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6 May, 16.00– 17.00, Early Level Practitioner Computing Science Catch up April 16, 2021

Thursday 6th May 2021 16.00 – 17.00 You will not require a Glow login to join this webinar A follow-up discussion & sharing session focusing on: Confidence, creativity, and curiosity in early level computing science. This session aims to bring together practitioners working with early level learners from all across the Early Learning and Childcare sector in Scotland. The session will be an informal, discussion-based ‘computing science catch up’, discussing and sharing how we are… Read more

20th April 2021 Technology Tools for Complex Needs with CALL Scotland. March 12, 2021

This session is for education staff who are supporting learners with Complex Needs within an early years/primary context. 20th April 2021, 4:00 – 5.00pm  This session will demonstrate how simple to use, free digital tools can be used to create activities for learning and communication. We will explore how these tools can be used to create learning experiences which support the development of Anticipation, Early Communication, Cause & Effect and Emergent Literacy & Numeracy. All… Read more

Webinar catch up. Early Learning & Childcare Practitioner webinar with NCSC: Cyber Security for Childcare providers: why it matters and top tips. February 26, 2021

Webinar recording from Friday 26th  February 1300-1330. Early Learning & Childcare Practitioner webinar with NCSC: Cyber Security for Childcare providers: why it matters and top tips. All childcare providers want to create a safe and secure environment for the children in your care. As we become ever more reliant on digital technology it is increasingly important that you protect data (on children, staff and families), finances and also the integrity of any digital systems you… Read more

Digital Quality Assurance of National Qualifications February 19, 2021

This post outlines one possible digital solution for a quality assurance process when reviewing leaner evidence. Using Microsoft Teams and OneNote, learner evidence can be curated and shared with peers. Discussion around learner evidence can be done asynchronously or live, with the results of the discussion recorded in text, video or voice notes.  Every member of the team will be able to access the record of quality assurance to enable them to make judgements about… Read more

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