Critically reflect on own values, knowledge and skills to improve learning
Examples of activities
- Using a “co-pilot” on online delivery sessions to offer feedback
- Creating surveys to get snapshot feedback on digital activities from learners
- Using reflective CPD platforms to record and critically evaluate progress, e.g. Professional Learning Passport
- Keeping a reflective blog on your teaching practice experiences
- Sharing reflections on practice and professional experiences
- Using grammar check and spelling tools to identify areas for development in your use of language
- Employing online style-checkers to develop your skills in clear, plain language
- Checking the provenance of information found online using meta data or other indicators
10.1 Developing my digital skills
- I participate in the opportunities to develop my digital capabilities provided by my organisation or sector organisations.
- I actively seek out opportunities to assess and develop my own digital capabilities.
- I ask for feedback on my own use of digital technology and act on it to improve my practice.
- I create opportunities for others in my organisation and beyond to assess and develop their digital capabilities and share their expertise.
10.2 Developing numeracy and literacy skills in digital contexts
- I make use of digital and online resources to improve my own numeracy and literacy skills.
- I provide learners with signposting to relevant digital resources to develop their own numeracy and literacy.
- I incorporate opportunities for learners to develop their literacy and numeracy with the digital activities and spaces I design.
10.3 Critically evaluating sources of knowledge and information
- When searching for information on the web and in online spaces I make use of established and reputable sources.
- I critically evaluate sources of information on the web to establish their reliability.
- I take action to help limit the spread of unreliable or misleading information where I come across it.
- I provide guidance to learners and colleagues in critically evaluating information sources online.
- I consistently use available systems to record progress in my professional development.
- I make time to regularly analyse and reflect on my recorded progress.
- I use digital tools and platforms to share my reflections on practice with peers and colleagues.
- I use critical reflection on practice to develop new, innovative ways of working or learning for myself and others.
Leadership and management