In 2018, Deloitte Centre for the Edge & Geelong Grammar School published "From coding to competence", developing the idea of digital competence that was first outlined in "To code or not to code, is that the question?" While it's important to know how to use the technology, digital literacy, it's more important to understand when and why to use the technology, digital competence.
The essay proposed a framework for understanding and teaching digital competence. The framework remains incomplete though, and needs to be populated with examples of digital competence before it is useful.
This project, "Mapping digital competence", attempts to populate the framework by asking the following question:
How might teaching digital competence manifest across the educational strata (K-12, post-secondary, vocational, industry…)?
or, put another way:
What are the attributes of a graduate (from each of the educational strata) that represent digital competence, and how might they be taught?