Digital fluency is the ability to use digital technology effectively. All students should be able to use digital technology to learn, to work, and to play through the use of real-world tools and processes.
The Technology in Education framework provides direction for the use of technology in the classroom and addresses three main areas:
- Teaching and learning;
- Administrative uses; and
- Provincial infrastructure.
Digital Citizenship Education in Saskatchewan Schools is a planning guide, which offers policies and procedures to support students as they learn how to build and maintain a positive online presence and to protect their privacy online.
The Digital Citizenship Continuum from Kindergarten to Grade 12 provides age appropriate learning ideas for teachers to help students build an understanding of safe and appropriate online practices in these key areas:
- Privacy protection;
- Rights and responsibilities; and
- Respectful online behaviour.
Access more information and learning resources to support students, teachers and families at I Am Stronger Digital Citizenship Education in Saskatchewan.