Resources, professional learning, and support for building the next generation of engaged, knowledgeable, and responsible digital citizens.
Digital literacy is big, not just in terms of impact for today’s students, but also when it comes to individual competencies. Whether you’re teaching media literacy, digital ethics, online safety, or computer literacy, the LTC can provide support geared toward individual classrooms and institution-level strategies.
Free and low-cost services to help teachers and curriculum leaders discover innovative digital literacy teaching strategies.
Lesson plans, curricula, and other resources for teaching digital literacy skills and concepts to K-12 students.
Connect Safely resoures support the safe and responsible use of technology resources at all grade levels and includes printable guides on a wide variety of specific and special topics related to technology use in classroom and home environments.
Google’s Be Internet Awesome is a multifaceted program that includes a fun and free web-based game called Interland and an educational curriculum to teach kids how to be safe and responsible explorers of the online world.
Allsides provides balanced news to readers by identifying media bias and teaching students to be aware that bias exists.
The past few school years have introduced students and educators to a variety of previously unfamiliar edtech terms and phrases – distance and hybrid learning among them. SEL or social-emotional learning has also been at the forefront of educational topics in schools across the country, even though the concept has existed for several decades up to this point. This session will explore the essentials of SEL and how it can be incorporated into the classroom as well as strategies for utilizing your edtech tools to accomplish SEL goals.
By leveraging social media, educational leaders can connect with experts across their communities and the world to expand their perspectives, build relationships, and create opportunities for student learning. Face-to-face networks […]
On average, young adults today spend nearly 10 hours a day consuming media, including at school and in their free time. Within that timeframe, they can be exposed to thousands […]
Recent blog posts highlighting resources and strategies for teaching digital literacy and digital citizenship skills.
Still have a little room left in your vacation-bound suitcase? Why not slip in an edtech book so that you can continue growing while you soak up some well-earned rest and relaxation. These 7 books are some of our team’s favorites, too, so you can bet that they’ll be a reliable resource for you heading into the next school year!
Proposal submission is now open for IETC 2022! This is your chance to share your unique perspectives on tech integration strategies, instructional practices, tech infrastructure, and more with 800+ attendees. Plus, there are great benefits in it for you – including free admission. Here’s a quick rundown on what you need to know to submit a proposal for this year’s illuminating conference.
Mark your calendars! The LTC-hosted Digital Literacy Conference is returning this fall, offering teachers, administrators, technology coaches, and library media specialists a focused opportunity to discover what works in digital literacy. Submit a proposal today for your chance to connect with like-minded educators focused of fostered the next generation of productive digital citizens.