The National Digital Learning Event was held at City Hall, Cardiff on 24th June 2015. The key speakers this year included the Minister for Education and Skills, Huw Lewis AM, Rhys Evans and Jessica Cecil from the BBC, and Professor Stephen Heppell. The broadcaster Siân Lloyd led the day’s activities as master of ceremonies. This is the video showing the highlights from the event and all the workshops and awards can be seen here: http://hwb.wales.gov.uk/Pages/Events-NDLE
Have you considered applying for a National Digital Learning Award to raise awareness across Wales of the great digital practice going on in your school?
Education practitioners in maintained schools and colleges in Wales are eligible to apply in one or more of the following categories:
Digital Project Award – this award category enables judges to consider a vast range of digital projects from across all phases and sectors.
Online Safety Award – this award category rewards excellent practice that impacts on a school/college’s ICT provision within the context of online safety.
Hwb Community Resource Award – this award category rewards the best example of resources created and shared by the Hwb Community.
National Digital Learning Council’s Pupil Award – this award category will reward the achievements of a learner or a group of learners who have either used technology in an innovative way or have created excellent original digital material.
Further information and guidance on applying for the awards can be found here. Applications close at 4.00pm on Friday 7 April 2017.
Take this opportunity to give yourself, your learners and your school the recognition you deserve!
We look forward to hearing from you.