National Digital Learning Week 2017 Dates Announced
We’re delighted to announce that National Digital Learning Week 2017 (NDLW 17) will take place from 15-19 May 2017. This year the theme of the week will be ‘Digital Difference’ and throughout the week we’ll be asking you to share and celebrate the digital approaches which make a positive impact on classroom practice.
The week will be packed with inspiring case studies from Early Learning and Childcare through to Senior Phase and beyond showcasing how digital makes a difference throughout the entire learner journey equipping young people for work. There will be online events and activities giving everyone the opportunity to get involved whether you’re a digital leader or simply just starting out and looking for some digital inspiration.
On the run up to the week we’ll let you know more details about how you can get involved. Meantime, we would ask that you put the dates in your diary and start to think about what you might do as a class or whole school to celebrate National Digital Learning Week 2017.
We have a dedicated page for NDLW17, so keep visiting this page for all the latest.
New Video Case Study Now Published:
Lundavra Primary Barefoot Computing
We’re delighted to launch a brand new video case study on our Practice Pipeline featuring Lundavra Primary in Fort William.
The Practice Pipeline pulls together a wide mix of examples which highlight the ways digital technology can be used in learning and teaching.
In this video the teachers and pupils tell their story about how Barefoot Computing has made a positive impact on the whole school right from first level.
Visit the Practice Pipeline today.
Digital Learning and Teaching Strategy Launched
The Strategy aims to develop the skills and confidence of teachers when using the latest technology, as well as making digital devices – such as computers and tablet devices – more accessible to learners.
Find out more in our news and events page.
Visit the Sharing Zone to discover what others are doing with digital technologies in the classroom.