This webinar has now taken place but you can still watch on demand.
In this webinar Daniel Scott, Digital Learning Specialist, will show you how to move from passive to active use of digital tools. You will also hear more about the Enhance digital teaching platform, which offers free to use modules to help develop your teaching practice using technology.
Daniel will also talk you through three steps to developing your learning technology practices and explain more about his book ‘Learning Technology: A Handbook for FE Teachers and Assessors’, emphasising the importance of stepping outside of your comfort zone for digital teaching.
He will also share key practical activities to enhance your practice, mapped to the Education and Training Foundation’s Enhance modules, and show you can increase in your own confidence and competence to use learning technology with your learners.
Daniel Scott was winner of the Learning Technologist of the Year Award 2016 by the Association for Learning Technology and is the author of Learning Technology: A Handbook for FE Teachers and Assessors (#LTbookFE).
He is a Digital Practice Advisor at Nottingham Trent University, where he leads professional development opportunities for staff to engage and embed digital technology into their existing practices.
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