Prepare Your Students for Success
From online state tests to their driver’s license test, your students live in a world that relies on digital skills – the right digital skills. They may be able to navigate social media, post a video or swipe right, but will they be adequately prepared with the digital literacy needed to succeed in school and the workplace, not to mention the next online test? Every day, you see students who don’t have the resources or outside support to get the digital literacy skills they so badly need. But without the appropriate curriculum, tools and technology, you’re unable to effectively teach them digital fluency.
You have a curriculum for math, science, language arts, or social studies. Digital literacy skills are increasingly being recognized as growing in importance – shouldn’t you have a curriculum for this critical subject area?
Learning.com offers a flexible digital literacy curriculum for Kindergarten through eighth grade students in an intuitive learning platform that is easy for teachers to implement, regardless of their technical skill level.
These foundational skills will prepare your students to effectively interact with keyboard-based devices required for the demands of in-class assignments, homework, online assessments and eventually the workplace. Keyboarding is a skill needed in every profession.
The modern business world is run on a set of foundational systems – spreadsheets, presentations and databases. When students are introduced to these types of programs early on, they are more likely to develop advanced skills.
Email, social media and texting are the new default channels of communication. Students need to learn how to craft a concise message, understand various forms of greetings, know how to judge information sources for credibility and safely navigate different digital platforms.
What is Digital Literacy?
Digital literacy is the ability to understand, use and interact with technology, media and digital resources in real-world situations. Every interaction with a technology device, the internet or digital media require digital literacy skills.
21st Century Skills Assessment
Gauge your students’ grasp of 21st century digital skills, including technology operations, information literacy, digital citizenship, critical thinking, decision making, and creativity and innovation. Know where the gaps are to inform instruction.
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"I’m always looking for tools that help students build higher order thinking skills that are transferable across the curriculum. Learning.com’s coding lessons give my students the ability to practice many of these skills, including critical thinking, communication, logic, problem solving, persistence and collaboration. My goal is to make my students become lifelong learners and Learning.com is a great tool to make that a possibility!"
Alfonso Mendoza Jr. - Science/Social Studies Teacher
Shimotsu Elementary School, TX
"The lessons are short, sweet and interactive. It makes everything I do easier and faster. This is the first time I’ve seen students relate the lessons to real-life software like Word and Excel."
Kelly Ward - Technology Specialist
Bridesburg Elementary School, PA
Drive Innovation in Your Classroom
Teachers that introduce cutting-edge materials into their classroom see more engaged students, higher test scores and professional recognition. Our digital literacy solutions help you challenge your classroom and grow your career.
Get Automatic Grading Results
Our solutions offer immediate feedback so that you can get the real-time data needed to make curriculum adjustments, offer specialized guidance to low-performing students and evaluate your classroom’s progress. Plus, our technology does the grading for you so that you have more time to focus on what’s important – teaching.