For nearly 10 years, Bri has focused on creating content to address the questions and concerns educators have about teaching classes, preparing students for certifications, and making the most of the iCEV curriculum system.
Which Digital Literacy Certification Is Right for Your Students?
With all of this information about IC3 Spark and IC3 GS5, how are you supposed to decide which one to invest in?
Ultimately, only you know what would work best for your students. However, here are a few points to consider when deciding.
The IC3 Spark Certification is perfect for a middle school teacher with students who aren’t very familiar with computers, digital literacy, and other related concepts.
The IC3 GS6 exams are more appropriate for high schoolers, and we recommend reviewing each level of certification to determine how they might fit into your program.
Start Teaching Digital Literacy and Help Your Students Succeed
After reading this article, you should have a good idea of which digital literacy certification you want to add to your courses, but that’s only one piece of the puzzle.
You also need to teach those skills and concepts to prepare your students for certification success!
While most teachers will lean toward purchasing the IC3 test prep material, there’s so much more to preparing your students than giving them practice tests.
That’s why thousands of teachers have implemented the Business&ITCenter21 digital curriculum in their computer applications and career readiness classes.
“Business&ITCenter21 is a great program that allows you to teach and model the skills you are covering, then immediately let the students jump in and follow the lessons and activities to further develop their skills.”
Reginald Patterson, Computer Teacher Polk County Public Schools, FL
With nearly 700 hours of curriculum content, Business&ITCenter21 can make your life easier and set your students up for success both on the IC3 exams and in their careers.
Wondering if Business&ITCenter21 is a good fit for you and your students?
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