Practice Context/e-Learning activities/Identify your digital literacy skills
e-Learning activity summary
|Title:||Identify your digital literacy skills.|
|2 - 4 hours|
|Exploring your own digital literacy skills and those required for your job.|
|Stimulus: 33 digital skills every 21st Century teacher should have  Although this is aimed at primary and secondary educators, most of these skills are highly relevant to tertiary educators.|
:1. Reflect on the stimulus comments.
- Reflect on the blog post and consider the following questions:
- Which of the skills identified are relevant to your own work area ?
- Of those that you saw as relevant, how confident and competent are you at those skills?
- Note your thoughts in your learning journal.
- 2. List all digital tools and activities that you have to interact with or use for work
- Which digital literacy skills do these tools link with?
- What digital literacy skills are not covered?
- What skills do you do well? Note some examples in your learning journal
- How do those skills improve what you do?
- 3. Explore other view points
- Talk with colleagues - do they agree with your list of digital tools and activities necessary for your work role?
- Are there tools and skills they use that you haven't previously been aware of?
- How can those tools and skills make a difference to what you do?
- How confident and competent are you at those skills?
- Reflect on this in your learning journal.
- Kharbach, M (2012, June). 33 digital skills every 21st Century teacher should have. Retrieved from http://www.educatorstechnology.com/2012/06/33-digital-skills-every-21st-century.html