Digital Leader Badges Framework - Final Sept 2014
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Roles:Ambassador (A)Communicator (C)Technologist (T)
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OverviewLeaderNetworkerReporterCreatorEducator PresenterTechnicianReviewerSafeguarder
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Encourage the positive / effective / safe and responsible uses of technology across the curriculum both in and out of school. Support others with learning and improving use of new technologies. Be identified as a Digital Leader, work in a team and take on regular commitments and responsibilities Develop collaborative ways of working with other Digital Leaders. Take part in regular meetings and online discussions using feedback and response to feedback to improve ways of working for a variety of activities. Take part in and then organise face-to-face events and share information about Digital Leaders with other students/ teachers/ parents/ governors both in school and with Digital Leaders from other schools.Create articles fit for audience and purpose using a variety of media using paper or digital formats. Articles will be about the effective use of technologies and Digital Leader news and events. Create tutorials and help guides for specific audiences and purposes. Develop appropriate resources through the use of feedback and response to feedback using a variety of digital authoring tools.Lead learning - both individual; small group and classes on how to use specific technologies. Different audiences - students/teachers/parents/governors - and evidence to show learning has taken place.. Be able to plan, create, carry out and review an effective presentation. Evidence to show awareness of audience and purpose, appropriate presentation techniques and effective outcomes. Able to show competency with software or hardware suitable for learning or managing learning. (Linked to other skills badges)Follow up a need or potential need for a solution using appropriate software and hardware. Research and evaluate a range of solutions and write a review that shows understanding of the needs and the benefits and drawbacks of the solution. Demonstrate esafety knowledge and understanding relevant to year group / technologies being used and apply this knowledge appropriately when using a variety of technologies. Learn and demonstrate legal use of information and assets.
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Level 1 Understand the concept of a role model and what this entails. Ensure general behaviour and attitudes to learning and technology are modelled in a positive manner. Be recognised across the school as a Digital LeaderAttend a 'technology event' organised by staff or older DLs such as a staff meeting, parent's open day, etc. and interact formally or informally at the eventCreate a news article with respect to digital technology and share with others commenting on the benefits and limitations of that sharing mechanismCreate a simple technical guide to using a piece of technology and reflect on its effectiveness Be able to communicate clearly with individuals or a small group modelling the technical use of a specific technology. Create a simple presentation using appropriate technologies to deliver to a group or class Be able to demonstrate basic technical capability of using a specified piece of technology.Evaluate a technology and explain simple pros and cons of its useUnderstand the importance of communicating politely online, who to communicate with, what to share and who to talk to if a pupil feels sad, scared, threatened or confused.
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Level 2Be recognised by the majority of staff and pupils across the school as a Digital Leader. Attend regular DL organisational meetings and be responsible for regular support and provision in school. Continue to be a role model by always exhibiting appropriate skills and behaviours through your own use of technology.Use meetings, social media interactions and Digital Leader events to share knowledge and opinions and develop other collaborative ways of working both in and beyond school. Take part in online discussions and post comments online to receive and respond to feedback. Develop your Digital Leader collaboration through face-to-face and online engagement.Create articles fit for audience and purpose using traditional and digital media related to digital technology. Demonstrate an informed opinion within the article by reference to pros and cons and other report sources. Be able to amend / update the article responding to feedback or new information.Demonstrate an understanding of a multimedia tutorial. Create a tutorial or help guide using digital media that meets identified needs of the audience. Include digital film or animations appropriately to exemplify steps within the guide. Lead several training / learning sessions taking into consideration the needs of the learners. Work with a range of learners such as pupils, staff, parents and governors. Record evidence to demonstrate an impact of the training / learning you delivered.Create a range of presentations using a variety of presentation technologies taking into consideration the needs of a range of audiences. Present confidently ensuring key points are communicated in an effective and engaging mannerDemonstrate a good technical understanding of a variety of technologies including hardware and software. Show understanding of how these technologies can be used for effective learning.Create systematic reviews of technologies taking into consideration the audience they are aimed at. Utilise or create a simple review template to help readers make comparisons between reviews. Compare the technology with other similar technologies with respect to price, ease of use, effectiveness, etc. Demonstrate an awareness of 'digital footprint', keeping online accounts and information secure and the consequences of cyberbullying.
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