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    Tessa Gray
    What's the difference between ICT/e-Learning capabilities and Digital Technologies?
    1 August
    Public discussion Created by Tessa Gray

    Primary and secondary schools are in various stages of clarifying common understandings about digital fluency, digital literacy, learning withthrough and about ICTs/e-Learning or Digital Technologies. So what does it all mean?

    Find out more the distinctions and new directions for Digital Technologies in this post from Enabling e-Learning, Digital fluency and Digital Technologies - what do these mean? with references to this PDF file from Kia Takatū ā-Mātihiko, National Digital Readiness Programme.

    What is your interpretation of Computational Thinking and Designing and Developing Digital Outcomes? Is this something you have been doing already or is it something new? What kinds of conversations are you having about how the new areas of the Technology curriculum? We'd love to hear your views in the comments section below.

    I think that that poster is really useful to share and it makes it easy to see the contrasts between the meaning of Digital Fluency and Digital Technologies.

    I have even printed it off as a point of reference- I rarely do that!

     

    - By Allanah King
      • Allanah King
        By Allanah King
        Aug 2

        I think that that poster is really useful to share and it makes it easy to see the contrasts between the meaning of Digital Fluency and Digital Technologies.

        I have even printed it off as a point of reference- I rarely do that!

         

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