Students should know and be able to do the following:
- Use a variety of digital tools, to collaborate and communicate. - Google Drive, social media, blogging, threaded discussions, cell phones for student response...
- Demonstrate their learning utilizing various digital tools. - Create multimedia presentations, websites, digital portfolios, videos, animations, etc.
- Be an independent, self-directed learner. - Instead of memorizing information 'just in case' students need to know it, they learn where and how to access and evaluate information when needed - a 'just in time' model.
- Develop global and digital citizenship. - Engage in safe, respectful digital practice while curating and monitoring their digital footprint. Being connected to, and mindful of, the larger world.