Digital Literacy – Collaboration
The National Training Federation for Wales (NTfW) is organising a staff development day on Digital Literacy. The day will be a mixture of input, practical sessions and time for review and evaluation. There will also the opportunity to obtain Agored Cymru ESfWL Level 2 Digital Collaboration accreditation.
Date: 27 June 2016
Time: 10.0am – 4.0pm
Venue: Ocean Park House, East Tyndall Street, Cardiff, CF24 5ET
The course is aimed at tutors, trainers and assessors who have the responsibility of delivering the Essential Digital Literacy Skills (EDLS) qualifications.
Jo Kelso and Karen Workman from LearnOn will be leading the day which will be focusing on the following:
- An overview of Essential Digital Literacy Skills (EDLS)
- How digital collaborative tools could be used to enhance personal and professional practices
- A range of digital collaborative tools that may be utilised in the EDLS Controlled Tasks
After lunch there will be interactive workshops which have been designed as a series of linked learning experiences. Participants will have the opportunity to be actively engaged with digital tools, to work collaboratively and to engage in purposeful professional dialogue.
The workshops will include:
- Complete a task using digital collaborative tools
- Aid understanding of terminology used in EDLS
- Design tasks to be adapted for classroom use
- Design and populate an action plan in collaboration with colleagues
LearnOn’s philosophy is simple – uncompromising commitment to excellence. We achieve this by being honest and open as we know how precious any investment in training is to all involved. We ensure that we stay current in order to be credible and subscribe to a regime of continuous improvement so we can provide the very best experience at our events.
Jo and Karen have been heavily involved with all stages of implementation of the new Essential Digital Literacy Skills – from reviewing and refining the Design Principles, writing the guidance for practitioners and learners to contributing to the content of the diagnostic and summative assessments.
See more at: learnon.co.uk
Jo has extensive experience in WBL and FE and understands the challenges and is able to support both sectors to find effective, deliverable solutions. Jo has been at the forefront of delivery of digital skills for professionals for the past 18 years.
Karen has worked with a diverse range of learners, embedding digital literacy across all levels. She developed and delivered the first Digital Literacy Practitioner course across Wales.
By the end of the day you will have had the opportunity to:
- Explore digital literacy as defined in Essential Skills Wales suite of qualifications
- Engage in activities that can be adapted for classroom use
- Explore and engage with collaborative digital tools and techniques to enhance learning
- Investigate potential for productivity gains using digital literacy within WBL
Accommodation: If you are looking for accommodation the following hotel is within walking distance to the venue, to get the best room rate please visit their website www.premierinn.com
Premier Inn Cardiff City South Hotel
East Moors Industrial Estate, Keen Road, Cardiff, CF24 5JT
Telephone: 0871 527 8198
NTfW Members £78.00 and non-members £178.00, this will include
refreshments and lunch. There will be a further cost of £18.00 if you wish to obtain the accreditation.
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