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WHAT DIGITAL LEARNING MIGHT LOOK LIKE – EDUCATION SCOTLAND

The aim of the document is to provide examples of learning activities and how they can be incorporated into a range of contexts at early, first and second level.

The document lists the experiences and outcomes in the left-hand column with suggested learning activities in the right-hand column.

These examples are not exhaustive and are only to illustrate how educators can include the digital literacy and computing science experiences and outcomes into cross-curricular contexts.

Improvement questions

  1. How confident are you that the experiences you are providing for learners allow them to develop the skills, knowledge and understanding outlined in the curriculum guidance?
  2. Do you know the level of digital literacy learners come to you with?
  3. How confident are you when using digital technology in your lessons?
  4. How well do your learners make use of high-quality resources and equipment, including digital technologies?

GIRLGUIDES: DIGITAL SCOTLAND CHALLENGE BADGE

Activities, support and resources to help you work towards achieving the Digital Scotland challenge badge.

This project is developed and funded by Scottish Government through the
Digital Scotland Business Excellence Partnership whose partners include Scottish Government, Skills Development Scotland, Education Scotland, Scotland IS, Scottish Funding Council, Scottish Qualifications Authority, Highlands & Islands Enterprise, Scottish Enterprise, FSB and Digital Technologies sector representatives.

GOOGLE – CS FIRST

CS First

CS First is a free computer science curriculum from Google that makes coding easy to teach and fun to learn. Their site has information and professional learnign for educators to make sure they have the confidence and knowledge to introduce Computing Science to their learners, as well as video tutorials and block-based coding challenges using Scratch for learners.

Visit CS First