Author(s): Tyler H.J. Frank – Clark College
The research paper explores fostering digital problem-solving skills among adult learners in online classes. The author observes that students are utilizing the internet alongside the provided curriculum, necessitating the integration of internet literacy.
Three key interactions with the digital world are identified: exploring and navigating, using new tools, and evaluating information. The paper describes activities and strategies to develop students’ skills in these areas, emphasizing self-directed learning and critical evaluation of online information.
ALE Journal – Volume 4, Issue 3