This online course will provide an overview of digital literacy and how to navigate through the dynamic digital world. In addition to exploring a variety of tools to support digital literacy, such as digital citizenship, resources and implementation strategies will be provided to support educators in their teaching practices.
Module One - Learn
Module 1 contains information and content on what it means to navigate the digital world, characteristics of Digital Literacy, the 4 C’s in education, Digital Citizenship and the Substitution, Augmentation, Modification, Redefinition, (SAMR) model.
Module Two - Plan
Module 2 contains information on how to plan and design lessons for your students and classrooms. This includes knowing your learners, and exploration time and activities on the SAMR model and Digital Citizenship modules.
- Common Sense Media Lesson Plans
- Student and Class Profiles
- SD 37 Tricks and Tools for Capturing Student Learning
- SET-BC Course – Digital Citizenship
Module Three - Do
Module 3 will provide various examples of ways educators can effectively integrate digital tools into their lessons using the SAMR method. It is organized by method and samples are provided to allow the user to focus on a particular strategy and to give students the opportunity and skills to navigate and be successful in the digital world.
- G-Suite for Education
- Student Participation, Assessment and Feedback
- SET-BC Courses
- SET-BC Course
- Engaging Students and Redefining Learning
- Navigating the Digital World Video Transcript