How have programs empowered staff to move forward on their digital literacy journeys, equipping them with the skills and confidence to guide their students along their own paths? In this workshop, we'll explore a range of strategies aimed at extending support for instructors and other staff members who are building key digital skills: creating a professional development plan, pairing with mentors, engaging with free interactive online lessons, and more.
If your program has successful practices, we would love to hear about them! We also want to know what your questions about this topic are. Post both to our discussion board by 11/1 to inform our discussion.
This PD is geared towards program leaders who are looking to support their staff. If you're looking to build your own digital skills, check out "Yes You Can! Build Your Own Digital Literacy Skills.”
Contact Diana Satin with questions: email@example.com.
- Directors, coordinators, technology coordinators, and anyone supporting staff’s digital literacy
- Practitioners with all levels of experience with this topic
This professional development activity/course is designed for:
In this webinar, we will first discuss ways to encourage staff to engage in strengthening their digital literacy skills. Then you will evaluate a variety of practices taken from adult education programs and decide if one would be helpful to try out with your staff.
This offering includes strategies and resources that educational leaders can use to grow their practice as a supervisors, build a program-wide culture of learning, and support staff in delivering high-quality digital skills instruction. These outcomes are closely linked to overall program quality, as indicated by IPQ 9.1, “Educational leaders use the adult education professional standards to provide on-going observation and supervision and ensure that all teachers design and deliver high quality curriculum and instruction.”
Several days before the event, Jane Brandt at firstname.lastname@example.org will send you an email with the Zoom link.
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- Name one practice to adopt or strengthen in order to support teachers with beginner level digital literacy skills
- Describe your next step to implement the practice
Upon completion of this professional development activity/course, you will be able to: