Digital Literacy

Ways educators should work with new media with their students.

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Digital Literacy by Mind Map: Digital Literacy

1. Interactives

1.1. Digital Bytes: Grades 9-12

1.2. Digital Compass: Grades 6-8

1.3. Digital Passport: Grades 3-5

1.4. Webonauts Internet Academy

1.5. Safety Land

2. 8 Elements by Doug Belshaw

2.1. Constructive: re-using, adapting

2.2. Cultural: contextual technology use

2.3. Critical: perspective-taking

2.4. Creative: risk-taking, innovating

2.5. Communicative: communication technologies

2.6. Confidence: self-learning, competence

2.7. Civic: global citizenship

2.8. Cognitive: mastery of technological tools

3. BC Curriculum: Digital Literacy Framework

3.1. Research and Information Literacy

3.2. Critical Thinking, Problem Solving, and Decision Making

3.3. Digital Citizenship

3.4. Communication and Collaboration

3.5. Technology Operations and Concepts

3.6. Creativity and Innovation

4. Professional Development

4.1. Webinars

4.2. Professional Learning Communities

4.3. Curriculum Training

4.4. Resources

5. Educator Resources

5.1. Microsoft Digital Literacy Curriculum

5.2. Common Sense Education: Digital Citizenship

5.3. Media Smarts

5.4. iKeepSafe

5.5. Cyberwise

5.6. Cable Impacts

5.7. Digizen

6. Digital Safety

6.1. Internet Safety

6.2. Relationships

6.2.1. Online Hate

6.2.2. Sexual Exploitation

6.2.2.1. Pornography

6.2.3. Sexting

6.2.4. Relationships and Communication

6.2.5. Cyberbullying

6.2.6. Cyberbullying and Digital Drama

6.2.7. Online Relationships

6.2.8. Cyberbullying

6.3. Health

6.3.1. Excessive Internet Use

6.3.2. Violence

6.3.3. Gambling

7. Privacy and Security

7.1. Computer Security/Privacy

7.2. Privacy and Security

7.3. Privacy

7.4. Cyber Security

7.5. Privacy

8. Technological Tools

8.1. Digital Lifestyles

8.2. Internet, Cloud Services, World Wide Web

8.3. Computer Basics

8.4. Productivity Programs

8.5. Presentation Tools

9. Digital Ethics

9.1. Online Ethics

9.2. Intellectual Property

9.3. Creative Credit and Copyright

9.4. Information Literacy

9.5. Ethical Thinking

9.6. Ethics/Copyright

9.7. In-Credibly Informed

10. Digital Identity

10.1. Digital Footprint and Reputation

10.2. Self-Image and Identity

10.3. Body Image

10.4. Digital Footprint

10.5. Living in a Digital World

11. Digital Collaboration

11.1. Working Together Digitally

12. Media Literacy

12.1. Gender Representation

12.2. Media Literacy

12.3. Marketing

12.3.1. Online Marketing

12.3.2. Marketing and Consumerism

12.4. Diversity in Media