Community groups are for you and your peers. We want to work in partnership to share experiences, hear best practice and tackle the challenges around the practical application of learning and technology. We’ll support the group with the logistics, leaving you to lead the discussion or contribute to the conversation.
Who is this group for?
If you have a responsibility for learning technology, are a practitioner who wants to embed technology into your lessons or help others do the same, this group is ideal for you.
How do I get involved?
We're aiming to have one meeting per term, at locations across the country.
The group will be chaired by a college representative and you’ll have the opportunity to contribute your thoughts and ideas for future agenda development. We can accommodate three colleagues from your college at each meeting.
Dates for future meetings will be communicated through the Teams site, the Jisc FE Headlines newsletter and via your Jisc account manager.
We’re keen to continue the conversation after these meetings.
Collaborate with peers and contribute to the discussion around enhancing learning and teaching with technology on the Teams site.
Myth busting digital pedagogy, 26 March 2021 (14:00-15:00)
For many, it’s been a year of trying new things to keep students engaged, collaborating, and checking understanding. Together with the Education and Training Foundation (ETF) and the College Development Network (CDN) Scotland, Jisc are taking a deeper look at good digital pedagogy as a follow-on from the shaping the digital future of FE and skills research project.
In this session you will:
- Identify a range of approaches you could use in your own practice
- Adopt a critical approach to the way digital is used with learners
- Share resources and effective practice with peers
- Find out how to get involved in a focus group aimed at embedding good digital pedagogy practices in FE
If you'd like to be a part of this community, apply to join the online Teams group.