All CEC Primary, Secondary and Special schools now have access to ClickView. For help getting started with this digital tool there are a series of CLPL sessions available, starting next week.
Choose from Primary or Secondary. Choose bite-sized lunchtime sessions or twilight. All sessions are webinars so just choose your session, click the link and register your attendance.
For dates and links follow: http://www.digitallearningteam.org > Staff > CLPL > Events
Teaching staff across CEC can now access the full range of teaching materials available from Click View. Single sign-on will enable teachers to use their existing CEC log-in details to access Click View and their full range of interactive multi-media teaching and learning resources.
City of Edinburgh Council, together with ClickView, has made world-leading educational content freely available during COVID-19. It’s our way of helping teachers and families continue with high-quality learning during school closures.
What resources are available?
You have free access to visually stunning, curriculum-aligned primary and secondary videos and teaching resources. Choose from hundreds of educational titles in the ClickView-produced collection for all subjects, including English, Science, Maths, History, Geography and Technologies, as well as student wellbeing titles.
How do I access the content?
Accessing the free ClickView content is easy. There are no logins or subscriptions required and no obligations to users during school closures.
Please find further information within the attached Press Release.
Edinburgh Learns have produced guidance for parents/carers. This guidance covers learning, teaching and GIRFEC matters arising during a school closure period. This includes contact details and processes for those requiring support with digital aspects of distance learning and teaching.
Edinburgh Learns Guidance for Parents and Carers
When: Tuesday 18th February
Where: Codebase Edinburgh
To register interest: please access the Eventbrite page
Robotical and Marty the Robot joined us for a fantastic CLPL session!
Discussions started with ‘what is a robot?’ before turning to developing our understanding of the importance of STEM skills for our learners. Followed up by teachers getting hands on with their robots and coding short routines using Scratch.
Thanks also to one of our own CEC teachers who contributed to the session by outlining the work of Victoria Primary and their Building Body Parts STEM project.
Can’t wait to see our teachers put their learning into practice!
Marty the Robot for Educators