Personal Use of Technology in your Everyday Life

 
Early Stages / Novice in all aspects
Developing capability in all aspects
Good / Reasonably Capable in all aspects
Proficient in all aspects
How would you rate your performance in the following digital capabilities?
 
1. Using standard office applications including Word, Excel and Outlook.
2. Sending, searching and organising emails.
3. Resolving basic technical problems (paper jam, computer reboot, change printer cartridge).
4. Using the internet for researching information to make informed decisions.
5. Using the internet to buy and sell online.
6. Using anti-virus and anti-phishing software.
7. Setting up and using a wireless printer.
8. Downloading software and installing on a range of devices.
9. Using a smart phone or tablet.
10. Downloading and using a range of Apps.
11. Downloading video content from the internet and playing on a range of devices.
12. Using online communication tools (Skype, FaceTime).
13. Using social media to communicate and find information (Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn)
14. Managing online profiles.
15. Taking photos or videos and sharing, and hosting online.
16. Using cloud storage for remote access.

Using Learning Technology in Teaching and Learning

 
Early Stages / Novice in all aspects
Developing capability in all aspects
Good / Reasonably Capable in all aspects
Proficient in all aspects
How effectively do you perform the following?
 
17. Use Interactive White Board technology as part of classroom activities.
18. Locate and download online curriculum resources.
19. Download and embed video links or content into presentations.
20. Understand and comply with copyright and creative commons licencing.
21. Effectively support learning activities through the use of social and collaborative media.
22. Plan lessons that integrate technology which can be used in a variety of settings.
23. Deliver learning through a Virtual Learning Environment /learning Platform.
24. Enrich learning through the effective use of Open Educational Resources (freely available resources for educational use).
25. Locate and download resources for use in teaching such as YouTube, Pinterest.
26. Present my ideas in online space using blogs, such as WordPress.
27. Use gaming in teaching and learning.
28. Create and share documents with students and peers using cloud storage (such as Google Drive, Dropbox, Office 365, One Drive)
29. Develop independent learning through the use of MOOCs, VOOCs and SPOCs.
30. Support student based group discussions through the effective use of web based tools. E.g. blogs.
31. Organise and present a range of sources of information through the curation of digital content.
32. Design online materials using an authoring environment or tools.
33. Deliver offsite learning through confident use of webinars.
34. Learn about new technology from my students.
35. Support students to use a variety of mobile devices in their lessons.
36. Enable learners with learning difficulties and disabilities to access learning through the use of assistive technologies.

Using Learning Technology in Assessment

 
Early Stages / Novice in all aspects
Developing capability in all aspects
Good / Reasonably Capable in all aspects
Proficient in all aspects
How well do you do the following?
 
37. Assess individual literacy, numeracy and learning needs using online diagnostic tools.
38. Plan, assess and monitor progress remotely through effective use of e-portfolios.
39. Assess students using a range of e-assessment software, tools and approaches e.g. voting systems, surveys and quizzes both in class and online.
40. Use online anti plagiarism tools.
41. Facilitate students to take online exams using proctoring services.
42. Mark/Assess online formative and summative assessment using a Virtual Learning Environment.
43.Organise and share online resources and information with colleagues and students using bookmarking and tagging.

My Own Personal and Professional Development

 
Early Stages / Novice in all aspects
Developing capability in all aspects
Good / Reasonably Capable in all aspects
Proficient in all aspects
How effectively do you perform the following?
 
44. Seek out and share good practice in the use of technology with colleagues.
45. Keep up-to-date and develop my professional network using social and collaborative media (e.g. blogs and wikis).
46. Generate and contribute to online discussions with other professionals in the same or related subject area.
47. Participate in synchronous online CPD opportunities, e.g. live chats and webinars.
48. Lead synchronous online CPD activities both within and outside my institution.
49. Overall , how would you rate your digital literacy skills?

Personal Use of Technology in your Everyday Life

Benchmark Proficiency: 2

Using Learning Technology in Teaching and Learning

Benchmark Proficiency: 2

Using Learning Technology in Assessment

Benchmark Proficiency: 2

My Own Personal and Professional Development

Benchmark Proficiency: 2

For a full analysis, tailored CPD and support to help you to Go Digital, contact info@coralesce.com

For a full analysis, tailored CPD and support to help you to Go Digital, contact info@coralesce.com

Personal Use of Technology in your Everyday Life

For a full analysis, tailored CPD and support to help you to Go Digital, contact info@coralesce.com

How would you rate your performance in the following digital capabilities?

Activity

Score

1.
Using standard office applications including Word, Excel and Outlook.

2.
Sending, searching and organising emails.
3.
Resolving basic technical problems (paper jam, computer reboot, change printer cartridge).
4.
Using the internet for researching information to make informed decisions.
5.
Using the internet to buy and sell online.
6.
Using anti-virus and anti-phishing software.
7.
Deliver learning through a Virtual Learning Environment /learning Platform.
8.
Downloading software and installing on a range of devices.
9.
Using a smart phone or tablet.
10.
Downloading and using a range of Apps.
11.
Downloading video content from the internet and playing on a range of devices.
12.
Using online communication tools (Skype, FaceTime).
13.
Using social media to communicate and find information (Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn)
14.
Managing online profiles.
15.
Taking photos or videos and sharing, and hosting online.
16.
Using cloud storage for remote access.
For a full analysis, tailored CPD and support to help you to Go Digital, contact info@coralesce.com

Using Learning Technology in Teaching and Learning

For a full analysis, tailored CPD and support to help you to Go Digital, contact info@coralesce.com

How effectively do you perform the following?

Activity

Score

17.
Use Interactive White Board technology as part of classroom activities.

18.
Locate and download online curriculum resources.
19.
Download and embed video links or content into presentations.
20.
Understand and comply with copyright and creative commons licencing.
21.
Plan lessons that integrate technology which can be used in a variety of settings.
22.
Effectively support learning activities through the use of social and collaborative media.
23.
Deliver learning through a Virtual Learning Environment /learning Platform.
24.
Enrich learning through the effective use of Open Educational Resources (freely available resources for educational use).

25.
Locate and download resources for use in teaching such as YouTube, Pinterest.
26.
Present my ideas in online space using blogs, such as WordPress.
27.
Use gaming in teaching and learning.
28.
Create and share documents with students and peers using cloud storage (such as Google Drive, Dropbox, Office 365, One Drive).

29.
Develop independent learning through the use of MOOCs, VOOCs and SPOCs.
For a full analysis, tailored CPD and support to help you to Go Digital, contact info@coralesce.com

How effectively do you perform the following?

Activity

Score

30.
Support student based group discussions through the effective use of web based tools. E.g. blogs.


31.
Organise and present a range of sources of information through the curation of digital content.

32.
Design online materials using an authoring environment or tools.
33.
Deliver offsite learning through confident use of webinars.
34.
Learn about new technology from my students.
35.
Support students to use a variety of mobile devices in their lessons.
36.
Enable learners with learning difficulties and disabilities to access learning through the use of assistive technologies.
For a full analysis, tailored CPD and support to help you to Go Digital, contact info@coralesce.com

Using Learning Technology in Assessment

For a full analysis, tailored CPD and support to help you to Go Digital, contact info@coralesce.com

How well do you do the following?

Activity

Score

37.
Assess individual literacy, numeracy and learning needs using online diagnostic tools.


38.
Plan, assess and monitor progress remotely through effective use of e-portfolios.
39.
Assess students using a range of e-assessment software, tools and approaches e.g. voting systems, surveys and quizzes both in class and online.

40.
Use online anti plagiarism tools.
41.
Facilitate students to take online exams using proctoring services.
42.
Mark/Assess online formative and summative assessment using a Virtual Learning Environment.

43.
Organise and share online resources and information with colleagues and students using bookmarking and tagging.
For a full analysis, tailored CPD and support to help you to Go Digital, contact info@coralesce.com

My Own Personal and Professional Development







For a full analysis, tailored CPD and support to help you to Go Digital, contact info@coralesce.com

How well do you do the following?

Activity

Score

44.
Seek out and share good practice in the use of technology with colleagues.

45.
Keep up-to-date and develop my professional network using social and collaborative media (e.g. blogs and wikis).

46.
Generate and contribute to online discussions with other professionals in the same or related subject area.

47.
Participate in synchronous online CPD opportunities, e.g. live chats and webinars.

48.
Lead synchronous online CPD activities both within and outside my institution.
49.
Overall , how would you rate your digital literacy skills?