ALT Scotland: Annual Online Catch-Up 2020

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This ALT Scotland event will bring practitioners together from across sectors to share their experiences of strategy, practice and policy in learning technology. The day will be hosted by University of Glasgow online via Zoom.

This online meeting will run in ‘flipped’ format, with delegates invited to contribute Flipgrid videos in advance to share their experiences of the transition to remote-to-blended learning, teaching and assessment. 

Contributors to the FlipGrid will be selected for panels during the live event, representing school, FE and HE sectors, and use of tools and technologies. Panels will be chaired by members of the ALT Scotland committee who will also give a short overview presentation at the start of each panel discussion.

The ALT perspective will be provided by Martin Hawksey and Debbie Baff at the start and end of the meeting.

During a virtual lunch, participants will be invited to participate in a breakout room discussion, the outcomes of which will be shared via Padlet.

The meeting will be recorded, and all resources created during the event will be shared via the ALT event page.





Welcome, the ALT perspective

Martin Hawksey

Debbie Baff


What’s happening in schools – brief presentation and panel discussion

Kirsty McFaul


What’s happening in FE – as above

Joe Wilson, Kenji Lamb


What’s happening in HE – as above

Keith Smyth, Sheila McNeill


Tools and technologies – as above

Suzanne Faulkner, 

Louise Jones


Breakout rooms: What support do people want from ALT?

Or one thing that’s worked?

Lee Ballantyne, Toni Gibson, Vicki Dale 


Summary, what came out of the breakout rooms

Martin Hawksey, 

Debbie Baff to coordinate input collated by above



Joe Wilson, Vicki Dale

22 Jun 2020 10:00 AM through  1:00 PM