Get accurate data on student skills with interactive, performance-based and multiple choice questions.
Meet technology accountability requirements and identify improvement areas with reports at the district, school, class, and student levels.
Give teachers the data they need to provide effective technology instruction and improve student learning.
TechLiteracy Assessment measures the Digital Citizenship and Technology Operations and Concepts strands of the ISTE Standards for Students. It assesses students' foundational technology skills including word processing, databases, multimedia, presentations, Internet use, computer fundamentals, and online safety.
TechLiteracy Assessment provides automatic proficiency reports at the student, class, school, and district levels. The reports show comparative student, class, school, district, and national data along the skill categories assessed.
Questions Assess a Student's Technology Literacy
TechLiteracy Assessment tests offer two types of questions for students to demonstrate their technology literacy skills and knowledge.
Performance-based Questions Assess Skills with Technology Applications and Tasks
Students authentically demonstrate that they can navigate within spreadsheet, word processor, database, browser, and presentation applications, and perform complex tasks.
Multiple Choice Questions Assess Knowledge of Technology Concepts
TechLiteracy Assessment uses two types of multiple choice questions: graphical and text-based.
TechLiteracy Assessment is available for elementary and middle school students
Click on the link below to view a set of sample performance-based and multiple choice questions that represent the types of questions and tasks to which students will respond.
Click Here to view sample items from the elementary school version of the Tech Literacy Assessment
Click Here to view sample items from the middle school version of the Tech Literacy Assessment.