Published in 2016, the Scottish Government’s Digital Learning & Teaching Strategy was a policy response to that economic driver. Based on four key pillars: empowering leaders; improving access; enhancing curriculum and assessment delivery; and developing the skills of educators, the strategy is now three years on its journey. Key questions will therefore arise. What has been achieved? Is the strategy still relevant in context of a fast-moving tech world? Is it serving young people well?
Join us for a full-day conference as we celebrate digital champions in many of our most advanced schools, but also highlight the crucial next steps for local and national education leads and policymakers.