This podcast is a rebroadcast of my presentation today at the “Ultimate Education Summit” held at the Civic Center in Lubbock, Texas. The title of my presentation was, “Digital Definers of the New Teacher Education.” My thesis is that there are 3 primary definers pushing educators at all levels to redefine teaching and learning in terms of digital literacy acquisition. In this session I explore definitions of information and digital literacy, as well as the 3 definers: Digital Natives, Digital Curriculum, and Digital Skill Expectations.

Program Length: 39 min, 19 sec
File size: 9.0 MB

Podcast 09 Nov 2005(Click here to listen to this podcast)

Show notes for this podcast include:

  1. My Presentation Slides from today
  2. “Digital Definers of the New Teacher Education” article draft (PDF)
  3. Angus King’s April 2005 Presentation for SEED (Bit by Bit Podcast 5 by Bob Sprankle)
  4. National Forum on Information Literacy: Definitions, standards, and competencies related to information literacy from 1989
  5. Partnership for 21st Century Skills: Learning for the 21st century: a report and mile guide for 21st century skills from 2002 (PDF)
  6. Digital natives, digital immigrants by Marc Prensky from 2001 (PDF)
  7. A Global Imperative: The Report of the 21st Century Literacy Summit by The New Media Consortium from 2005 (PDF)
  8. The South Plains Closing the Gaps Coalition

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