Scottish Book Trust’s New Online Learning Resources Revealed

Scottish Book Trust today announced details of new online learning resources designed to aid teachers and librarians achieve a wide range of literacy aims. The resources, linked to the Curriculum for Excellence, can be downloaded for free from Scottish Book Trust’s website. Written by practitioners, the resources encompass a broad range of cross-curricular, fun activities designed to help teachers and pupils enjoy […]

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Putting the Tech in Teaching

Students at Inverness College UHI are benefiting from exciting new technology-based teaching methods after a group of lecturers completed a unique qualification designed by the Centre for Engineering and Technology Skills (CETS). The Inverness College UHI-based Centre developed the Professional Development Award (PDA) in e-Learning to raise awareness of new technology and software systems amongst teaching staff and to demonstrate how […]

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Young people deliver messages on inclusive education to No.10

Young people travelled to Westminster this week [Tuesday 17th June] to find out what the UK government is doing to make sure that every child worldwide, regardless of their disability, gets a chance to go to school. Accompanied by the TV Presenter and Paralympian, Ade Adepitan, they then delivered hundreds of colourful messages to No.10 Downing Street. The ten young […]

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