11 November 2020
This online event will focus on introducing Digimap for Schools and how it can be used across the Key Stage Three Geography curriculum. Darren Bailey from the Ordnance Survey will work through its functionality, map layers and more during an online demonstration, and will also provide ideas on how to use Digimap for Schools with KS3 students.
The session is ideal for new users to get an idea of what the product can do, or current users who are looking to embed further the use of maps and digital mapping into their curriculum.
Digimap for Schools is an award winning online mapping service for use by teachers and pupils. With an intuitive interface, easy to understand tools and instructions, and no download or new software installation required, a teacher or a pupil can easily understand and start to use the service as soon as they log on. Digimap for Schools supports cross-curricula teaching of geography, maths, literacy, and history and also enables teachers and pupils to gain critical digital and data skills.
This free online event will be run via Zoom or Teams.
Featured image: Screenshot of https://digimap.edina.ac.uk/os
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