The supporting remote learning information and resources have been collated under the following themes to assist you in finding what you are looking for:
- Policy and guidance
Find the Scottish Government policy related to Remote Learning as well as guidance from National Organisations.
- Remote learning and teaching resources
Find resources to support remote learning and teaching, including the National e-Learning Offer and Scotland Learns.
- Professional Learning for educators to support remote learning
Find a choice of support for practitioners
- Learner and practitioner wellbeing
Find a range of resources dedicated to the wellbeing of learner and the educational workforce as they support remote learning.
- Parents and families
Find resources and information specifically for parents and families as they support their child’s learning at home.
Policy and guidance
Remote learning guidance
This advice on remote learning has been prepared by Education Scotland, in partnership with the COVID-19 Education Recovery Group (CERG), to support practitioners in leading remote learning in the coming weeks.
COVID-19 Education Recovery
The COVID-19 Education Recovery resource provides a single point of access to key advice from the Scottish Government's COVID-19 Education Recovery Group (CERG), and from sources approved by CERG.
The Scottish Qualifications Authority
The SQA has a resources hub for the delivery of National Qualifications in 2021 where teachers can get access to the latest information and resources to support the delivery of qualifications this year.
Remote learning and teaching resources
National e-Learning Offer
The National e-Learning Offer provides a range of live, recorded and supported learning resources to support practitioners in delivering remote learning. It is a collaboration by Education Scotland, e-Sgoil, ADES, the Scottish Government and Regional Improvement Collaboratives (RICs).
Scotland Learns offers a range of ideas and activities to help practitioners support learning at home. The resources are searchable under stage, curricula area and resource type.
Subject specific resources have been collated in Wakelets and can be found on the Digilearn.scot site as well as the links to subject specific professional learning communities where practitioners can share resources and access professional learning materials.
Glow is Scotland’s nationally available digital platform. It provides free access for all learners and teachers to online tools such as Microsoft Office 365, Google G-Suite for Education and WordPress Blogs.
BBC Scotland offers a wide collection of resources to support learners, teachers and parents, from Bitesize to Authors Live, Young Reporter and The Lab, with articles, audio and video clips.
Professional Learning for educators to support remote learning
Professional Learning and Leadersip
Education Scotland's professional learning resources includes programmes of learning, Covid-19 resources and a wide variety of online events covering a range of topics including curriculum support, Developing the Young Workforce, inclusion and equity.
Digilearn.scot provides a range of strategies, tools and guidance to support learning and teaching remotely. This includes webinars and online support for those using Office 365 and Microsoft Teams.
Scottish Attainment Challenge
This professional learning activity produced by Education Scotland Attainment Advisors is to support for practitioners to support reflection on some of the ways in which we may ensure equity for all learners during the remote learning period. It draws on academic research and lessons learned from the National Equity Audit and can be considered alongside local and national guidance.
Learner and practitioner wellbeing
Positive mental wellbeing
Positive mental wellbeing resources page on the National Improvement Hub is designed to provide a comprehensive package of information, resources and organisations which are freely available to support primary and secondary school staff to support mental wellbeing.
Strengthening support for ELC and school staff
A new package to support the wellbeing of school staff includes support sessions and webinars, coaching and mentoring opportunities and enhanced support for recently qualified teachers. The Scottish Government in partnership with Early Years Scotland, has also developed a website dedicated to the wellbeing of those work in early learning and childcare. This provides helpful information as well as access to live wellbeing events.
GTC Scotland has created and curated a variety of resources and advice to support teacher health and wellbeing during the COVID-19 crisis.
Parents and families
Parentzone Scotland have a series of resources dedicated to assist parents with supporting their child’s learning at home.
Scotland Learns offers a range a range of ideas and suggestions to help parents, carers to support learning from home.
National Parent Forum of Scotland
The ‘In a Nutshell Publications’ provide concise information written by parents for parents on ley aspects of Scottish Education. During Covid-19, the NPFS have produced three new nutshell publications:
The coronavirus pandemic is changing the way our children are learning. Here Parent Club Scotland answer your questions about how you can support their learning at home.