This overview features the digital skills needed to take advantage of technology in useful, meaningful, and innovative ways.
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When planning your digital literacy program, consider how to make it accessible to all students and allow for purposeful practice with technology.
In digital literacy curriculum, standards play a pivotal role in aligning curriculum, instruction, and assessment and integrating technology skills into core instruction.
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As states adopt online assessments, it is important to consider the technology skills students need to navigate a computer-based testing environment.
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By teaching technology skills, educators help students overcome new digital divide and prepare them for jobs in the future.
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