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Thematic Areas: Inclusion and Youth | Digital Transformation | Private Sector Engagement | SDGs and Greening TVET
Our Key Programmes & Projects: BILT: Bridging Innovation and Learning in TVET | Building TVET resilience | TVET Leadership Programme | WYSD: World Youth Skills Day
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Digital competence frameworks for teachers, learners and citizens

These pages are dedicated to defining and discussing the digital knowledge, skills and attitudes viewed as inherent to being digitally 'competent'. There are two main components to this work:

1) a database of digital competence frameworks. This database provides a global reference point for information on how digital competencies are being defined for citizens, learners and educators through the use of competence frameworks. The content is relevant to all types of UNEVOC Network members (national and international policy-makers, researchers and practitioners).

2) links to articles and think-pieces discussing the many implications of changing digital skills needs on TVET provision:

2 webinars were held on the topic:

The database will be expanded to include digital strategies developed at continental, national and regional level, and occupational digital competence frameworks. Please check back regularly!


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Indonesian National Digital Literacy Framework

The framework is part of a national movement 'SiBerkreasi' to overcome the threat of the biggest potential dangers faced by Indonesia, namely the spread of negative content through the internet such as hoaxes, cyberbullying and online radicalism. In raising awareness in the Indonesian community of the need for digital skills, the resource presents the national digital education program and curriculum.


GEOGRAPHICAL COVERAGE: Country

ORIGIN: Indonesia 2021

PUBLISHER: Bahasa, Indonesia, 2021

BACKGROUND: The framework is presented in Bahasa Indonesia and English. It encompasses the Indonesian Ministry of Communication and Informatics' launch of the National Digital Literacy Program, including curriculum and education. The site raises awareness of the essential nature of digital skills for the community and for education.

SUMMARY:

Through tools such as videos and podcasts, the site presents the Indonesian government’s national digital education programme and curriculum. In raising awareness of the need for digital skills, through tools such as videos and podcasts, the site presents the national digital education programme and curriculum. For example, the videos explain what digital literacy is, why it is important and outline curricula and education for digital literacy as they relate across society. ‘Indonesia is Getting More Digitally Capable- Launching a National Digital Literacy Programme’ is the Ministry of Communications and Informatics' Roadmap for digital literacy 2021-24 which comprises four frameworks for: Digital Skills; Digital Safety; Digital Ethics and Digital Culture. These comprise new modules and curriculum.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: The site has wide-ranging applicability in motivating students by explaining to them the key importance of digital skills across the board. It is presented in both English and Bahasa Indonesian languages.

TARGET GROUP(S): Citizens; Non-governmental organisations (NGOs) Policy makers Teachers/trainers


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