Full course description
It is important to develop an integrated, applied approach to the development of digital literacy across your school community.
There are many innovative ways to organize learning, in terms of classroom organization, curriculum planning, use of space and the mix between learning with a teacher and learning independently. Rather than “rush to innovate”, pause for a moment, consider the needs of individual or groups of learners, then align the change agenda to meet their needs: “child-centered innovation”.
Reflect on the distinctions between formal, non-formal and informal learning, and explore how learning can be blended using the power of digital technologies.
Finally, we consider the combined power of Project-Based Learning (PBL) in a digitally rich environment to support individual learners and accelerate their progress and achievement.