17 a) protecting devices and digital content, understanding risks and threats in digital environments, b) knowing about safety and security measures, respecting reliability and privacy. • Protecting personal data and privacy: a) protecting personal data and privacy in digital environments, b) understanding how to use and share personally identifiable information while protecting yourself and others from damages, c) understanding that digital services use a “Privacy policy” to inform about the usage of personal data. • Protecting health and well-being: a) avoiding health risks and threats to physical and psychological well-being while using digital technologies, b) protecting yourself and others from dangers in digital environments (e.g., cyber bullying), c) being aware of digital technologies for social well-being and social inclusion. • Protecting the environment: being aware of the environmental impact of digital technologies and their use. 5. Problem solving • Solving technical problems: identifying technical problems when operating devices and using digital environments and solving them (from troubleshooting to solving more complex problems). • Identifying needs and technological responses: a) assessing needs, identifying, evaluating, selecting, and using digital tools and technological responses and to solve them, b) adjusting and customising digital environments to personal needs (e.g., accessibility). • Creatively using digital technology: a) using digital tools and technologies to create knowledge and to innovate processes and products, b) engaging individually and collectively in cognitive processing to understand and resolve conceptual problems and problem situations in digital environments. • Identifying digital competence gaps: