Components of Digital Literacy
To gather, analyze, organize, & make decisions about how to use information
Full electronic participation in society
To become content creators and demonstrate creative thinking, construct knowledge, and develop innovative products and processes using technology.
To use technology responsibly and legally while being advocates of human, cultural & social ethical practices. Respecting self, others, & ownership.
Communication & Coolaboration
To create a positive and safe digital footprint through respectful, effective exchange of information via reading, writing, speaking, & listening to others in the digital enviornment.
To exhibit a vast understanding of technology concepts, systems, and operations.
To have a healthy balance of online and offline lives by managing usage, relationships, identity, and sexuality. Understanding that there are risks and benefits associated with both.
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