Join us on our Microsoft Teams Top Tips session where we delve deep into the techniques and options available to support your learners and engage everyone.
Explore the digital future aims to prepare young people for the technology-driven world of tomorrow, demonstrate how diversity helps build better technology, and how it can be used as a force for positive change. The programme brings together the best resources from Microsoft and our industry-leading partners.
Explore the process that Queen Anne High School has gone through to up-level their staffs’ and pupils’ digital skills to the point where their futures are being impacted for the better.
Tune in to our hints and tips session to learn about inspiring and engaging ways to enhance your schools teaching and learning..
In September 2020, the Children’s Code was introduced in the United Kingdom. It is officially known as the Age Appropriate Design Code. By 2 September 2021, all online services that are used by young people in the UK must stick to this code. But what exactly is it and hat does it mean for schools?
Please join colleagues from the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) for a factual introduction to the Children’s Code, highlighting the importance of schools in this, including an introduction to the supporting resources).
Led by staff from the Glow team and ICO.
This networking session will consist a discussion panel from Glow, XMA, Microsoft, Apple, Google and headteachers, who will share there thoughts on this subject; and then take questions and thoughts from the audience,
Education Scotland will host the discussion with representatives from Glow, XMA, Microsoft, Apple, Google and headteachers.
This pre-recorded session will provide an overview of the evolving digital thinking programme. Short and medium term groups of leaders at all levels are enabled to problem find and crowd source questions and possible solutions to digital issues in learning and teaching.
This pre-recorded session will explore opportunities for Cyber Resilience and Internet Safety (CRIS) learning, key messages to engage learners with meaningful, relevant and engaging CRIS learning and an overview of the brand new CRIS Teacher Toolkit from Education Scotland.
The key aim of this session is to introduce educators to our CRIS Toolkit on digilearn.scot. This is designed to support cyber resilience and internet safety learning as part of the curriculum but also when dealing with incidents that could be turned into teachable moments.
It will explain the difference between cyber resilience and internet safety and how educators can support learners with engaging and relevant learning. Increasing educator confidence in this area will enable them to respond to ‘internet incidents’ more effectively.
This pre-recorded webinar will look at building learners skills for independent learning in a digital world – modelling, scaffolding and support for pupils to enable self regulation. What might this look like as we move through primary-secondary, and why is this important and what the benefits are.