Last Updated: Tuesday, January 28, 2020

What Digital Learning might look like

What is this?

This exemplar has been developed to support practitioners when they are planning learning and teaching of the digital literacy and computing science experiences and outcomes.

Who is this for?

This exemplar will be useful to practitioners in early years settings and primary schools.

The aim of the document is to provide examples of learning activities and how they can be incorporated into a range of contexts at early, first and second level.

The document lists the experiences and outcomes in the left-hand column with suggested learning activities in the right-hand column.

These examples are not exhaustive and are only to illustrate how educators can include the digital literacy and computing science experiences and outcomes into cross-curricular contexts.

Improvement questions

  • How confident are you that the experiences you are providing for learners allow them to develop the skills, knowledge and understanding outlined in the curriculum guidance?
  • Do you know the level of digital literacy learners come to you with?
  • How confident are you when using digital technology in your lessons?
  • How well do your learners make use of high-quality resources and equipment, including digital technologies?

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