Monday, during the workshop on technology integration for ELL classrooms, I mentioned that the ISTE NETS are available online. In addition, ISTE has published booklets that for each set of standards that includes profiles of students who embody each standards, scenarios illustrating how standards can be met, and for teachers, a rubric for self-evaluation. While you can get the standards online for free, these publications are worth purchasing. (Well, they were for me, in any case.) And if there is someone in your building or corporation who is a member of ISTE, you can get them at a discounted rate.
*They are available on Amazon.com. If you aren't a member, I think that's the cheaper route. However, if you are a member, go to the ISTE bookstore.
If you've never heard of ISTE, there is a conference this summer in Denver that is going to be pretty fantastic judging from the program. I'll be there... If you go, look me up!