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February 2020

iPad Short video guides to support reading and writing

'iPad short video guides to support reading and writing' is a series of quick guides explaining how to use the iPad's built-in tools to support reading and writing. The guides can also be used on an iPhone.


Looking for an Assistive Technology Professional Learning Course?

If you have an interest in assistive technology and would like to update your professional development, CALL Scotland, in partnership with the University of Edinburgh School of Professional Learning, will be running the Inclusive Digital Technology (IDT) course in March 2021.


Technology-based Assessment Arrangements - during lockdown at home

With schools closed and students learning at home, how can teachers continue to teach with the textbooks purchased for use in class? Can we make copies for students to use at home? Can we distribute textbooks from the Books for All website?


Book your school in for an online learning session!

When high-quality, sustained professional learning experiences are undertaken, teachers are more likely to inspire pupils and provide high-quality teaching and learning experiences, enabling learners to achieve their best. In these challenging times, we must ensure that Professional Learning is focused, relevant and purposeful. With so many pupils working at home on a variety of devices it's a good time to look for opportunities to learn about what's possible with technology.


Training courses

90 minute Online Learning workshops - £40 per person per workshop.

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Free webinars

30 minute online workshops delivered to your desktop.

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Upcoming events

Some events for your diary.

TechEd Showcase CPD Fest - Free Assistive Technology CPD

TechEd Showcase CPD Fest will be hosting 9 FREE live assistive technology webinars.

What we're reading

National overview of practice: Supporting the quality and effectiveness of the delivery of remote learning

This is a series of weekly reports from Education Scotland looking at different aspects of lockdown experience for schools. The fourth report focuses on meeting the needs of learners with additional support needs.