Empowering leaders of change to drive innovation and investment in digital technology for learning and teaching

 
If digital technology is to be used consistently to enhance learning and teaching across Scotland, then it is essential that leaders at all levels understand the benefits of digital technology in education and support its increased use. It is only with this knowledge and support that leaders will be able to make informed decisions about how digital technology can best support education in their local contexts.

Into Headship school leaders

Empowering Leaders of Change: why digital?

Why digital? Kirsty McFaul, Education Scotland Read more

Empowering Leaders of Change: Embedding digital into schools improvement planning and self-evaluation

Embedding digital into schools improvement planning and self-evaluation Our Lady of the Missions Primary School, East Renfrewshire Council Read more

Empowering Leaders of Change: a sustainable digital-first approach

A sustainable digital-first approach Berth Park High School, Perth and Kinross Council Read more

Empowering Leaders of Change: digital as a driver to broaden school curriculum offer

Digital as a driver to broaden school curriculum offer NL Digital School, North Lanarkshire Council Read more

Digital Schools Award Scotland school leaders

Arlene Beattie, Daviot Primary School

Gavin Pyott, Grove Academy

Judi Regan, St Andrew’s Nursery School

Jayne Mays & Barbara Smith, Fintry Primary School

Sarah Jenkins, Rosebank Primary School

Lucy Scollen and Kay Harvey, Heriot Primary School