Practitioners use digital tools and techniques to enhance teaching learning and assessment so that all learners achieve the right level of digital skills for them. Staff are happy to experiment and innovate, sharing their experiences with colleagues.
All learners achieve a level of digital skills appropriate to their learning programme and individual goals.
A diagnostic approach is used to assess learners’ digital skills, and as a baseline to measure their progress and outcomes.
Appropriate digital technologies are used to enhance learning delivery, support assessment, and help staff respond to learners’ individual preferences, attitudes and abilities.
Inclusive tools, technologies and systems are used appropriately to engage, support, stretch and challenge learners.
Staff are empowered to explore experimental and innovative approaches to digital learning, to evaluate and reflect on the outcomes, and to share good practice and lessons learnt.