And here it is… The brand-new version of the ‘Guide to Creating a Digital Strategy in Education’ is out now!
Written by Mark Anderson (ICT Evangelist) and Al Kingsley (Chair of a multi-academy Trust and MD of NetSupport), version 2 of the guide is stuffed full of really useful and interesting information for schools who are either starting on the path to forming a digital strategy or those revising theirs in the light of COVID-19.
The guide features a brand new section on Communication and Collaboration that examines online solutions for remote teaching and learning, the use of video communication tools and provides guidelines for children, parents, teachers and schools on how to get the best out of them. There are also lots of ideas for teachers on how to make a successful switch to blended learning – as well as tips for online collaboration to make things easier for teachers and students alike.
Learning about others’ real life experiences is always interesting (and helpful!) and so the guide now features case studies from schools who have embedded their own digital strategies. In addition, there are case studies demonstrating best practice for data governance and GDPR as well as approaches to digital safeguarding.
Twitter is always regarded as a great forum for educators, so whether you’re new to teaching and just getting started on social media or just want to expand your personal learning network, check out the guide’s recommendations for the top educators and experts to follow!
Download your copy of the guide at www.schooldigitalstrategy.com