Standard can be a moving target, with a challenge of keeping standards related to an ever changing world of technology, current and up-to-date. The K-12 Horizon Report is great starting point, as it looks at what’s over the horizon for K-12 schools and is updated every year. ISTE, the International Society for Technology in Education, worked with educators from across the world to create a set of technology standards for students, teachers, administrators, technology coaches, and computer science educators. As what we expect users to do with technology changes, these standards must be updated. The 2007 Technology Standards for Students, previously referred to as NETS - National Education Technology Standards, received a significant rewrite to create the ISTE Standards for Students 2016 (draft.) It includes these six categories: Empowered Learner, Knowledge Constructor, Innovative Designer/Maker, Computational Thinker, Global Collaborator, and Digital Citizen
New Media Consortium's K-12 Horizon Report - What is on horizon for K-12 schools?
ISTE Standards for Students 2016 - Draft
K - 8 ELA Technology Integration Standards - Integrating Common Core State Standards/ISTE Standards (a collection of .pdf documents completed by MAISD area educators in 2013.)
- Michigan’s Educational Technology Standards for Students - METS (2009)