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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
<http://learningwithlucie.blogspot.com/2018/01/digital-literacy.html> along
with a link to Marc Scott's article
<http://coding2learn.org/blog/2013/07/29/kids-cant-use-computers/>

http://learningwithlucie.blogspot.com/2018/01/digital-literacy.html

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


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