Category: Webinar Catch Up

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

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 use, including email, communication channels and databases.

There are a handful of steps you can take to minimise the potentially costly and disruptive effect of a cyber incident, and better safeguard the children in your care, as well as your business’s finances and reputation. This short seminar is for anyone working in childcare in Scotland. It is run by the National Cyber Security Centre (www.ncsc.gov.uk), and supported by the Scottish Government, Education Scotland and Care Inspectorate, as part of CyberScotland Week. It will provide you with advice and steps you can take to minimise the likelihood and impact of a cyber attack on your setting, and information about where to get help and advice if you need it.

 

Your feedback can inform our next steps for how we can best work with you to build cyber resilience. If you would like to provide any feedback or share any comments/questions on this session, please share your feedback here before 12th March.

 

7 Quick Wins: Cyber Resilience and Internet Safety Workshop

This session aims to develop your knowledge and understanding of Cyber Resilience and Internet Safety (CRIS) learning and teaching within our curriculum. It will explore engaging contexts, quality lessons and effective assessment of CRIS for your setting. The session will highlight the CRIS content available on this blog and allow practitioners to share their ideas and examples as a group.

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18th Feb, 18:00, National eLearning Offer to Support Learning – ELC and Primary

This webinar will explore how the National e-Learning Offer can be used to support learning, both remotely and during recovery in schools an

About this Event

You will require a glow login for this webinar.

The target audience for this webinar is early learning and childcare practitioners and primary teachers

The National e-Learning Offer (NeLO) brings together the live learning option from e-Sgoil, recorded content led by West Partnership (West OS) and supported materials identified by practitioner networks and organised by Education Scotland. The webinar will inform and update participants on what is available through NeLO.

The main focus of this third webinar is to explore the suite of national e-learning resources available for use with learners in ELC and primary schools. It will share the rationale behind the approaches and discuss ways in which they can flexibly be used in practice – both in settings and at home.

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18th Feb, 11am – National eLearning Offer to Support Learning – ELC and Primary – 11am

You will require a glow login for this webinar.

The target audience for this webinar is early learning and childcare practitioners and primary teachers

The National e-Learning Offer (NeLO) brings together the live learning option from e-Sgoil, recorded content led by West Partnership (West OS) and supported materials identified by practitioner networks and organised by Education Scotland. The webinar will inform and update participants on what is available through NeLO.

The main focus of this third webinar is to explore the suite of national e-learning resources available for use with learners in ELC and primary schools. It will share the rationale behind the approaches and discuss ways in which they can flexibly be used in practice – both in settings and at home.

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18th Feb, 15:45 – 16:45, How practitioners are working with e-Sgoil to deliver CDT study classes

You will require a Glow login for this webinar.  

During this webinar you will hear from the practitioners who are delivering the study classes for design and manufacture, engineering science and graphic communication. They will share their experiences of delivering online and working collaboratively to produce resources.

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Connecting Classrooms through Global Learning

Learning for Sustainable Development Goals. Bring digital learning to life and take action on the big issues that shape our world with Connecting Classrooms through Global Learning’s (CCGL) new online partnerships programme! Join the CCGL team and Education Scotland to get advice on online collaboration and more information about the funding, free support, resources and professional learning on offer. And hear more from schools who are already taking part – collaborating locally, nationally and globally with each other to make Learning for Sustainability and the Sustainable Development Goals part of everyday learning.

 

23 Feb, 1600 – 1700 Supporting children & young people to safely navigate their online lives.

Tuesday 23rd February 1600-1700

You will require a glow login for this webinar.

Staying informed, watching videos, gaming, connecting? What are children & young people doing online and how can we best support them?

The internet has opened up new ways for children and young people to share, connect, chat and friend. Many of these activities are normal and a natural part of growing up, especially for teenagers.

Children & young people themselves have not changed, curiosity about relationships and sex remains the same, but access to the internet has changed the way young people communicate and explore these. Although much of this now happens online, the support and advice which keeps children safe ‘in real life’ will keep them safer online too.

Join us as part of Cyber Scotland Week in this informative webinar to find out what resources exist and where you can access them to support the children and young people you work with.

 

10th Feb, 2021, 16:00 – Independent Learning Strategies in a Digital Environment

You will require a glow login for this webinar. Book Here  

This introductory session, aimed at primary and secondary setting staff, will explore how to develop independent learning strategies and how digital technologies can play a central role to build the skills required to develop self-regulated learners providing ownership and mastery of their learning.

Hear from an experienced practitioner supporting learners to develop independent learning strategies.

17 Feb, 2021, How to Deliver Modern Languages NQs remotely/online

You will require a glow login for this webinar.  Register Here

This webinar will look at how practitioners might deliver content to learners in an online environment. This will cover an overview of the tools/pedagogies to deliver flipped/asynchronous delivery and live/interactive sessions and we will have practitioners sharing how they are delivering this in their schools.

National eLearning Offer Webinar available to watch online

Webinar Overview

The webinar giving an overview of the National e-Learning Offer is now available to watch again.  This webinar provides

  • an overview of the live, recorded and supported elements of National eLearning Offer by Joan MacKay from Education Scotland
  • an overview of the live element by Jacqui Yule from e-Sgoil
  • an introduction to to the recorded element by Paul Downie from WestOS
  • inputs from three teachers sharing how they are making use of the recorded content available to support learning and teaching

Recordings

Introduction: Joan Mackay, Education Scotland

Live Element: Jacqui Yule, e-Sgoil

Recorded Element: Paul Downie, WestOS

Practitioner Input: Tina Visovan, Biology

Practitioner Input: Julie O’Sullivan, Biology

Practitioner Input: Claire Cassidy, Modern Studies