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What is the level of students in Romania in terms of digital skills: the report that shows the reality in schools

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Students in Romania know how to use technology at an intermediate level, according to a new study. The results reflect a minimum functional average level of digital skills.

According to Brio, an ed-tech platform for measuring educational performance approved by the Ministry of Education, together with UiPath Foundation, with the support of Banca Comerciala Romana (BCR) as a project implementation partner, the results of the first report on the digital literacy level of students grades I-XII in Romania are mediocre.

Digital skills of Romanian students

According to the report, the data obtained after the first seven months of operation of the digital literacy test in Romania show that the literacy index generated by the test (a score that can vary between 0-100) is classified in one of the three competence categories. Namely, the “Non-Functional” level represents the scores between 0-50, the “Functional Minimum” level represents the scores between 50-75, the “Functional” level represents the scores between 75-100.

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Following the report, the average digital literacy score for the entire sample is 65.93 points. In other words, on average, students in grades I-XII between the ages of 6 and 18 in Romania use the technology well enough to do it on their own, without being guided, in the case of well-defined tasks.

We also learn from the report that only a quarter of students in grades I-XII fall within the functional level of digital literacy. This means that they can work competently with information and digital content, communicate formally and informally online, and adapt to the audience. In addition, students understand the many opportunities that the Internet offers, can create and edit different forms of content at an advanced level, and also know specific and innovative rules related to the protection of devices and personal information.

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Moreover, 57% of the sample studied falls within the minimum functional level of digital literacy. This means that they are able to use the technology well enough to do it on their own, without being guided, in the case of well-defined tasks (ie when they know exactly what the outcome should be, such as sending an e-mail). mail or finding specific information).

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