The Digital team will be at this year’s SLF with an exciting offering of activities available to all delegates across both days.
Visit the Education Scotland Stand
The Education Scotland stand will host a schedule of Digital Literacy and Glow focused drop in sessions available on both days. Digital is about supporting learning and teaching so we have arranged a timetable of inspirational and practical sessions for you to join in, learn something new and take your experiences back to the classroom.
To allow you to plan ahead we have put together a timetable of activity which will take place on both days. You can find this below.
On day 2 of SLF visit the STEM expo in the Lomond Auditorium. The team will be leading the Tinker Table to help you build, create, design and inspire ideas to embed digital in every day learning and teaching.
Sessions run from 10.45 – 11.30 and again 13.15 – 14.00
We look forward to welcoming you to the Scottish Learning Festival.
The Digital Literacy and Glow drop in sessions will take place on the ES stand on both days of SLF:
(10:30 start on day 2)
|Improve workload and workflow
Come along and find out about the benefits of using Glow tools to save you valuable time and move towards a better work/life balance.
|Capturing Pupil Voice
Learn about formative assessment tools to capture the learning of young people to inform next steps and give them feedback.
|Internet Safety and Cyber Resilience
Understand the latest risks and threats and gain access to a wide range of resources, support and guidance through Glow.
Create and share interactive stories, animations, personal accounts, presentations and more through the use of Glow tools.
Use Glow tools to share and celebrate pupil learning and build digital learning portfolios.
As one of the key priorities in education, Developing the Young Workforce related contributions will feature prominently again at the SLF 2018 (19 – 10 September, SCCC, Glasgow). This year’s main focus will be on School-Employer Partnerships and STEM related learning around DYW.
Here is a list of key seminars:
Wednesday, 19 September
|School-employer and Local Authority partnerships: A partnership approach to delivering DYW
||Donald MacLeod, Western Isles, + Laxdale Primary School
|Apprenticeships: Early learning, … reducing the attainment gap in Gaelic Medium Education
||Joan Esson, Education Scotland, DFM John Swinney,
|STEM/Numeracy: Linking the maths curriculum to the world of work
||Alessio Gusmeroli, Skills Development Scotland
Collaborative multi-agency approach to DYW
|Gill Geddes, Peebles High School, Scottish Borders
||Carron 1, 14.00
|Profiling in the context of DYW: New guidance and My World of Work toolkit
||Klaus Mayer, Education Scotland and Derek Hawthorne, SDS
Thursday, 20 September
|DYW Regional Group: Labour market information for teachers
||Abigail Kinsella, Glasgow City Council
|DYW whole school approach/ partnerships: Developing Employability and Creativity Skills across learning
||Castlebrae Community High School, Edinburgh; St Albert’s Primary School, Glasgow
|School-employer partnerships/STEM: The impact of STEM insight teacher placements
||Helen Winton, SSERC
|ICT: Stirling digital skills forum: building partnerships and developing skills for the future
||Helen Gorman, Stirling Council
|ICT/Skills: Embed computational thinking across the BGE curriculum
||Lorna Kerr, Education Scotland
|Gender/partnerships: RISE: inspiring the future!
||Audrey McDermott, Uddingston Grammar School, South Lanarkshire
|| Boisdale 1
Download our DYW Flyer with all related seminars here: SLF 18 DYW seminar flyer
Access the full SLF programme here: https://education.gov.scot/Documents/SLF2018conferenceprogramme.pdf
Register for the SLF and book your seminars here.