Rui Esteves
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  • Câmara de Lobos, Madeira Island
  • Portugal
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Rui Esteves is now a member of Unite IT: The e-Inclusion Network in Europe
Mar 31, 2020

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Where do you work?
Escola Básica e Secundária Dr. Luís Maurílio da Silva Dantas
Your position at work
ICT Teacher
Organisation's Website
http://www.ebslmsd-carmo.pt/
Organisation's Address
Rua Joaquim Pestana n.º2 9300-145 Câmara de Lobos, PORTUGAL
What does your organization do (100-word description)
Secondary school where a big diversity of courses is available. Puts a lot of effort into environmental and Internet security activities. Developed an European and a Robotic club to catch a bigger international dimension, where students and teachers can participate in exchange programs.
What digital skills training or activities do you or does your organization offer (if any)?
ICT courses in different grades.
A very dynamic robotic club open to all sutdents.
Internet security activities are also available to all grades.
Your function and/or responsibilities related to digital skills training and empowerment
ICT teacher in different grades.
I'm involved in Internet Security activities (Seguranet).
How are you involved in digital inclusion / empowerment?
I'm developing a website to explain, youngest students, what is the Fake News and what the damage it causes if is share.
I developed a blog where I described what is happen in ICT subjects (all grades available): applications and skills used in.
How did you learn about this community?
I got involved through an ALL DIGITAL event
Why would yo like to join the network?
I know digital literacy encompasses 21st-century skills related to the effective and appropriate use of technology.
It’s important to understand that even digital natives who know how to send a text and post to social media are not considered “digitally literate” by any means. Digital literacy in education encompasses so much more. For example, students must have specific skills when reading online text that may contain embedded resources such as hyperlinks, audio clips, graphs, or charts that require students to make choices. And I want to participate in this process, locally in my school, and widely joining UniteIT.
Students today are also being asked to create, collaborate, and share digital content and to do so responsibly. For these reasons, principals, school librarians, and teachers understand the importance of digital literacy skills for students and teaching digital literacy in the classroom. I strong believe uniteIT has a big role in this development.

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