Thursday, 14 November 2013

Digital Fluencies

Today, it is essential that students have a wide range of skills needed to function within a rapidly changing society. In Literacy is Not Enough, authors Crockett and Jukes assert that being fluent involves learning a transparent and unconscious internalized process. A focus on fluency rather than literacy requires educators to completely rethink current assumptions about teaching, learning, and assessment.

At the very heart of Crockett, Jukes, and Churches'  21st Century Fluency Project are five fluencies. Suggested resources and tools are linked to each fluency.
  1. Solution Fluency

  2. Creativity Fluency 


  3. Collaboration Fluency


  4. Media Fluency


  5. Information Fluency

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