- Age groups
- Ages 9 to 12Up to 9 yearsAges 12 to 15Ages 15 and over
- Type of material
- Teaching kitVideo
Do you need advice on how to use digital technologies critically and responsibly as well as guidance on how to assess student competences in the field of digital literacy?
These guidelines provide hands-on guidance for teachers and educators, including practical tips, activity plans, insights on topics and cautionary notes grounded in what works as concerns digital literacy and education and training. They aim to foster an understanding of how digital literacy can be achieved and provide useful knowledge about the dynamics and manifestations of disinformation.
The guidelines are intended for primary and secondary school teachers/educators in different subjects and with different levels of experience and knowledge in the field. Likewise, bringing in the other school staff such a social psychologists/social workers/librarians as well as the support of parents, media professionals, civil society and the larger community will further enrich the learning experience of students.
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