Beth Holland’s series on innovation are packed full of education’s new currency: attempts to translate the skills that got us to this point repurposed in the context of today’s world. Insights to keep your eye on… #medialiteracy https://t.co/vFCesgVFWd
According to the DQ Institute, which coined the acronym in 2016, digital intelligence is “the sum of social, emotional and cognitive abilities that enable individuals to face the challenges and adapt to the demands of digital life”.
Such threats include reduced digital empathy – leading to increased anxiety and social pressures among their peers – excessive screen time, digital addiction, cyber-bullying, online grooming, digital identity theft, online privacy mismanagement and exposure to digital disinformation operations.
On average, education systems around the world are ill equipped to set standards and guidelines around online life for young people, and to integrate DQ capacity-building within their schools
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