Even Digital Natives Need to Learn Digital Literacy – Podcast Episode 228 | Classnotes Podcast 228
Classnotes Podcast (September 26, 2022). Digital literacy is a critical skill for engaging in our world today. It is much broader than knowing how to operate a computer or navigate a website. Christina Quintanilla-Muñoz, M.Ed., talks with Munirih Santiago Jester of the National Digital Inclusion Alliance about what it means to be a digital inclusive society that fosters innovation. Munirih cautions use of the term “digital native” for describing young people today can lead to the belief that we don’t need to teach them anything about using technology appropriately or being good digital citizens.
Christina Quintanilla-Muñoz, M.Ed., is IDRA’s research analyst and a former IDRA education policy fellow. Munirih Santiago Jester is programs manager for the National Digital Inclusion Alliance.
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Show length: 15:57 min.
Digital Inclusion 101, National Digital Inclusion Alliance
State Digital Equity Scorecard, National Digital Inclusion Alliance
Solving the Digital Divide Requires Authentic Family Engagement, by Thomas Marshall, IDRA Newsletter, April 2021
Plugged in, Tuned Out – A First Examination of Student Engagement Patterns in Texas Public Schools During COVID-19, by Christina Quintanilla-Muñoz, M.Ed.
How States Are Expanding Broadband Access, The Pew Charitable Trusts
Worst Connected Cities 2017. American Community Survey 1-Year Estimates, Table B28002, National Digital Inclusion Alliance
Digital Destination – Texas Needs Broadband Connectivity for All Students & Families, by Thomas Marshall III & Christina Quintanilla-Muñoz, M.Ed. (Ver versión en español)
Texas Needs an Equitable State Broadband Plan to Serve Students and Families, by Thomas Marshall, IDRA Newsletter, February 2021
Student Data Tracking – Taking a Closer Look at Privacy, by Mark Barnett, IDRA Newsletter
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