Are you planning to implement the IC3 Digital Literacy certifications in your program for the upcoming school year? Did you know the IC3 Digital Literacy program has been restructured with the release of the IC3 GS6 version? Unlike the previous version, the IC3 GS6 exams are organized according to the level of knowledge needed to earn the certificate. With this new structure, you need to evaluate the exams to determine which level is appropriate for your students and how the IC3 Digital Literacy program will fit into your courses. In this article, you’ll learn about the new IC3 GS6 standards and the detailed objectives found on each IC3 GS6 exam.
As a curriculum developer with content to teach career readiness and 21st Century skills, computer teachers often ask how our curriculum aligns with the ISTE Standards for Students.
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With technology at their fingertips 24/7, it’s more important than ever to ensure your students are behaving appropriately in the digital world. But finding a way to incorporate these topics into your existing syllabus can be tough — especially if your courses don’t specifically require you to teach them. That’s where Digital Citizenship Week comes in!
Digital literacy skills are some of the most crucial skills taught in today's schools.
Today, many middle and high school teachers are required to teach digital literacy in the classroom.
Today, many middle schools require computer teachers to teach digital literacy to their students. In fact, so many teachers have to teach digital literacy that education companies now offer certifications for it! One of the most popular options is the IC3 Spark Digital Literacy Certification from Certiport.