An innovative scheme promoting excellence in digital learning and teaching, and aimed at equipping pupils with cutting-edge digital skills, is set to be offered to Irish secondary schools.
- Scotland leading the way in future skills race as latest round of Digital Schools recognised
- First secondary schools to achieve Digital School status named
Programme calls on colleges, universities and employers to partner with schools to develop a modern, digitally resilient workforce.
Scotland leads the way in digital teaching and learning as first ‘Digital Schools’ named.
Deputy First Minister and Cabinet Secretary for Education and Skills welcomes HP, Hewlett Packard Enterprise and Intel support for programme.
Scottish primary schools encouraged to sign up to the programme which will help them assess progress and recognise excellence in the use of digital technology while providing practical support and encouragement
Minister John O’Dowd formally presented the awards at a ceremony in Storemont Castle.
Minister for Education John O’Dowd welcomes HP Inc, Hewlett Packard Enterprise and Microsoft support for education.
Minister Alex White presents prestigious national award to school for excellence in the use of technology in the classroom
HP, Hewlett Packard Enterprise and Microsoft confirm support for the programme.
Minister Jan O’Sullivan presents prestigious national award to school for digital excellence in the classroom