In the computer lab of Alonzo and Tracy Mourning Senior High School last year, Aaron Levin, an associate product marketing manager, helped train students, from left, Shon Hermilus, Salma El-Jurf and Corina Daniels on using the website LinkedIn. Schools are working to teach kids “digital literacy” skills that extend far beyond the social media that many are already experts in.
In the computer lab of Alonzo and Tracy Mourning Senior High School last year, Aaron Levin, an associate product marketing manager, helped train students, from left, Shon Hermilus, Salma El-Jurf and Corina Daniels on using the website LinkedIn. Schools are working to teach kids “digital literacy” skills that extend far beyond the social media that many are already experts in. WALTER MICHOT MIAMI HERALD STAFF
In the computer lab of Alonzo and Tracy Mourning Senior High School last year, Aaron Levin, an associate product marketing manager, helped train students, from left, Shon Hermilus, Salma El-Jurf and Corina Daniels on using the website LinkedIn. Schools are working to teach kids “digital literacy” skills that extend far beyond the social media that many are already experts in. WALTER MICHOT MIAMI HERALD STAFF

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July 28, 2015 4:00 PM

Your kids can tweet, but are they really digitally literate?

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