Being digitally literate today means much more than having technical know-how. It encompasses the ability to move fluidly between our digital and analog worlds. Most important, it encompasses a level of intention and criticality that sets one up for success in a world that will continue to evolve at a relentless pace.
The Digital Literacy and Learning collections build on the skills students need for this fluency by focusing on
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Four dimensions of critical media pedagogy and how to help students consume and produce media with a more critical lens. *This video is excerpted from a full session.
Speaker(s): Ernest Morrell
Modeling reading across devices, applying reading strategies to images and media, and encouraging self-assessment with digital tools. *This video is excerpted from a full session.
Speaker(s): Kristin Ziemke, Katie Muhtaris
A primer on game-based literacies and how games, like print texts, are filled with features and mechanics ripe for analysis. *This video was created exclusively for the Digital Literacy and Learning collection.
Speaker(s): Alex Corbitt
How using inclusive literature can empower students to use their cultural schema to build their digital literacy skills. *This video is excerpted from a full session. (Note: A longer segment with middle school reading recommendations is included in the 12+ collection.)
Speaker(s): Shontoria Walker
The ways in which African American boys use digital tools and texts to learn, self-identify, foster agency, and cultivate their identities.
Author(s): Tisha Lewis Ellison, Marva Solomon
How classroom-based assessments must evolve to account for the ways in which readers navigate and comprehend multimodal texts.
Author(s): Frank Serafini, Lindsey Moses, Dani Kachorsky, Danielle Rylak
Examples of what teaching and learning within a personal digital inquiry framework can look like as well as how to move from teacher-directed to student-directed inquiry.
Author(s): Julie Coiro, Jill Castek, David J. Quinn
User-friendly tools and ways in which scaffolding can support students to write effectively using new technologies that will lead to independence.
Author(s): Grace Y. Kang
How technology can be used in transformative ways to address content and language goals as well as to celebrate students’ bilingualism.
Author(s): Carla España
Why digital citizenship must become part of the fabric of the classroom culture, and what it can look like across grade levels.
Author(s): Paul Emerich France