Digital Learning Framework and Planning Resources for Post-Primary Schools

Digital Learning Framework

The Digital Learning Framework has been developed to assist schools in effectively embedding digital technologies into teaching, learning and assessment. This page contains a number of resources to support schools with this process.

 

Digital Learning Planning Handbook
The Digital Learning Planning Handbook outlines the process of planning for Digital Learning in your school. It details the six step process that will shape your school’s Digital Learning plan and describes a number of ways that the Digital Learning Framework can be implemented by your school.

Digital Learning Handbook (pdf - available soon)

Digital Learning Framework
The Digital Learning Framework has been developed to assist schools in effectively embedding digital technologies into teaching and learning. It provides clarity for school leaders and education providers in how to create a shared vision for how technology can best can meet the needs of all learners.

Digital Learning Framework for Post-Primary Schools.pdf (size 1.4 MB)

Video Exemplars
In the Good Practice section of this website you will find videos of teachers integrating digital technologies in their classrooms, as well as interviews with students, teachers, principals and ICT co-ordinating teachers about digital technology in their schools. These videos have been aligned with the Standards in the Digital Learning Framework as exemplars to use and share with colleagues when working on a particular section of the Digital Learning Framework. Links to the relevant videos are provided in the PDFs below.

Dimension: Teaching and Learning

Domain 1 Learner Outcomes.pdf (size 565.6 KB)
Domain 2 Learner Experiences.pdf (size 556.7 KB)
Domain 3 Teachers Individual Practice.pdf (size 572.7 KB)
Domain 4 Teachers Collaborative Practice.pdf (size 544.5 KB)

Dimension: Leadership and Management

All Domains.pdf (size 586.4 KB)


All Dimensions & Domains.pdf (size 1.1 MB)

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