Tag: mar21

Webinar catch up: Confidence, creativity, and curiosity in early level computing science: exploring programmable devices and online resources.

16 March AM & PM

In this webinar recording, we explore programmable devices and online coding and computing science resources/apps and discuss how to introduce them via play at early level. This webinar builds on content delivered in the prior two webinars:

10th March, 16:00, Quality Assuring Senior Phase Learner Evidence – A digital solution

During this webinar we will look at the digital solution for quality assuring learner evidence shared on digilearn.scot

About this Event

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This webinar will look at the digital solution for quality assuring learner evidence on digilearn.scot and how this could provide a solution for practitioners at a department, school and local authority level.

https://blogs.glowscotland.org.uk/glowblogs/digilearn/2021/02/19/digital-quality-assurance-of-national-qualifications/

 

08 March 2021, 16:00: Computing Science: National Qualifications Asessment and Quality Assurance

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During this webinar you will hear from two teachers about how their schools and local authority are approaching assessment and quality assurance of Computing Science National Qualifications. They will look at the methods implemented to ensure consistency across our local authority this year, drawing on colleagues’ expertise from Standardisation and Understanding Standards events.

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23 March, 15:45 – 16:45 How to Deliver Psychology NQs remotely/online

This webinar will look at how practitioners might deliver content to learners in an online environment.

About this Event

You will require a glow login for this webinar.

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.

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09 March 15:45 – 16:45 How to Deliver RMPS NQs remotely/online

This webinar will look at how practitioners might deliver content to learners in an online environment.

About this Event

You will require a glow login for this webinar.

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.

 

04 March, 15:45 – 16:45 Craft, design, engineering and graphics NQT/Student teacher #Teachmeet

In this webinar you will hear from recent NQTs about their 1st year in teaching & have an opportunity to link up.

About this Event

You will require a Glow login for this webinar.

During this webinar you will hear from NQTs about their first year or 2 in teaching. What has been good for them, hints and tips for starting in a new school, what are they hoping for in the future and you will also have an opportunity to link up with other practitioners in the same position as you.

 

31 March, 2021,16:00 Google Classroom for beginners – Google education event

Aimed at teachers and teaching assistants working with children who have not used Google Classroom much or at all to manage learning in one place.

Your own G Suite for Education account may not be allowed to join our demo Classroom based on your school’s settings, so you will have the option of using a demo account or be a student in the Classroom. You can also follow along and create a Classroom of your own in your own G Suite for Education account as we go through the content.

When: Wednesday 31st March @ 4pm

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18 March, 2021, 16:00, Lesson planning with docs and slides – Google education event

Aimed at teachers and learning support, this session specifically looks at Google Drive collaboration and sharing through the lens of lesson planning.

By using Shared Drives as a year group or faculty team, you can provide easy access to learning resources, central curriculum templates and assignments whether you are working together or separately. Take away some simple ideas to reduce your planning time and make sure everyone has the best resources at their fingertips.

When: Thursday 18th March @ 4pm