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28 February, Cyber Scotland Week 2022 #CSW2022

Cyber Scotland Week 2022 will kick off on the 28th February and we’ve got lots of activities lined up for you this year. Keep up-to-date with all things #CSW2022 on twitter:
@CyberResScot

@CyberScotlandWk

@DigiLearnScot

Below are our DigiLearnScot events for #CSW2022, including prior information webinars in the run-up:

03 February 4pm, Capture the Flag with Try Hack Me: teacher information session

 

28 February 11am, Read-a-long story – Monkey Cow (ELC/Primary)

01 March 1.30pm, Live lesson with Barefoot Computing – Who Does This Belong To? (Primary)

02 March 11am, Code-a-long with micro:bit – Making a Password Generator

03 March, Live lesson with Tech We Can – Tech for Safety and Security (Upper Primary and Secondary)

 

 

* This list will update as events are added/amended

** If links are not active, then signup details are not yet available – check back soon

07 March 1600 – 1700, Cyber Security (Cyber Resilience and Internet Safety II professional learning programme 4)

As educators it is our responsibility (GTCS) to ensure our learners are taught how to be cyber resilient and safer online.

This is episode one of a four-part professional learning programme designed to develop educators’ knowledge of cyber resilience and internet safety skills and knowledge required to support with learners live their best online lives.

In this episode we will explore how teachers can take learners further into cyber with the context of cyber security.

Activity: Before attending we want you to think about how you are going to take forward what you have learned from these episodes, such as how to disseminate to colleagues or to engage learners and families. How will this work be implemented in school policy or improvement planning.

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08 March 1600 – 1700, Learning (This is Digital Learning and Teaching II professional learning programme 4)

As educators it is our responsibility to make effective use of digital technology to deliver high quality teaching, engaging learning and effective assessment.

This four-part professional learning programme is designed to enhance educators’ knowledge and skills in order to develop their learning, teaching and assessment with digital technology.

 

Episode 4 –  Assessment done digitally:

  • can meet the needs of more learners
  • create easily accessible and portable evidence that can be shared and moderated
  • allows the teacher to provide meaningful feedback in the form of voice, video or text (and can even be generated automatically)
  • means the teacher can often export this data for more effective tracking

 

Discussion activity – before attending we want you to reflect on this statement and share your thinking with us:

“Teachers should ‘feed forward’ about learners’ next steps instead of feedback on something they have already done.”

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01 March 1600 – 1700, Learning (This is Digital Learning and Teaching II professional learning programme 3)

As educators it is our responsibility to make effective use of digital technology to deliver high quality teaching, engaging learning and effective assessment.

This four-part professional learning programme is designed to enhance educators’ knowledge and skills in order to develop their learning, teaching and assessment with digital technology.

 

Episode 3 –  Digital learning enables and empowers learners to:

  • learn any time and place
  • learn in ways that suit their needs, abilities or preferences
  • learn collaboratively with peers locally or globally
  • create meaningful outcomes and products

So how do we start to shape our teaching to create these outcomes?

 

Discussion activity – before attending we want you to reflect on this statement and share your thinking with us:

“What does learning look like when we leave the jotters behind?”

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