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Critical digital literacy: Ten key readings for our distrustful media age Misinformation and distrust are the characteristics of our time. They make the question of how to promote critical digital literacy particularly important. In this post, Gianfranco Polizzi suggests ten key texts that offer a framework for thinking about how to approach it. is a PhD researcher at the . Employing a mixed qualitative methodology, his PhD looks at the intersection of critical digital literacy with practices of civic, political participation.
User menu Search form Search Don't Miss Out Sign up now for the latest news, top picks in educational tools, and helpful tips for the classroom. I'm not in the U.S. Common Sense Education Comprehensive resources including lesson plans, digital games, assessments,professional development for teachers, and family education materials toteach students safe and responsible technology use. Share Blog 7 Easy Ways to Get Families on Board with Digital Citizenship Make digital citizenship a priority at school and at home.
News Must-know news, insights and opinions at the juncture of education and technology. What We Do EdSurge serves up the best resources to people who choose, use, manage, implement or build edtech. Get the Latest Education Technology News, Jobs, Research and Opportunities. Fake News, Confirmation Bias and Selective Attention: Teaching Digital Literacy #DLNchat By Sep 13, 2018 How do educators support digital citizenship? Does information need singular meaning to be useful? Has cognitive dissonance grown in the digital era? These were a few of the questions tweeted at on Tuesday, September 11, when we debated how to best teach digital and information literacy in higher education.
Get the Latest Education Technology News, Jobs, Research and Opportunities. Fake News, Confirmation Bias and Selective Attention: Teaching Digital Literacy #DLNchat By Sep 13, 2018 How do educators support digital citizenship? Does information need singular meaning to be useful? Has cognitive dissonance grown in the digital era? These were a few of the questions tweeted at on Tuesday, September 11, when we debated how to best teach digital and information literacy in higher education. What is digital literacy and how is it different from information literacy? -ters agreed that the two are closely intertwined.
Signs of serious progress for digital citizenship by Anne on July 4, 2018 It has been a big year for digital citizenship, and what better time – at least here in the United States – to check in on its practice this July 4th week, one year since the Obama Foundation issued a to look more deeply into its meaning (‘s what they heard from us)? I was interested to see that not only did digital citizenship get even more play at , the gathering of more than 24,000 ed tech educators and exhibitors from 87 countries in Chicago last week, than it did at last year’s in San Antonio.
Your Learning= Your Students' Success » » New Courses: Building Digital Citizens Part 1 & Part 2 » New Courses: Building Digital Citizens Part 1 & Part 2 By in | The need for Building Digital Citizens starts as soon as kids pick up a digital device, certainly by kindergarten. To thrive in the digital ecosystem that infuses both their personal and educational world, students must understand the culture of the online world and how to use it effectively while doing so safely, morally, and legally. In this two parts online course you will learn: In you will cover six out of thirteen digital citizenship modules: In you will cover the seven remaining digital citizenship topics: This course is for pre-service teachers, teachers, administrators, educators, homeschoolers– anyone who doesn’t understand digital citizenship but wants to; anyone who realizes their students lack knowledge of digital rights and responsibilities and wants to address that within the context of their classes; anyone who wants authentic approaches to teaching digital citizenship.
Open Menu Sections l r Kazakh ministers report progress in digital literacy training among population By Assel Satubaldina in on 14 September 2018 ASTANA – Kazakh Minister of Education and Science Yerlan Sagadiyev, Minister of Labour and Social Protection Madina Abylkassymova, Ministry of Healthcare Yelzhan Birtanov and First Vice Minister of Agriculture Arman Yevniyev reported on progress in digital literacy training among the country’s population during a Sept. 11 government meeting. The ministries are responsible for training professionals and the country’s population in using information technologies in daily life and work, which is the central aspect of the Digital Kazakhstan programme that seeks to reach 83 percent digital literacy level by 2022.