Tag: Sept20

Delivering Learning and Teaching from home – Webinar Catch Up

Webinar in partnership with practitioners from the Scottish Borders and Fife

During this session, practitioners from Selkirk High School in the Scottish Borders and Queen Anne High School in Fife share how they have been delivering learning and teaching to pupils in school while having to be at home.

 

 

14 September 2020 15:45 – 16:30, Code Clubs – Online and Remotely

A Glow login is required to join this webinar in Teams.

Webinar in partnership with Code Club Scotland

During this session, Lorna Gibson, Programme Manager for Code Club Scotland will outline ways that people have run their Code Club during lockdown. She will highlight best practice and the resources available to teachers to support an enriched Code Club while social distancing and other restrictions remain in place.

Upon booking your ticket a link will be issued to you to join the Digital Skills Microsoft Team Site within Glow where the training will take place, this can take 24hours to process.

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17 September 16:00 – 17:00, Unleashing Creativity Using Digital Tools

Find out how you can embed creativity and digital tools into your everyday lessons through this online webinar.

Creativity can be thought of as the colour that brings Curriculum for Excellence to life. The four core creativity skills run throughout the four capacities and are integral to the meta skills which are increasingly important in today’s workplace.

Find out how you can embed creativity and digital tools into your everyday lessons through this online webinar.

This session is open to all practitioners and aimed at any age or stage, touching on various areas of the curriculum.

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