Kellie McRobert, e-learning lead teacher at Nayland Primary School, explains how you can use e-competencies to break e-learning down into manageable competencies to create e-awareness.
The five e-learning competencies are:
Kellie McRobert explains how she developed a framework of e-competencies, which have been aligned with the key competencies.
She mentions various documents in her talk, which are explained on the eCompetencies wiki , along with links to documents on Google Docs:
Teacher Kellie McRobert describes how she incorporated five e-competencies into a unit of work looking at heroes.
At the KidsCan film festival in Nelson 70 students were put together for three days to create films. Kellie McRoberts describes students' development of e-competencies within this project.
Kellie McRobert, e-learning lead teacher, Nayland Primary School, explains e-competencies
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Strategies to promote the development of e-competencies
This study by Juan Cristobel Cobo Romani, published in 2009, analyses the effectiveness of policies, strategies, and programmes that promote the acquisition of e-literacies. Based on the benchmarking of different studies about the impact of information and communication technologies (ICTs) on students’ learning, this work proposes a re-definition of the term ‘e-competencies’. Moreover, a set of best practices for the development of the future e-competent labour force are identified. Although the scope for this paper is primarily the countries of the European Union, worldwide studies are also considered.
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