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Digital Literacy for Teachers

Digital Literacy for TeachersThis area of the open textbook is a guided route through the materials for teachers in a professional development mode, with potential moments and activities of formative (self-) assessment and suggestions how this might be accredited as a module. The key resources for this section include;
A Research Briefing for Teachers on Digital Literacy
A Literature Review on Digital Literacy in Education

    1. Introduction to Digital Literacy
    2. Digital Literacy in the classroom
    3. Digital Literacy in the curriculum
    4. Digital Literacy and professional development
    5. Resources and Links on Digital Literacy

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3 thoughts on “Digital Literacy for Teachers

  1. Wednesday 28th August 2013 msolpersson says:

    If we don’t work on the digital literacy of teachers how can we expect our students to be digitally literate? Students might know how to facebook or tweet but do they know the way in which their learning and eventually their professions will be marked by their lack of understanding, skill and co-operation in a digitally functioning world. This is essential.

  2. Yes, it is.

  3. This could be interesting

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