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Digital Vision by Mind Map: Digital Vision

1. Policy

1.1. BYOD

1.2. IT procurement

1.3. IT refresh

1.4. IT technician and maintenance

2. Digital Literacy

2.1. Pupils

2.1.1. Education Scotland Digital Literacy framework

2.1.2. BYOD

2.1.3. PGS/LMG criteria

2.1.4. Digital Leaders Group

2.1.5. Garage Band

2.1.6. Apps for Good initiative

2.1.7. National Digital Literacy Week

2.2. Staff

2.2.1. PGS/LMG digital criteria

2.2.2. glow

2.2.3. Khan Academy

2.2.4. Seneca Learning

2.2.5. etc

2.3. Parents

2.3.1. Parent Contact Digital Evenings

2.4. Digital Learning Criteria

3. Communication

3.1. Twitter

3.2. Website

3.3. Digital bulletin

3.4. Doodly videos

3.5. One Lan

4. Digital Schools Award

4.1. Self-evaluation

4.1.1. Areas for improvement

4.2. Digital Leaders

4.3. Visit mentor schools

4.3.1. Looking outwards

4.3.2. Sharing good practice

4.4. Awarded the DSA by end of 2019

4.5. Digital School Cluster Award by 2021

5. Microsoft Schools Program

5.1. Microsoft School by year 1

5.2. Microsoft Showcase School by year 2

5.3. Microsoft Flagship School by year 3

5.4. Registered

6. Apple Distinguished School

6.1. Requirements

6.1.1. one to one program

6.1.2. Innovative use of the apple platform

6.1.3. Faculty proficiency with IPad or Mac

6.1.4. Documented results

6.2. Apple Teacher

6.2.1. Student accounts after age 13

6.2.2. Departments with IPads

7. Glow

7.1. Office 365

7.2. email

7.3. Teams

8. Training

8.1. Education Scotland

8.2. Digital leaders

8.3. PKC Digital Skills Team

8.4. Oscar Stringer

8.5. Digital breakfast(s)

8.6. Termly focus

8.6.1. App

8.6.2. MIE

8.7. Cyber Security and Safety online

9. Excellent Relationships, Excellent Learning and Teaching

9.1. Successful learners

9.1.1. By 2022 almost all pupils are demonstrating secure learning at level 4

9.1.2. Articulate students using digital terminology

9.1.3. Use technology efficiently for learning

9.2. Effective Contributors

9.2.1. MIE Experts

9.2.1.1. Year 1 30%

9.2.1.2. Year 2 60%

9.2.1.3. Year 3 100%

9.2.2. Consistent and coherent planning of digital learning by year 1

9.2.3. Apply critical thinking in new concepts and problem solve using computational thinking

9.3. Confident Individuals

9.3.1. be self-aware when using the internet

9.3.2. develop and communicate their own beliefs and views

9.4. Responsible Citizens

9.4.1. make informed choices and decisions when using the internet

10. Equity

10.1. All learners have access to digital devices

10.2. RRSA

10.2.1. Article

10.2.2. Article

10.3. PEF

11. Blended Learning

11.1. Khan Academy

11.2. 'Flipped' Learning

11.3. SMHW

11.4. etc

11.5. Scholar

12. Focus

12.1. App week / month

12.2. MIE focus term / month / week

12.3. Software focus

12.4. 10 minute focus at meetings / SLT / ELT / in-service / etc

12.5. Digital noticeboard

13. Microsoft Certification Exams (MCA)

13.1. Staff accreditation

13.2. Alternative student pathways

14. Infrastructure

14.1. Digital Learning Hubs

14.2. Wi-Fi

14.3. Digital Learning Zones