Models and Instruments for Assessing Digital Readiness and Competence

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EdTech Café is a podcast series produced by the educational technology team at Stanford Medicine.

by Matthew Lynch, Tech Edvocate

You may be extremely comfortable using technology, but that does not mean your students or fellow teachers are as tech-savvy as you. As digital technology becomes part of our everyday lives and embeds itself into the classroom (and the curriculum), it is imperative that our school community has digital readiness and competence. Digital readiness is simply the ability to use digital tools with ease. In other words, digital readiness refers to how “ready” or how comfortable an individual is with digital technology. Along the same lines, digital competence refers to “the confident and critical usage of the full range of digital technologies for information, communication and basic problem-solving in all aspects of life.”

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