National Digital Learning Week 2017 – A closing message from the Deputy First Minister
On the final day of National Digital Learning Week 2017, Deputy First Minister and Cabinet Secretary for Education and Skills, John Swinney shares his thoughts on the week in a closing video.
More info on the week is available below. We hope you have enjoyed taking part in the week and continue to share and explore the #DigitalDifference
Deputy First Minister launches National Digital Learning Week 2017
Watch the Deputy First Minister and Cabinet Secretary for Education and Skills, John Swinney in the video below as he launches National Digital Learning Week 2017.
What is National Digital Learning Week 2017?
National Digital Learning Week 2017 is taking place Monday 15 – Friday 19 May and is about celebrating how digital technology can make a positive difference to learning and teaching.
The week aims to encourage teachers and learners from all age groups, from early learning through to secondary, to try using digital technology in different ways and to inspire others by sharing their experiences and the benefits it can bring.
Our ask of you during National Digital Learning Week 2017
We would like you to get involved and take part in classroom or whole school activities using digital technology and tell us about the positive difference it has made, on Twitter, using the hashtag #DigitalDifference or join in the conversation on the Digital Learning and Teaching Yammer group.
Ideas and Inspiration for the week
We have produced a number of resources to show you some of the ways digital technology could benefit you and things to try during the week:
- Using Glow to make a #DigitalDifference
- Examples from last year’s National Digital Learning Week, including activities from Nursery, Primary and Secondary levels
- Video Case Studies: Throughout the week we will be sharing video case studies from a number of schools which highlight the #DigitalDifference they are making. Make sure to visit this page daily to find a new video uploaded or keep an eye out on our Twitter page.