An Insights from Teachers’ Perspective : How To Teach Young Learners In Children’s Digital Literacy Era

Insights from Teachers’ Perspective of How To Teach Young Learners In Children’s Digital Literacy Era

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  • endah yulia eka student

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children literacy, digital literacy, young learners, early education, narrative interviews

Abstract

This paper conduct with research question is to identify the level of digital literacy in a sample of teachers and families. We obeerved lower efficiency when managing their own identities on the Internet, and generally, lower competencies when it comes to participating in conflict situations on the Internet, as well as in relation to digital identity management. This result focuses not only on related to conflict resolution, but also on all issues handled with appropriate conflict management, and aid petitions when dealing with courts or observations that necessary to focus on topics related to cyberspace pleasures and pleasures.

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Published

2023-12-31

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eka, endah yulia (2023) “An Insights from Teachers’ Perspective : How To Teach Young Learners In Children’s Digital Literacy Era: Insights from Teachers’ Perspective of How To Teach Young Learners In Children’s Digital Literacy Era”, IJET (Indonesian Journal of English Teaching), 12(2), pp. 231–238. Available at: https://jurnalftk.uinsby.ac.id/index.php/IJET/article/view/615 (Accessed: 26 February 2024).

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