Developing and implementing a digital literacy program across your school or district helps ensure digital equity for all of your students. You can even offer a digital literacy program without hiring specially trained technology teachers — a big plus with the current teacher shortage many regions are experiencing.
Our free, newly updated ebook “Building a Digital Literacy Program that Nurtures Future-Ready Students,” breaks the process down into four clear steps, and walks you through each one:
- Identify your vision for your digital literacy program
- Choose the implementation model
- Ensure standards are aligned vertically and horizontally
- Empower teachers to deliver the digital literacy program
“Digital literacy is not just another program in a long list of them; it is the program. At its core, this program aims to transform the ways students learn by empowering them with technology skills to succeed in their future.”
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