Digital Learning Culture

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Digital Learning Culture by Mind Map: Digital Learning Culture

1. The time is now to make footprints in this digital landscape!

2. AASL Standard 3: Share knowledge and participate ethically and productively as members of our democratic society.

3. AASL Standard 2: Draw conclusions, make informed decisions, apply knowledge to new situations, and create new knowledge.

4. AASL Standard 4: Pursue personal and aesthetic growth.

5. AASL Standard 1: Inquire, think critically, and gain knowledge.

6. Community Involvement

6.1. everyone participates

6.2. literacy shift

6.3. interrelationships

6.4. technologies interact

7. Hot Issues

7.1. access to technology

7.1.1. have or have nots

7.1.2. wifi not available everywhere

7.2. exposure online unlimited

7.2.1. protection a must

7.2.2. cyberbullying

7.2.3. information overload

7.3. online ethics dilemmas

7.3.1. audience is unlimited

7.3.2. unknown/false identities

7.3.3. too many choices

8. New Scope of Literacies

8.1. combine aural, visual, digital

8.2. adaptations

8.3. dynamic images

8.4. dynamic sounds

8.5. digital social skills

8.6. foundation remains textual

9. Necessary Competencies

9.1. exploration

9.1.1. comedy

9.1.2. drama

9.1.3. engaging

9.1.4. processing

9.1.5. play games

9.2. mirror activities

9.2.1. reflect known information

9.2.2. test emerging theories

9.2.3. curiosity leads the way

9.3. role play

9.3.1. hands on learning

9.3.2. varied viewpoints

9.3.3. need for improvisation

9.3.4. explore culture

9.4. reinvent media content

9.4.1. explore

9.4.2. modify

9.4.3. adapt

9.4.4. create

9.4.5. various materials

9.5. task juggling

9.5.1. concentration shifts

9.5.2. connect visuals

9.5.3. many destinations at once

9.6. the thinkers

9.6.1. circulate information

9.6.2. appropriate information

9.6.3. map thinking

9.6.4. experts in the relevant field

9.6.5. devices as thinking aids

9.6.6. thought patterns develop

9.7. teams are the answer

9.7.1. aggregate

9.7.2. cooperate

9.7.3. solve problems

9.7.4. real-world issues

9.7.5. communication network

9.8. discernment

9.8.1. judge reliability

9.8.2. judge credibility

9.8.3. be astute

9.8.4. comprehend

9.8.5. self-correct

9.9. beyond the basics

9.9.1. correspond across media

9.9.2. many sources and choices

9.9.3. develop new routes to information

9.10. social norm awareness

9.10.1. manage relationships

9.10.2. mediate conflicts

9.10.3. connect with others appropriately

9.10.4. savvy interactions

10. Imperatives for Educators

10.1. foster students' journey of inquiry

10.2. learn how to use online tools appropriately

10.3. model use of online tools

10.4. be proactive in use of digital technology

10.5. encourage student creativity

10.6. motivate students through the digital technology they enjoy

10.7. align lessons to AASL Standards and GLE's

10.8. collaborate and participate