Are you a digital advocate but wondering where you can make time to work on implementing FELTAG recommendations?
The recent FELTAG report recommends that 10% of learning in Colleges be taught and delivered online and this is to rise to 50% by 2018.
Do you find yourself agreeing that you are a digital advcoate and want to make improvements but worried about where you will find the time?
Here’s 3 ways to get started:
1. Start Simple.
Take a look at your lesson plans and introduce an element of digital learning into your lessons. Keep it easy – ask students to research online or look up a website. Ask them to create a QR code print them and display them around the classroom for a QR treasure hunt. Create an interactive resource using Triptico.
2. Join the Digital Learning Community of Practice
Get inspired by joining the monthly Community of Practice, collaborate and share ideas.
3. Ask students to create resources
See how to create fun games and flashcards, they are so quick and easy. Ask your students to create an animation , a fun alternative to writing an assignment. Ask students to create a poster using powerpoint on a topic they have researched. Add the resources to your VLE for future use.
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