- Routines include: Engage &Question; Build Knowledge; Process & Practice; Respond & Create; and Reflect & Assess.
- EdTech Tools are divided into five categories: Communicate; Instruct; Assess; Manage; and Create.
- Digital Skills are organized based on the Seattle Digital Equity Initiative Digital Skill Sets for Diverse Users. For each skill set the app includes example of having the skill; learning resources; and sample activities/strategies.
The EdTech Center at World Ed is developing an online app called the EdTech Integration Strategy Toolkit. The toolkit contains tabs for Routines, EdTech Tools, and Digital Skills.
Cult of Pedagogy is a website by Jennifer Gonzalez that offers great instructional technology resources including a blog and a podcast. In a January 10 article called 6 Ed Tech Tools to Try in 2021 Jennifer provides an overview of 6 tools
Ways to participate Digital Learning Day on February 25th.:
Share or find new digital learning resources
Digital Learning Day is about ensuring that all students have access to high-quality learning everywhere, every day - & also about being better, together. So on tell the #DLDay2021 network, what's YOUR favorite instructional tool to support #digital learning? http://dlday.org/resources
Attend a workshop
NYACCE Presents: Google Applied Digital Skills Bootcamp
February 25, 2021
2:00pm - 4:00pm
Description: In this session We will take you on a tour of Google's Applied Digital Skills lessons. We will discuss how to find lessons you want to use for your own development and improvement of Google Skills or for work with your students. You will learn how to create classes on the Applied Digital Skills platform and how to switch between profiles. We will also share some Google tips and tricks.
Facilitators: Nell Eckersley and Melinda Holt
Audience: ABE/HSE and ESOL Instructors
Registration Link: https://googleappskis22521.eventbrite.com
Learn about something new in the digital literacy world like:
From the National Digital Inclusion Alliance (NDIA)
Emergency Broadband Benefit: Overview and What We Know So Far
The Emergency Broadband Benefit program is a provision of the Consolidated Appropriations Act slated for $3.2 billion to reimburse internet service providers (ISPs) $10 to $50 a month for providing broadband service and up to $100 for providing devices to low-income households.
Resources shared by the staff of the Literacy Assistance Center