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Supporting Staff Development in Digital Literacy: The DigiLit Leicester Project

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Slides for the digital literacy workshop delivered by Lucy Atkins and Josie Fraser as part of ALT-C 2014: Riding Giants, in the Learning to Ride track. The workshop took place on Tuesday 2 September 2014 at The University of Warwick.

Slides for the digital literacy workshop delivered by Lucy Atkins and Josie Fraser as part of ALT-C 2014: Riding Giants, in the Learning to Ride track. The workshop took place on Tuesday 2 September 2014 at The University of Warwick.

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Supporting Staff Development in Digital Literacy: The DigiLit Leicester Project

  1. 1. The DigiLit Leicester Project Lucy Atkins Josie Fraser Richard Hall
  2. 2. Project Context • 2 year Knowledge Exchange Project • Leicester City Council, De Montfort University and 23 Leicester BSF schools • Lucy Atkins – Research Associate • Josie Fraser – Leicester City Council • Richard Hall – De Montfort University Developing secondary school staff digital literacy, through the implementation of a self-evaluation framework.
  3. 3. Project Approach • Literature Review and Consultations • Framework and Survey Development • 2013 Survey • Recommendations and School Activities • 2014 Survey
  4. 4. Project Impact • Significant cultural change • Engagement with all schools • Digital literacy strategy and implementation plan within the University • Shared understanding of digital literacy situated in practice • Comparative analysis shows that a statistically significant change in staff confidence has occurred • Openness
  5. 5. DigiLit Leicester Framework • Finding, Evaluating and Organising • Creating and Sharing • Assessment and Feedback • Communication, Collaboration and Participation • E-Safety and Online Identity • Technology supported Professional Development Entry Core Developer Pioneer
  6. 6. Activity 1. In groups, select a strand or create a new strand 2. Populate strand with statements/practices relevant to each level 3. Group presentations – feeding back to the group Feeding back at 9:40am
  7. 7. Group Presentations
  8. 8. Project Reports and Links Initial Project Report (outlining the secondary school digital literacy framework and including all of the survey content), June 2013 2013 Survey Results , October 2013 Defining a self-evaluation digital literacy framework for secondary educators: the DigiLit Leicester Project – Research in Learning Technology, April 2014 Project Activities Report, May 2014 2014 Survey Results, September 2014 www.digilitleic.com

Editor's Notes

  • The project has brought about significant cultural change in its approach to the use of technology to support learning, teaching and community development.
    All 23 BSF schools have engaged with the project. In relation to the survey findings and recommendations, the DigiLit team have led on six events and projects, and 21 school-led projects have been undertaken to date.
    The project is formally structured as a Knowledge Exchange Partnership between Leicester City Council and De Montfort University, and is supporting a new digital literacy strategy and implementation plan within the University.
    The project has raised awareness of potential practices, created a shared understanding of digital literacy situated in practice, and has supported collaborative practice across the 23 schools in Leicester.
    Analysis comparing the survey data from 2013 and 2014 shows that a statistically significant change in staff confidence has occurred.
    All of the projects outputs, including the project approach and methodology, research findings and recommendations, and information and resources relating to project activities, have been collected and released with a Creative Commons licence: http://www.digilitleic.com/

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