In the digital age, a student who knows himself or herself as a learner is an autonomous student, who knows what helps and what hinders success, and who mobilizes digital tools in the service of learning. A good way to orchestrate this concretely is to use a digital work plan. Indeed, many applications allow you to create a flexible plan that supports the learner in their self-awareness, targets goals, and helps them self-assess. In this workshop, you will see how to help students make the right choices for them and self-assess, as well as how to track them individually while not losing the big picture of the class group. You will also discover how to set attainable and concrete learning goals for youth.
The digital work plan
Main dimension(s) of digital competence