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"Common Sense Media has released Digital Passport, a free, web-based tool to help educators prepare students from grades 3 to 5 to use online and mobile technologies. Based on lessons from Common Sense Media's K-12 Digital Literacy and Citizenship Curriculum, the tool addresses issues kids face online -- safety and security, cyberbullying, privacy, responsible cell phone use, and respecting creative work -- and leverages a blended-learning model of classroom instruction with online videos and games extensively tested in implementation sites in seven regions across the country. Additionally, Digital Passport's modules align to the ISTE NETS standards and Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts. Public schools in Chicago, Denver, New York City, and Omaha, as well as schools in Maine and California, have committed to using Digital Passport this academic year."
Using educationally appropriate online tools with students opens up a world of possibilities for engaging them in leaning experiences that incorporate the 4 C's; communication, collaboration, critical thinking and creativity.
Digital voting is a game changer but we have to get it right The Conversation The UK may be taking its first, tentative steps towards introducing online voting with the establishment of a Commission on Digital Democracy.
via eSchool News Children’s mobile media use has skyrocketed, report shows Children’s use of mobile devices and mobile apps has jumped dramatically in the past two years, doubling and tripling in some cases, according to results from a large...
BLOG: Accessibility crucial to human rights Illawarra Mercury (blog) So, clearly not every one of today's 70+ citizens was required to work with computers or would have needed to invest in one at home.
Cordis News ICT industry requires more skills to take off Cordis News The sector's growth is set to accelerate tremendously, and the European Commission set for itself the very ambitious objective to close the digital skills gap by 2020 in order to...
"Digital Competence can be broadly defined as the confident, critical and creative use of ICT to achieve goals related to work, employability, learning, leisure, inclusion and/or participation in society. DC is a transversal key competence which, as such, enables acquiring other key competences (e.g. language, maths, learning to learn, creativity). It is amongst the so-called 21st Century skills which should be acquired by all citizens, to ensure their active socio-economic participation in society and the economy."
American society has a responsibility to cultivate the next generation's social intellect, by implementing a national Digital Citizenship curriculum. Just as civics classes taught our grandparents how to be productive citizens, ...
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