To develop the Use, Understand & Create framework, we needed to first explore the digital literacy skills Canadian youth were already learning in different provinces and territories. Our discussion paper Mapping Digital Literacy Policy and Practice in the Canadian Landscape draws on policy and curriculum documents from across the country to synthesize key concepts and best practices in current digital literacy education. The discussion paper was made possible by financial contributions from Google Canada.
The goal of Education Counts is to increase the availability and accessibility of information about education statistics and research. Education Counts can be considered a 'one-stop shop' for such information, including:
The Education Review Office (ERO) is the New Zealand government department that evaluates and reports on the education and care of students in schools and early childhood services.
ERO’s reports are used by parents, teachers, early childhood education managers, school principals and trustees, and by government policy makers.
Writing for Understanding is an approach to writing instruction, at all grade levels, that recognizes that at the heart of effective writing is the building of meaning, expressed in a way so that others can follow the writer’s thinking.
Wiki is for anyone in education including teachers, students, and parents. The teachers can create their wiki pages and assign home work to the students, create discussions to get the students opinion. Students and teachers can add and edit the pages. It is a wonderful way to create student centered collaborative learning environment.
K. Chorianopoulos, and G. Polymeris. 7th Pan-Hellenic Conference with International Participation «ICT in Education», page 185--188. Corinth, University of Peloponnese, Korinthos, Greece, 23-26 September 2010, (2010)