Know how to use evidence and research to improve my practice
Examples of activities
- Using learning analytics and assessment data from learning platforms to refine teaching strategies
- Conducting action research projects on digital learning activities
- Accessing and identifying relevant up to date research e.g. EBSCO
- Engaging with, and contributing to, professional networks for practitioner research e.g. EPALE
- Creating data visualisations and other graphic material based on data to help communicate its meaning
- Active engagement with educational leaders, networks and topics on social media
6.1 Evidence-based digital practice
- I make use of the data and information sources I’m provided with about learners and learning in order to improve my practice
- I recognise the importance of using credible data sources to improve my practice.
- I interrogate a range of appropriate sources of data and information about learners and learning that allow me to adapt my practice.
- I create and share research data about learners and learning appropriately and collaborate with others to develop innovative digital teaching practice.
- I promote evidence-based practice
- I critically analyse/reflect on my teaching practices and adapt accordingly. I share and discuss outcomes on a wider platform.
6.2 Developing my Professional Learning Network
- I engage with colleagues in my organisation to update my digital learning practice
- I participate in organised CPD sessions to upskill in Digital learning.
- I engage with my local peers to develop my knowledge of digital learning and pedagogies.
- I actively seek out and participate in online activities that improve and enrich teaching and learning practice.
- I seek out opportunities to help others develop their digital skills online.
Leadership and management
Curriculum delivery and assessment