Its purpose is to engage stakeholders in exploring and recommending approaches to digital learning. A wide range of representative bodies participate in the forum, including Scottish Government, CALL Scotland, SQA, NASUWT, Young Scot and serving teachers.
The TESS carried an article relating to the forum on 3/10/14 How expert forums will keep the CfE revolution rolling
Robert Macmillan, a Fife principal teacher of social subjects and vice-president of the Scottish Secondary Teachers’ Association, who is on the digital learning forum, said it was “essential” that such groups genuinely involved classroom practitioners and not “the usual suspects”.
How does that engagement take place – what does it look like – how do we ensure it leads to change? You tell us! If you are interested in sharing your views and getting involved please contact Pam McDowell