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1.2.2 Mapping of Parts

Mapping of resources


  • What is meant by digital literacy: definitions, the project, education practice and associated issues including concept of openness
  • The impact of Digital literacy practices within educational settings:  creativity, barriers, enablers, innovation and change
  • The application of digital literacy in practice and the implications for learners and practitioners: case studies, DeFT project, insights gained and future possibilities

Key Questions: a set of key questions that will lead through the Open Textbook:

Key Questions links in text
What do we mean by Digital Literacy?   
How is Digital Literacy perceived by teachers? Students? Children and young people?  
What are the key elements of a Digital Literacy?  
What are the cross-cutting themes associated with Digital Literacy?  
What elements make up a digitally literate environment in the classroom? Out of the classroom?  
What should practitioners take into account when planning for learning using digital media?  
How has research that taken place in the Digital Literacy field informed practice? What is needed in terms of further research?  
How is Digital Literacy realised in our project schools? What are the positives outcomes for teachers? Children? What are the constraints?  
What do tutors in Higher Education need to know about Digital Literacy in order to prepare teachers of the future?  
How is Digital Literacy realised in our Project universities with regard to teacher education?  
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