Module 4: Critical Digital Literacy
In this module we will explore the tools and choices we make when designing online learning because, as John Dewey writes in Schools of To-Morrow:
“Unless the mass of workers are to be blind cogs and pinions in the apparatus they employ, they must have some understanding of the physical and social facts behind and ahead of the material and appliances with which they are dealing.”
Let’s open our eyes to the dynamics of the “solutions” we find and question how they impact on our teaching.
- What is Critical Digital Literacy?
- Critical Digital Literacies through virtual exchange
- Who shapes the future of learning technology? – a video lecture
- Who shapes the future of learning technology? Discussion
- Critical pedagogy by Sean Michael Morris
- Critical Digital Literacy starts with Critical Pedagogy -please contribute
- Task ideas for critical digital literacy skills development – a collaborative task