Hopefully you're not reading this today...   but when you do read it,  I'd
love to hear how your school defines or assesses
technology/computer/digital literacy in either students or educators.

As often happens on January 1 - many of us reflect on the past year and
future year.

In this state I found myself  reading a blog post written in 2013 that got
me thinking about 'technology literacy'.

With all the discussions about #futureReady happening in a year filled with
leaks, hacks, security/privacy breaches, net neutrality legislation
changes, fake news/social media concerns, etc

I'm wondering whether 2018 is a time to take a closer look at technology
literacy needs of  our staff and students

Here are my two cents
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with a link to Marc Scott's article

I'm sure that my thinking was also sparked by Vermont's adoption of ISTE
Standards for Students  and recent conversations related to the educational
technology specialist certification.


Lucie deLaBruere

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