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  1. […] Spencer, K. (2018). What is digital fluency? Retrieved 28 April 2018, from […]

  2. […] search for Digital Fluency. A definition that i found to be very interesting is the following: “In a digital context for learning, fluency involves using technologies “readily and strategically to learn, to work, and to play, and the infusion of technology in teaching […]

  3. […] Digital fluency goes beyond being literate. Digital fluency is a combination of digital proficiency, digital literacy, and social competence. Being able to communicate well is the most important part of digital fluency. The difference between digital literacy and digital fluency is that being literate means being able to choose which technologies will work the best, and being fluent means being able to explain why that would be the best technology, and how it should be adapted. (More about digital fluency here.) […]

  4. […] “Digital Fluency”: -is more broader than literacy, and being fluent requires abilities to go beyond the skills.  […]

  5. […] Reference List (2019). Retrieved from Does Our Current Education System Support Innovation?. (2019). Retrieved from Hendricks, B. (2019). What Is Digital Fluency? – Definition & Example | Retrieved from Martin, K. (2019). The Key to 21st Century Classrooms Isn’t Tech. It’s Evolved Teaching. – EdSurge News. Retrieved from Spencer, K. (2019). What is digital fluency?. Retrieved from […]

  6. […] Top 5 Problems with Technology in Education Today. Technology has been used in most schools since the ‘90s (remember CD-ROMS?) , but it still has some hiccups. We weigh in on some of the most problematic issues facing the edtech world today. Students are so quick to turn to the Internet to answer questions that some believe critical thinking has gone down the tube. How Should Professors Be Using Classroom Technology? Suchita Chadha is a junior at Emerson College and the author of our weekly “Student Voice” column. As we enter the last quarter of 2015, it’s clear that automated processes have become increasingly normalized in all aspects of our lives. Whether it’s Siri looking up something for you, or having reminders and calendar events for everything from taking the trash out to the next doctor’s appointment, we’ve gotten used to having certain things done by the devices in our back pockets. What is digital fluency? […]

  7.' Alfonse Nazzaro says:

    I truly enjoyed this article because it clearly articulates the difference between Digital Literacy and Digital Fluency. Digital Literacy is only one aspect of Digital Fluency. I’m not sure if most schools today even consider fluency to be necessary. Time will tell, especially as more and more young learners realize the impact (positive or negative) of their digital use.

  8. […] Digital fluency is the ability not only to understand the basics of technology but also to easily incorporate them into the work day. For example, fluency in a language would require you not only to speak or understand it on a basic level but also to be able to communicate smoothly and effectively in that language. The same is true of technology. Basic literacy is one thing; however, deeper understanding of technology includes the following: […]

  9.' Verallen Kleinhenz says:

    Everyone should have the ability to practice digital fluency. This broadens the creativity of the teacher and the student. To be able to go beyond the digital literacy to the digital fluency requires someone that can move beyond the confines of the literacy.

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