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28 February, Cyber Scotland Week 2022 #CSW2022 January 20, 2022

Cyber Scotland Week 2022 will kick off on the 28th February and we’ve got lots of activities lined up for you this year. Keep up-to-date with all things #CSW2022 on twitter:@CyberResScot @CyberScotlandWk @DigiLearnScot Below are our DigiLearnScot events for #CSW2022, including prior information webinars in the run-up: 03 February 4pm, Capture the Flag with Try Hack Me: teacher information session   28 February 11am, Read-a-long story – Monkey Cow (ELC/Primary) 01 March 1.30pm, Live lesson… Read more

03 February 1600 – 1700, Capture the Flag with Try Hack Me: teacher information session January 20, 2022

This webinar is for secondary teachers interested in entering teams into a FREE cyber security Capture the Flag event. Try Hack Me will support teachers with three live training sessions. The challenges will be suitable for complete beginners as well as experienced tech-savvy students. This information session is for teachers that want to register their school to participate in the capture the flag event. There will be further sessions for the pupils that you register… Read more

02 February 1600 – 1700, iDEA -Inspiring Digital Enterprise Award January 19, 2022

The Inspiring Digital Enterprise Award, known as iDEA is helping people of all ages develop digital and enterprise skills, discover new talents and gain digital confidence, for free. There are over 80 bite-sized modules available to try on iDEA which have been created with industry experts and innovative employers. iDEA enables learners to showcase their skills as they earn digital badges, certificates and Awards which can be added to LinkedIn profiles, CVs and applications to… Read more

08 February 1600 – 1700, How can Computing At School (CAS) Network Support Scotland? January 18, 2022

Are you an Early Years, Primary or Secondary practitioner in Scotland and looking for a UK wide network to support and inspire you with innovative digital and computing science ideas?  Education Scotland has collaborated with Computing at School (CAS) to bring you this information session on how the CAS network can support you.  During the session you will hear about growing your personal learning network, working groups, resources, events and lots more to develop your… Read more

CIDREE Yearbook 2021 – Digital Literacy: Curriculum Development and Implementation in European Countries January 17, 2022

The latest CIDREE Yearbook was published towards the end of last year. Titled Digital Literacy: Curriculum Development and Implementation in European Countries, we contributed the Scottish chapter on how digital literacy has been embraced by education practitioners and learners across Early Learning and Childcare, primary and secondary schools (ages 3-18).  It details how adapting and diversifying modes of professional learning are critical in providing practitioners with relevant, motivating and skills-building opportunities to improve their own digital… Read more

About Digilearn.scot

In line with the Digital Learning and Teaching Strategy for Scotland, DigiLearn team at Education Scotland aim to:

  • Develop the skills and confidence of educators in the appropriate and effective use of digital technology to support learning and teaching
  • Improve access to digital technology for all learners
  • Ensure that digital technology is a central consideration in all areas of curriculum and assessment delivery
  • Empower leaders of change to drive innovation and investment in digital technology for learning and teaching

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Computing Science

Have you visited our Computing Science site yet?

Computing is one of the most exciting subjects children and young people can learn about. Computers are all around us, embedded in the devices we use everyday, from kettles and toasters, to cars and buildings.

The DigiLearn team at Education Scotland aim to provide teachers with the knowledge and skills to bring this exciting, engaging and meaningful subject to life in, and out, of classrooms across the country. We will develop capacity across education for teachers to develop and embed computing science across the curriculum, with the support of training, resources and tailored guidance/support.

 

Go to Computing Science site

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