Tag: May22

25 May 4-5pm Digital Wellbeing Award for Scotland

The Digital Wellbeing Award, aims to provide young people with the skills and confidence required to to navigate the digital world.

Join the Digital Schools Award for Scotland team, a DSAS validator and a school to share their experiences of the framework and achieving the award.

Digital wellbeing is the impact of using digital technology on children and young people’s social and emotional wellbeing.

Sign up here

This is Cyber Resilience and Internet Safety professional learning programme overview

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

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

The course links in with other Education Scotland cyber resilience resources and training, such as the Teacher Toolkit, Digital Schools Award Scotland and Cyber Resilience Mentors certification.

The four sessions are:

  • How We Use the Internet
  • Devices and Accounts
  • Online Behaviours
  • Cyber Security

Latest webinars in This is Cyber series

This is Digital Learning and Teaching professional learning programme overview

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.

The four sessions are:

  • planning
  • content
  • delivery
  • assessment and feedback

Latest webinars in This is Digital series

23 May 2022, 16:00 – 17:30 Microsoft Tools for 21st Century Learning Design Session 3

23rd May 2022, 16:00 – 17:30 Microsoft Tools for 21st Century Learning Design Session 3

This four part series will support you in learning about the wide range of tools which are available from Microsoft. It will show how these tools can support learning and teaching and will link to the 21st Century Learning Design framework from Microsoft.

Session three will focus on tools to support attendees understanding of how some of the Microsoft products can develop skills in Real World Problem Solving and Innovation, Digital Tools for Learning and Skilled Communication for learners and staff alike. Each session in this series is unique and you may wish to dip and out of the series depending upon your needs and product knowledge.

This webinar aims to support practitioners looking to complete the Microsoft Certified Educator (MCE) professional development program and exam. Educators holding a MCE certification can prove they have the skills needed to provide rich, customised learning experiences for their students that incorporate critical 21st century skills using Microsoft tools.

Aims:

  • Ensures faculty/staff have basic understanding of Microsoft Education tools
  • Ensures faculty/staff can demonstrate how to successfully incorporate 21st century into lessons
  • Ensures faculty/staff know which Microsoft Education tools can support which specific 21st century skills

Products discussed and demonstrated in this session include Minecraft: Education Edition, FlipGrid, Microsoft Video Editor and Microsoft Voice Recorder which are not currently available in Glow.

An information and launch event for the MCE program is taking place on 27th April 2022. The online exams will take place throughout 6th -10th and 13th – 17th June.

To book your place at this launch event via Eventbrite, please click here.

To find out more or sign up to attend the launch events for either event for the Microsoft Certified Educator Program (MCE) on 27th April 2022, please click here. You will also find links to information on our Microsoft Office Specialist Program (MOS) offer on the MCE page too.

19 May 11 – 11:45 Code Along with micro:bit – Relaxation & Mindful Breathing

Join @DigiLearnScot and @CodingLorna from the Micro:bit Educational Foundation for this mindful code-along session where learners will write code for a handheld device that will support relaxation and mindful breathing. Using micro:bits and Microsoft MakeCode, we will code something that can be taken outside on a sunny day to support a quiet and calming moment in the busy school day.

Micro:bit not required as you can still take part using the MakeCode simulator.

Book your place here

30 May 2022, 16:00 – 17:15 Microsoft Tools for 21st Century Learning Design Session 4

30th May 2022, 16:00 – 17:15 Microsoft Tools for 21st Century Learning Design Session 4

This four part series will support you in learning about the wide range of tools which are available from Microsoft and Glow. It will show how these tools can support learning and teaching and will link to the 21st Century Learning Design framework from Microsoft.

Session four will focus on tools to support attendees understanding of how some of the Microsoft products can develop skills in Digital Tools for Learning and Skilled Communication for learners and staff alike. Each session in this series is unique and you may wish to dip and out of the series depending upon your needs and product knowledge.

This webinar aims to support practitioners looking to complete the Microsoft Certified Educator (MCE)  professional development program and exam. Educators holding a MCE certification can prove they have the skills needed to provide rich, customised learning experiences for their students that incorporate critical 21st century skills using Microsoft tools. 

Aims

  • Ensures faculty/staff have basic understanding of Microsoft Education tools 
  • Ensures faculty/staff can demonstrate how to successfully incorporate 21st century into lessons 
  • Ensures faculty/staff know which Microsoft Education tools can support which specific 21st century skills 

Products discussed and demonstrated in this session include MakeCode Arcade, Sway, Whiteboard and Translator

To book your place at this launch event via Eventbrite, please click here.

To find out more or sign up to attend the launch events for either event for the Microsoft Certified Educator Program (MCE) on 27th April 2022, please click here. You will also find links to information on our Microsoft Office Specialist Program (MOS) offer on the MCE page too.

16 May 2022, 16:00 – 17:00 Microsoft Tools for 21st Century Learning Design Session 2

16th May 2022, 16:00 – 17:00 Microsoft Tools for 21st Century Learning Design Session 2

This four part series will support you in learning about the wide range of tools which are available from Microsoft and Glow. It will show how these tools can support learning and teaching and will link to the 21st Century Learning Design framework from Microsoft.

Session two will focus on tools to support attendees understanding of how some of the Microsoft products can develop skills in Real World Problem Solving and Innovation for learners and staff alike. Each session in this series is unique and you may wish to dip and out of the series depending upon your needs and product knowledge.

This webinar aims to support practitioners looking to complete the Microsoft Certified Educator (MCE)  professional development program and exam. Educators holding a MCE certification can prove they have the skills needed to provide rich, customised learning experiences for their students that incorporate critical 21st century skills using Microsoft tools. 

Aims

  • Ensures faculty/staff have basic understanding of Microsoft Education tools 
  • Ensures faculty/staff can demonstrate how to successfully incorporate 21st century into lessons 
  • Ensures faculty/staff know which Microsoft Education tools can support which specific 21st century skills 

Products discussed and demonstrated in this session include OneNote, Tags, Forms, Calendar and Planner

To book your place at this launch event via Eventbrite, please click here.

To find out more or sign up to attend the launch events for either event for the Microsoft Certified Educator Program (MCE) on 27th April 2022, please click here. You will also find links to information on our Microsoft Office Specialist Program (MOS) offer on the MCE page too.

09 May 2022, 16:00 – 17:00 Microsoft Tools for 21st Century Learning Design Session 1

9th May 2022, 16:00 – 17:00 Microsoft Tools for 21st Century Learning Design Session 1

This four part series will support you in learning about the wide range of tools which are available from Microsoft and Glow. It will show how these tools can support learning and teaching and will link to the 21st Century Learning Design framework from Microsoft.

Session one will focus on tools to support attendees understanding of how some of the Microsoft products can develop Knowledge Construction, Collaboration, Self-Regulation and Skilled Communication for learners and staff alike. Each session in this series is unique and you may wish to dip and out of the series depending upon your needs and product knowledge.

This webinar aims to support practitioners looking to complete the Microsoft Certified Educator (MCE)  professional development program and exam. Educators holding a MCE certification can prove they have the skills needed to provide rich, customised learning experiences for their students that incorporate critical 21st century skills using Microsoft tools. 

Aims

  • Ensures faculty/staff have basic understanding of Microsoft Education tools 
  • Ensures faculty/staff can demonstrate how to successfully incorporate 21st century into lessons 
  • Ensures faculty/staff know which Microsoft Education tools can support which specific 21st century skills 

Products discussed and demonstrated in this session include Teams, Word, Powerpoint, Edge and Bing

To book your place at this launch event via Eventbrite, please click here.

 To find out more or sign up to attend the launch events for either event for the Microsoft Certified Educator Program (MCE)  on 27th April 2022, please click here.You will also find links to information on our Microsoft Office Specialist Program (MOS) offer on the MCE page too.

18th May, 4pm This is micro:bit Part 3

The micro:bit is a pocket-sized computer that introduces you to how software and hardware work together. It has an LED light display, buttons, sensors and many input/output features that, when programmed, let it interact with you and your world.

The new micro:bit with sound adds a built-in microphone and speaker, as well as an extra touch input button and a power button.

Join The micro:bit Education Foundation for this 3 part course.

27th April 4 – 5 pm Workshop 1 – Getting started with the micro:bit

11th May 4  -5pm Workshop 2 – Health and Wellbeing learning with the micro:bit

18th May 4- 5pm Workshop 3 – Embedding micro:bit across our primary and secondary curriculum

BOOK YOUR PLACE HERE 

this is digital learning and teaching professional learning course

This is Digital Learning and Teaching professional learning programme – May 22

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.

The four sessions are:

  • 10/05/22 planning
  • 17/05/22 teaching
  • 31/05/22 learning
  • 07/06/22 assessment and feedback

COURSE IS FULLY SUBSCRIBED