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From Keyboarding to Coding: Best Practices in Digital Literacy Instruction
Thursday, March 28, 2019 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm EDT
Presented by Jeff Meyer, Director of Education, Learning.com
Sponsored by Learning.com
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National and state standards and initiatives, along with the recognition that students need technology skills to be productive in school, college, and careers drive a growing trend to teach digital literacy skills; however, many educators are unsure about how to teach them.
In this edWebinar, Jeff Meyer, Director of Education at Learning.com, examines best practices in digital literacy instruction including assessment, instructional approaches, and models for ensuring your students master digital literacy concepts and skills so they are prepared to excel in a digital world.
This recorded presentation will be of interest to preK-8 teachers, librarians, and school and district leaders.
About the Presenter
Jeff Meyer is the director of education for Learning.com and resident product expert for their digital literacy solutions. Jeff has 35 years of experience working in education as a public school teacher and coach, district curriculum and technology director, and administrator. He is passionate about the need to transform education using data-based, inquiry-driven approaches and digital resources, especially with urban students and educators. He works to identify best practices for internal and external audiences.
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Learning.com helps students, teachers, and schools excel in a digital world. We provide solutions to support educators as they build students’ digital literacy skills and transition to digital content. We work with 1 in 6 districts across the US and serve 5.6 million students across more than 20 countries.