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Digital Literacy

Digital Literacy

In the last decade, changes in technology, communication, and the information life cycle have contributed to significant changes in our world. Increasingly, people are becoming technology creators as well as technology users. Meaningful  participation in modern society requires fluency in the uses of, impact of, and ability to manipulate technology for living, learning, and working. Given this context, knowledge and skills included in the Digital Literacy and Computer Science
(DLCS) standards are essential for all students. Student of all backgrounds should be prepared for personal and civic efficacy in the twenty-first century and should have the opportunity to consider innovative and creative technology-based careers of the future.

2016 Massachusetts Digital Literacy and Computer Science (DLCS) Curriculum Framework

International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) 

Teaching with Tech - Designing Tech-Rich Lessons

SAMR Model