Category Archives: CfE

Gaelic Progression Frameworks

Small - Gaelic Progression Framework copyJoin Maeve MacKinnon Senior Education Officer, Gaelic Education for this session on Monday 16th May at 4pm.

Maeve will be discussing the recently updated Progression Frameworks and how they can assist practitioners with assessing children and young people’s progress in Literacy and Gàidhlig. This session will last approximately 30 minutes and will be delivered through the medium of Gaelic.

Regsiter now and join in live – Gaelic Progression Frameworks

If you unable to join us for the live event you can always catch up with the recording at another time – Glow TV’s Watch Again.

Research digest for teachers of craft, design, engineering and graphics

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This research digest has been developed to provide you with a sample of recent international literature and research related to Technologies: Craft, Design, Engineering and Graphics.

www.educationscotland.gov.uk/resources/r/genericresource_tcm4875926.asp

 

 

Education Scotland’s DYW resource – a summary

RoadmapSince the implementation of Scotland’s Youth Employment Strategy in response to the recommendations put forward by the Commission for Developing the Young Workforce in September 2014 Education Scotland has publish a number of key documents and related resources to support practitioners in realising the ambitions around DYW.  Here is an overview which aims to help navigation and access:

Key documents:

Learning Resources (on the new National Improvement Hub):

Other related materials:

Interesting Practice exemplars (collated):

DYW Skills 3-18 Website, Blog and E-bulletin

You also find this information as well as links to  additional materials and partner organisations within theDYW Flyer .

 

The first 7 DYW e-bulletins for 2016

DYW e bull jan 16The DYW e-bulletin has become a rather popular monthly publication  which provides informative news pieces for all those  involved in the deliver of the DYW agenda.

You can sign up the DYW e-bulletin here.

Should you have missed any of this year’s editions you can access these here:

January ’16

February ’16

March ’16

April ’16

May ’16

June ’16

August 16

 

NNM – Contextualised Learning in Numeracy and Mathematics

Small - Module 22 Session 1Join the team at Education Scotland on Tuesday 10th May at 4pm for Module 22 Session 1- Contextualised Learning in Numeracy and Mathematics – Early Years and Primary.

The aims of this session are to:
•Understand the meaning of ‘contextualised learning’
•Discuss when to use contextualised learning and discrete learning within the context of numeracy and mathematics (in early years and primary)
•Look at different ways of contextualising learning from early through to second level in numeracy and mathematics. This session is aimed at practioners of Early Years and Primary aged pupils.

Sign up and register now in Glow TV – NNM – Contextualised Learning in Numeracy and Mathematics

If you unable to join us for the live event you can always catch up with the recording at another time – Glow TV’s Watch Again.

NNM – Contextualised Learning in Numeracy and Mathematics 2

Small - Module 22 Session 2Join the team at Education Scotland on Tuesday 17th May at 4pm for Module 22 Session 2 – Contextualised Learning in Numeracy and Mathematics – Secondary.

The aims of this session are to:
•Further understand the meaning of ‘contextualised learning’
•Discuss when to use contextualised learning and discrete learning within the context of numeracy and mathematics (in Secondary)
•Look at different ways of contextualising learning from Broad general Education through to senior phase in numeracy and mathematics.

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If you unable to join us for the live event you can always catch up with the recording at another time – Glow TV’s Watch Again.

NNM – Teaching and Learning approaches from around the world

Small - Module 21Join the team at Education Scotland on Thursday 28th April at 4pm for Module 21 – Teaching and Learning approaches from around the world.

The aims of this session are to:
•Offer an overview of the different methodologies used to teach numeracy and mathematics in high achieving OECD countries.
•Compare the differences in approach to introducing key concepts in these comparator countries. •Explore how some of the effective methodologies may be incorporated into the Scottish curriculum.

The session is suitable for practitioners of pupils aged 3-18.

Register now to take part in the live event – NNM – Teaching and Learning approaches from around the world.

If you unable to join us for the live event you can always catch up with the recording at another time – Glow TV’s Watch Again.

Explore Buddhism

Small - Samye LingGlow TV continues looking at world religions and enabling pupils to ask their varied questions about different faiths.

Join us live on Wednesday 27th April at 11am from the Samye Ling, a Tibetan Buddhist Monastery and Centre for World Peace and Health where you will have the opportunity to speak to Choje Lama Yeshe Losal Rinpoche the Abbot and Retreat Master. You can find out about the Samye Ling Centre which attracts thousands of visitors who come to enjoy the magnificent temple and grounds or to attend one of the many courses on offer and also ask Lama Yeshe all your questions about Buddhism.

Register now to take part live – Explore Buddhism

If you unable to join us for the live event you can always catch up with the recording at another time – Glow TV’s Watch Again.

NNM – Planning for effective assessment

Small - Module 20Join the Numeracy and Mathematics team at Education Scotland for Module 20 of the series entitled Planning for Effective Assessment. This session is aimed at practitioners of pupils aged 3-18.

Register now to take part live on the day – NNM – Planning for effective assessment

If you unable to join us for the live event you can always catch up with the recording at another time – Glow TV’s Watch Again.

Learner Peer Tutoring

Small- Scottish Attainment ChallengeJoin Carol Wood on Friday 22nd April at 1pm as she discusses the current definition for peer tutoring and exploring its effect size on learning with regard to the Scottish Attainment Challenge. Whether working in pairs or in small groups, structured peer-assisted tutoring facilitates clear support in learning and boosts attainment.

Register to take part live – Learner Peer Tutoring

If you unable to join us for the live event you can always catch up with the recording at another time – Glow TV’s Watch Again.