Digital Learning Skills Scope and Sequence

Digital Learning & Vision 2025

Digital Learning Scope & Sequence Documents



Digital Learning Pedagogy

Connected Learning

"For more than a century, educators have strived to customize education to the learner. Connected Learning leverages the advances of the digital age to make that dream a reality—connecting academics to interests, learners to inspiring peers and mentors, and educational goals to the higher order skills the new economy rewards. Six principles (below) define it and allow every young person to experience learning that is social, participatory, interest-driven and relevant to the opportunities of our time."


Digital Learning Projects



Digital Learning Tool Training Resources

The following tools are supported by SFUSD and included in the Digital Backpack. The Digital Backpack is a secure online portal for students to access learning applications. Click the link to learn more about the digital backpack.

We use Clever as the tool to provide this service. All applications in Clever have a contract to be used by SFUSD students. All students and teachers at SFUSD have an account on Clever. The Digital Backpack can be accessed from any browser by going to

Writing & Publishing

Google Docs - SAMR - Digital Learning Scope & Sequence

Research/Project Management

Google Keep - SAMR - Digital Learning Scope & Sequence

Data Visualization

Google Sheets - SAMR - Digital Learning Scope & Sequence

Infographics & Diagram

Google Draw - SAMR - Digital Learning Scope & Sequence

Multimedia Presentations

Google Slides - SAMR - Digital Learning Scope & Sequence

Interactive Maps

Google Maps - SAMR - Digital Learning Scope & Sequence

Standards in Action

Empowered Learner

Digital Citizen

Turn your classroom into a personalized learning environment

By Robyn Howton


Digital citizenship needs to be a group effort

By Sarah Stoeckl


Proactive not protective! Digital citizenship should empower students

By Sarah Stoeckl


Knowledge Constructor

Innovative Designer

How to Curate Quality Resources for any Classroom or Subject

By Kristen Harrington


Media literacy starts with SEARCHing the internet

By Jodi Pilgrim and Elda Martinez


5 ways to help students become innovative designers

By Laura Taddei


Computational Thinker

Creative Communicator

How to develop computational thinkers

By Jorge Valenzuela


Resources for teachers to learn digital storytelling skills to share with their students including infographics, interactive maps, podcasting, video production, and more!

Global Collaborator

Turn students into real-world science collaborators

By Nicole Krueger


Here's what the ISTE Standards for students look like in 5 #RemakeLearning projects

By Justin Aglio and Norton Gusky


Digital Learning & Equity

- National Education Technology Plan

Personalized Learning

If you have questions about this project, contact Stu Jernigan at

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