There has been a whirlwind of digital activity across the country this week – a big thank you to all of you who took part!
Learners have been co-creating digital stories, getting to grips with WordPress blogging, using video-link for science lessons, developing programming skills, designing apps, film-making, learning about the new tools in Glow and O365, using mobile devices and instruments to support music learning – the list goes on! Teachers have also been busy coordinating all of these activities, as well as burning the midnight oil at teach-meets and taking part in mobile technologies bootcamps.
So what next?
The week may be over, but now it’s time for teachers to make a pledge about how they will take what they have learnt and implement it in their classroom, something new they plan to take forward. Mastering the OneNote Class Creator? Using Glow and Twitter more? Blogging about school trips and sharing with parents?
We are also looking for contributions to the #digilearnscot wiki. We want to hear how digital technology is being used and what impact it is having, please share your experiences.
Coming up on Glow
Singing moustached astronaut Chris Hadfield will be on Glow TV on 24th March. It’s a great opportunity for pupils to ask him questions on space and science LIVE. Find out how to take part.
You can now sign up for The 1+2 Factor modern languages competition. Read more about it at 1+2 Factor