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Six Strands of Digital Literacy ESW
Transcript of Six Strands of Digital Literacy ESW
The Practitioner Programme
Complete the tasks given to you
what is it??
new types of content
new business models
where does it belong?
What is digital literacy?
Why you're here..........
Digital Literacy is replacing ICT
To become experts in your field
Government requirement to hold a practioners' qualifaction
To develop digitally literate practitioners
Today's learning outcomes:
By the end of today's session you should be able to:
Expain the importance of digital literacy to adults and young people
Describe why some adults and young people may not have developed digital literacy skills and how potential barriers can be addressed
Analyse factors that may assist digital literacy learning
Hand in all of your electronic devices
Digital literacy is about knowledge, skills, attitudes and behaviours in the use of digital devices
The general ability to use computers. This will be written in lower case to emphasise that it is a set of skills rather than a subject in its own right.
Digital Information Literacy
The Holy Grail - Embedding
Digital Literacy with your learners
A digital learner must know how to:
behave in an appropriate way for the medium
manage a digital footprint
A digital learner will be able to:
search for, critically evaluate and utilise digital information safely
A digital learner knows how to:
collaborate with others to:
A digital learner:
understands how technology can extend their learning opportunities so that they reach their full potential
A digital learner will know how to:
assess, select and use appropriate applications and devices
organise, store, share, manipulate and protect digital information
A digitally creative learner:
has the ability and willingness to contribute to the digital medium in order to complete tasks, generate content and develop creative solutions and opportunities
New ESW Digital Literacy Design Principles created using a 6 strand model of Digital Literacy
Digital Information Literacy
where does it belong?
Present your findings to your peers. You only have 2 minutes.
how it made you feel
the impact of not being digitally literate
what did this demonstrate about the nature and scope of digital literacy
what role does digital literacy play in society
Once more with tech:
Using a variety of technologies, tools and techniques record the impact of not being digitally literate for adults and young people
The role, nature and scope of digital literacy in the lives of
adults and young people.
Using the hackpad that you have created entitled the Nature and Scope of Digital Literacy, write a few paragraphs to:
Define the nature and scope of digital literacy. (Unit 311 1.1)
Explain the role of digital literacy in the lives of adults and young people in society.(Unit 311 1.2)
In your groups complete the characteristics table.
Think about whether the reasons are personal, social or economic.
Create a Padlet in your groups and list factors that motivate adults and young people to gain digital literacy skills.
Awareness Raising Task:
You have several new members of staff in your Essential Skills team. You have been asked to prepare an awareness raising session to help them:
Understand why some adults and young people may not have developed digital literacy skills and how potential barriers can be addressed.
To do this you must:
○ Describe a range of personal, social and economic reasons why some adults and young people may not have fully developed digital literacy skills. You must describe a minimum of five reasons, at least one of each - personal, social and economic. (Unit 311 2.1)
○ Analyse at least three different factors that motivate adults and young people to want to gain digital literacy skills (Unit 311 2.2)
○ Summarise at least three barriers to digital literacy that some adults and young people may experience (Unit 312 2.3)
○ Suggest ways to overcome the barriers above (Unit 311 2.4)
Introduction to Hackpad
In your groups discuss and record the impact of not being digitally literate on adults and young people.
Describe the impact of not being digitally literate on adults and young people. (Unit 311 1.3)
Using the Padlet created for reference, write a description of a
minimum of 5 impacts
including both personal and global impacts. Expected word count: 250 words.
We are not specifying a format for this assignment so you must choose an appropriate digital resource to present your evidence. You may use the Padlet that you created but it needs to be clear who has made what contribution to the padlet so we can see that you have met the requirements of the criteria.
Search Google Images for an image to represent
a barrier to digital literacy that some adults may experience.
Complete the survey before you leave and the results will be sent out.
Using these results, analyse a minimum of 3 characteristics of effective digital literacy learning delivery using the digital tool of your choice. (Unit 311 3.1)