Teaching Today’s Essential Literacies

To meet the demands of our technology driven society and economy, educational leaders must make it a priority to integrate digital literacy into the educational fibers—cross curriculum. It should not be a separate study but what Technology Review, an MIT publications calls a, “paradigm shift to how we teach traditional materials.” Digitability’s award winning curriculum and unique design extends this opportunity to all teachers and their students.

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Autism Expressed

We make digital literacy accessible to students with autism to improve post secondary outcomes while teaching communication, socialization and time management.

Special Education

Digitability bridges the academic gap and equalizes opportunities for all learners. Our program provides a multi-sensory approach to help students reaching more rigorous academic objectives.

K12

To meet the demands of our technology driven society and economy, educational leaders must make it a priority to integrate digital literacy into the educational fibers – cross curriculum.

Adults

Digitability brings everyone online with increased digital aptitude. It provides pathways for empowerment with a new set of tools for social and vocational opportunities.

 

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If our expectation is that people with autism will have opportunities available to them to fully participate in communities to be gainfully employed and to have meaning life experience, then teaching digital literacy is going to be a big part of that.

- David Mandell, Sc. D. Director, Center for Mental Health Policy and Services Research, University of Pennsylvania, Associate Director, Center for Autism Research, The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia


OUR CURRICULUM

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