Skills Assessment provides automatic proficiency reports at the student, class, school, and district levels. The reports show comparative class, school, district, and national data along all ISTE Standards for Students strands.

Samples Questions

21st Century Skills Assessment tests offer two types of questions:

Performance-based Questions

Students authentically demonstrate that they can navigate within spreadsheet, word processor, database, browser, and presentation applications, and perform complex tasks. The simulated software has realistic menus and functionality and is deliberately generic, not representing any specific software brand or version. This generic representation enables the assessment to measure durable technology literacy skills that students need as they encounter different software at school, home, libraries, online, and in the future.

Multiple Choice Questions

Multiple choice and rote, memory-based sequence questions would not assess the students' ability to perform a software task, and the correct answer would typically only be true of one brand and specific version of the software.

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21st Century Skills Assessment helps drive decisions based on where students are and how to get them to where they need to be. We like that we can compare our students with other students in the country.
Donna Teuber - Instructional Technology Supervisor - Richland School District Two - Columbia, South Carolina

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