Digital Resources For Educators, Parents And Students

The Directorate of Digital Literacy and Transversal Skills is extending its support service in the primary sector through a newly launched website that contains digital resources for educators, parents and students.

Educators can find a wealth of resources including teaching ideas, tutorials of how to use various apps and web2.0 tools as well as printable material. The website also includes links for professional development, training opportunities and other events. Video tutorials and help files will also be of benefit for parents and students, enabling them to access and make use of the digital resources used by schools and educators.

The website is available at: https://primarydigital.skola.edu.mt/

Online Resources and Home Activities by WWF for Primary and Secondary Schools

Screen Shot 2020-05-11 at 13.19.50WWF UK  has created a range of free resources and home activities to support educators and  pupils in putting sustainability at the heart of your school.

You can use the  resource filter tool to search classroom resources, activities and classroom presentations across a wide range of environmental topics and themes. From rainforests to rivers, climate change to citizenship, WWF has created something to help educators and pupils learn about our precious planet, the environmental challenges it faces and how we can all take action.  Visit the resources page by clicking on this link: https://www.wwf.org.uk/get-involved/schools/resources. You can also access activities which can be done from your own homes by going here: https://www.wwf.org.uk/things-to-do-home.

Distance Learning Toolkit for Primary School Educators

Screen Shot 2020-04-23 at 10.10.53The digital literacy primary team within DDLTS has developed an Online and Distance Learning Toolkit for Primary Schools whose scope is to give ideas and guidelines for primary schools and teachers. It includes an overview of great practices and creative ideas that, through the use of technology, are being held by the Maltese educator community during this period. This can be found by browsing to https://bit.ly/maltatoolkit. Continue reading