Glow is likely to be unavailable between the hours of 08:00 and 18:00.
If you’re aware of any Glow activities planned on this date please contact David Gilmour or Shirley Lawson.
On Tuesday 29th January, Education Scotland will alert colleagues throughout Scottish education about the value of professional learning (CPD) communities on Glow.
These communities have evolved from the CPDCentral work with which some of you will be familiar from updates over the last few years.
It is hoped to raise the profile of professional online learning (as advocated in Teaching Scotland’s Future report) by providing a place for us to connect, share and learn with each other and support each other to improve our educational practice.
Feel free to visit the home page of the National PL Community on Glow and have a look for yourself. Your colleagues are encouraged to visit the community support area or email email@example.com if they have any questions.
As always, we are grateful for the support given by you to make these things possible on Glow. If you have any questions or identify any potential issues, please get in touch using the following email address firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sent on behalf of Con Morris
National Professional Learning Adviser, Education Scotland
Today, December 10th 2012, all authority and school staff can now see the RM Unify interface when they log in to Glow. Pupils will then see the same shortly afterwards. You can read more about it here on the Education Scotland blog.
Today Education Scotland have issued an end of term news update from Kenneth Muir, which you can read here: http://edscot.org.uk/LQE-UP0X-973LDKKIAB/cr.aspx
There is more a more detailed review of the current situation, including FAQs from establishments and local authorities, here: http://www.educationscotland.gov.uk/usingglowandict/glow/futureofglow/index.asp
Just stumbled on an interesting short case study from British Columbia comparing eduBuzz to Glow:
If you’re interested in finding out how others see us, it’s worth a read.