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Webinars this week from DigiLearnScot… June 1, 2020

We are delighted to be running a number of webinars this week as a result of feedback from previous attendees. Read more

Try it out Tuesday is back. May 19, 2020

Starting from today, we are releasing a #tryitouttuesday health and wellbeing, digital challenge. Each challenge will have activity options to suit beginners, through to advanced and extended challenges. The challenges can be done at home and an array of supporting resource links are included in this Sway. A short video to explain the challenges and to encourage learners to take part will be released each fortnight from Tuesday 19th May. The Sway is a planning… Read more

Term 4 Webinars May 19, 2020

New Webinars May/June 2020 Based on feedback from our previous webinars, digilearnscot are delighted to be able to offer a new set of professional learning webinars.  Topics covered will include  Early years professional learning with digital tools Platform specific webinars Computing science  Cyber resilience and internet safety  Delivery of content online  Visit the upcoming webinars page for the schedule, or you can browse the calendar for future events. Quick links Webinar Calendar Powered by Eventbrite… Read more

#WeAreDigiLearnScot – Your Community. Your Experiences. Your Stories May 14, 2020

Hello future Guest Bloggers! The DigiLearnScot site hosts a range of information and is an ideal place to find out about webinars, resources and support which is available. We are now looking for stories to share on the site of how you are using digital technologies to support learning and teaching. These posts can be short and snappy, or can be longer and more in depth depending on the individual story and, whilst not essential,… Read more

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Spotlight on: Claire McVittie, Teacher of English from St Kentigern’s Academy in West Lothian, Forth Valley and West Lothian. - In this Guest blog post, Claire McVittie, Teacher of English from St Kentigern's Academy in…
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Our Lady’s RC Primary School – Engaging Parents and Learners - At         Our Lady’s R.C. Primary School in Dundee, the prospect of…

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