The Critical Digital Literacies framework for educators aims to capture the various dimensions and sub-dimensions of critical digital literacies which are vital for educators and students living, teaching and learning in a digital world.
Read the Framework here.
The document includes a concise model about a curriculum plan or learning path for Grades 1-9 related to programming and computational thinking. The model is created in the EU funded CodeInnova project. The material defines knowledge, skills and practices relevant for each grade level and suggest practical ways to support multidisciplinary teaching and learning at different stages of the learning path.
Programming, Computational thinking
Information and communication technologies
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Erasmus+ -project CodeInnova, the material compiled by Jukka Lehtoranta/ University of Jyväskylä, Department of teacher education
This is a toolkit designed and implemented under the project MEET (Media Education for
Equity and Tolerance), an Erasmus+ project. The main aim of MEET is to promote a critical and intercultural understanding and an aware use of media among young citizens in multicultural public schools and democratic societies.
The toolkit includes: a theoretical background, 3 videos and a set of pedagogical guidelines for supporting teachers in the design of inclusive and situated media education activities.
These can be used by teachers as a self-training tool, as a teaching resource and as a design tool.
The Learning Scenarios developed in this project could be adopted in teachers’ classrooms and the guidelines permits to understand how to adapt them to local context or how to create new ones
Media Education, Interculturality, Citizenship, Fake News, Racism
Opas tarjoaa opettajille käytännönläheisiä esimerkkejä ja pedagogisia malleja medialukutaidon edistämiseen vuosiluokilla 1-6. Opas on saatavilla suomeksi ja ruotsiksi ja se on osa laajempaa suomalaista Uudet lukutaidot -kokonaisuutta (https://uudetlukutaidot.fi/).
[This is a guidebook that offers practical examples and pedagogical models to teachers for promoting medialiteracy in elementary school. The guidebook is available in Finnish and Swedish, and it belongs to a larger Finnish material package about New literacies (https://uudetlukutaidot.fi/)]
Media literacy, elementary school, guidebook for teachers
Finnish National Audiovisual Institute, several authors