Equipping students for careers requiring digital communication
Students look to the internet as a key source of info
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Teaches basics of internet safety
Students can find, consume, create & share digital content
Definition: "the ability to use information and communication technologies to find, evaluate, create, and communicate information requiring both cognitive and technical skills
DL requires the following strategies & skills
Using digital tools to create content
Collaborating with others
Accessing, using, and sharing information
3 Buckets of Digital Literacy
Finding/ Consuming digital information: Ask important questions about online content
Communicating/sharing digital content:Must think about implications of what one shares online.
Creating content: Could be through mediums of tweets, podcasts, videos, emails, or blogs.
DL allows one to find and access digital content, combine info from different sources to develop their own understanding, and create and share digital content in purposeful ways.
Digital Literacy is NOT: sending text messages, reading online, or posting on social media.
Helpful when teaching students about Digital Literacy.