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Teaching Toolbox

Add your own classroom projects to the website and develop key digital skills linked to the Digital Competence Framework (DCF)

STEP 1 Register

Create an account for your school, class or students. For Year 6 and under, we suggest creating one classroom account so that students can save items as drafts for you to review before publishing. For Year 7 and over, you have the option to allow students to register their own account.

STEP 2 Develop digital skills

Get started by getting students to complete easy tasks, such as: upload images and documents; make your own movies. The simple activities can help you with these DCF objectives:

Citizenship

 Identity, image and reputation

 Digital rights, licensing and ownership

Producing

 Planning

 Creating

Interacting & Collaborating

 Collaboration

See these examples for inspiration:

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Waun Wen Primary University of South Wales project with local school
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an illustrated poem about Merthyr, Goetre Primary Cwmclydach Primary School local histories

Digital Projects

Once you've mastered uploading, you can move on to more advanced DCF skills and coordinate a class Project using the website. Illustrate an event or time in the past by making a story, collection or trail—read our step-by-step digital projects guide, allowing you to achieve broader DCF strand objectives.

More excellent examples of work by Welsh schools:

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Deri Primary School have projects on Victorian Life and Mining Llanharran Primary audio trails
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Ton–yr–Ywen Migration Stories project St Woolos primary school and National Roman Legion Museum, Caerleon