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Digital Literacy in the Classroom

The aim of Digital Literacy in the Primary Classroom for Years 1–4 is to move beyond the basics of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) and introduce a broader concept of technology, supporting teachers in developing digital literacy attributes and preparing young learners to embark upon their future with new skills. The series is designed to follow a structured yet flexible approach to adapt to the requirements of the classroom, including ideas for differentiation, and is an ideal resource for both experienced teachers and non-specialists alike.

Ages: 5-9 years

About the Author

Dr. Neelam Parmar currently works as Director of E-Learning at Ashford School, United Learning and is instrumental in leading the transformational change of embedding technology within teaching, learning and development. She has completed her PhD in Developing a Pedagogy while using New Technology with young children and is committed to empowering schools, teachers and IT/MIS teams to use technology in constructive and purposeful ways.