There are not many teachers complaining that they simply don’t have enough material to cover in their classes. Rather, the opposite is normally the case. So the call to add yet more material—this time, in the form of digital literacy and media literacy—is unlikely to be welcomed wholeheartedly by America’s teachers. And yet these topics … Read moreHOW DIGITAL AND MEDIA LITERACY IMPACTS TODAY’S CLASSROOM

Digital Literacy Downloadable Resources (Multiple Languages)

Microsoft Digital Literacy Course

Downloadable Resources This page includes transcripts, lesson guides, videos and closed caption files for Microsoft Digital Literacy. SCORM Packages Download the English Digital Literacy SCORM packages by course module. Work with Computers Access information online Communicate online Participate safely and responsibly online Create digital content Collaborate and manage content digitally Digital Literacy Resources Download Lesson … Read moreDigital Literacy Downloadable Resources (Multiple Languages)

Digital literacy for children — 10 things to know (UNICEF)


Digital literacy is increasingly recognized as a central element of the skills a child requires for school, work and life. But what exactly does it mean for children to be digitally literate? About Digital literacy goes beyond technical know-how.It refers to the knowledge, skills and attitudes that allow children to be both safe and empowered in … Read moreDigital literacy for children — 10 things to know (UNICEF)

Financial Literacy for Kids


Financial Literacy for Pre-school, Pre-K, Kindergarten, First and Second Grade The following lessons provide guidance, lesson plans and activities for teachers interested in introducing four to seven year old children (pre-school, pre-k, first and second grade) to early financial literacy concepts. Introduction Lesson One: Making Spending Decisions From birth, a child has choices. At first parents make the … Read moreFinancial Literacy for Kids