This pathway will provide you with a basic level introduction to digital learning and teaching. It includes support on the tools available and pedagogical approaches you may want to consider. 

This is a flexible ‘anytime, anywhere’ pathway where you can watch all the sections or just the sections you need. it will also point you to further professional learning pathways and our live webinars. 

 

1. Getting started with teaching tools

All Glow users have access to Microsoft Office365 (which Teams is part of) or Google Workspace for Education (formerly G Suite) (which Classroom is part of) and your school might use one or both of these. Once you know which platform you’ll be using you can follow these pathways for more information.

Cyber Resilience and Internet Safety

When planning to support learners with positive online experiences you should start with the Digital Literacy experience and outcomes for cyber resilience and internet safety (CRIS) within the Technologies curriculum. Our CRIS section has ideas, information and examples to help you get started with this area of learning and teaching.


2. Using digital to develop learning, teaching and assessment

learning and teaching online

As your digital skills develop these sections will support you with ideas and information that will help you to create engaging learning activities, quality teaching resources and effective assessments and feedback.

3. Developing pedagogy and applying digital learning, teaching and assessment

As your digital skills develop these sections will support you with ideas and information that will help you to create engaging learning activities, quality teaching resources and effective assessments and feedback.