Digital Literacy Basics
Digital Literacy is the ability to use information and communication technologies to find, evaluate, create, and communicate information. In this workshop preview, Renee Schumacher shares the four big ideas of tools, content, media, and sharing – and how each impacts student skills and behaviors.
This workshop is part of our Digital Literacy Pack in the Accelerator Professional Membership.
There are actually 4 big ideas that support becoming literate in a digital world. These include Tools, Content, Media, and Sharing. Tools are the devices we choose to learn and communicate with – like software and hardware. Content refers to the subject students are learning. Media is the form of communication used. And Sharing is how we distribute information.
In this preview, Renee Schumacher dives into each of these 4 big ideas and gives practical examples of how to use them in your classroom and embed them into your lessons.
This workshop preview is part of our members-only Accelerator workshops. Each month, we release a stack of videos and worksheets to help educators bring inspiring new techniques into their classrooms. Each workshop also provides teachers with a certificate for 1 PD hour.
To download the resource that accompanies this workshop, become a member.