(1) A graduating student at the proficient level in technology demonstrates solid academic performance. He/she:
(a) evaluates and independently selects digital tools to synchronously and asynchronously communicate with others in and out of their classroom environment;
(b) evaluates and independently selects digital tools to collaborate with others on projects and assignments in and out of their classroom environment;
(c) consistently uses and advocates to others safe, legal, and responsible practices in using communication and collaboration technologies;
(d) effectively synthesizes and communicates the results of research with others using digital presentation tools both online and in person; and
(e) effectively uses technology to learn and teach beyond the scope of the traditional classroom.