8th November 2016 – Leading Learning: Making Learning Digitally Rich – Bookings close 31st Oct 2016!!

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8th November 2016 – Leading Learning: Making Learning Digitally Rich

This conference is open to school leaders or those with a lead on technology within their establishment. Bookings close at end of day on Monday 31st October 2016.

Programme:
08:30 – 08:45 Registration, Refreshments on arrival

08:45 – 09:00 Digital Skills Framework Launch
The Learning Technologies Team will welcome you to the conference and share our digital skills progression: providing clear guidance on curriculum experiences (including reference to available support resources) from Early to Fourth level.

09:00 – 09:30 Digital Literacy and Innovation at the heart of learning – Ollie Bray, Head Teacher, Kinguisse High School
Based in Scotland, Ollie Bray works internationally with teachers, schools and governments to improve education outcomes for learners through the appropriate use of technology and Outdoor Learning.
He has been a senior policy adviser, school leader, head of department and is an award winning teacher. His current interests include social media in schools, computer games in education, mobile technologies, school design, outdoor learning and 3rd millennium school leadership. Ollie is currently headteacher at Kingussie high School, a post that he has held since October 2013.

09:40 – 10:25 Workshop 1 Session:

Attendees select two of five 45 minute practical, hands-on sessions to discover more about digital learning and their role in leading and developing excellent practice in this area.

a. “Get your Google on” – Presented by Louise Jones, Google Educator (Balmoral suite)
A core aspect of the curriculum support plans for session 16/17 is for “all secondary schools engage with Google Apps for Education (GAFE) for digital learning and teaching.”. This session provides hands on practical experience of how Google tools and services can be used to wor k smarter as a school leader. Topics covered will include electronic communication, parental engagement, collaboration and assessment.

b. “Every child is an artist” – (Gordon B)
Creativity is at the heart of learning and the use of digital tools. This practical session with iPad shows how, using just a few apps, digital learning can be exciting and engaging and contribute to raising attainment.

c. “Code Masters: creativity and coding” – Presented by Louise Foreman, Development Officer (Digital Skills) at Education Scotland. (Room 15)
Computing Science is a core area for development nationally and internationally. This session provides some practical examples of how programming and creativity can work as one to engage learners as digital creators rather than consumers.

d. “On target” – Presented by Anish Vadher of Education City (Room 16)
An in-depth session which will focus on using live learning and assessment data to improve pupil attainment in literacy, numeracy, science and French. The session has been designed for school leaders who wish to improve how Education City is used across their school – and to maximise its impact.

e. “Make I.T. work for everyone” Presented by Hazel Lynch, of TASSCC, Aberdeen City Council (Room 17)
Assistive technologies are powerful tools which allow every learner to access the full width of the curriculum. In this session, attendees will gain practical experience of the most common technologies available to our schools and begin to develop an understanding of how these tools can profoundly impact on the learning experience.

10:25 – 10:55 Break and Digital Skills Framework Discussion Opportunity

10:55 – 11:40 Workshop 2 Session
The second of two workshops chosen

11:40 – 12:10 Google For Education: Innovation in Learning
A representative from Google discussing education approach and focus on innovative technologies such as Expeditions/Cardboard, Cast for Education, Chromebook, etc.

12:10 – 12:15 Vote of Thanks

12:15 – 13:00 Lunch and and Digital Skills Framework Discussion Opportunity

The venue for this event is the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre.

To book your place please use the following link: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/leading-learning-making-learning-digitally-rich-registration-27703024492


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