Today is Digital Learning Day. Educators know that access to computers is only half the battle when it comes to nurturing multimedia literacies. What’s happening in your local educational community to ensure students are future-ready? What can you do to help?
“Make accessible educational technology that ensures all students have access to appropriate tools, to adequate bandwidth for accessing and creating resources, and to learning practices that make effective use of these technologies as they develop powerful multimedia literacies.” — 2015 NCTE Education Policy Platform
- NCTE has two thoughtful position statements you can read and share that outline what conditions are necessary to foster 21st Century Literacies: The Definition of 21st Century Literacies and The 21st Century Framework.
- ISTE has an advocacy toolkit you can use to explore more about digital-age education.