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Digital Learning Programme

The key to digital transformation in education

Technology has become an essential part of our day-to-day lives, and this doesn’t exclude the educational field. Technology is not only a vehicle to deliver great teaching and learning, but it’s also a tool for collaboration and productivity.

The use of technology at BSV helps put students at the heart of their learning by increasing agency over their work, developing interpersonal skills, and preparing them for the future of adult life.

BSV has also been recognised as a Common Sense school by the non-profit organisation dedicated to helping young people and their families thrive in a world of media and technology.

This recognition acknowledges our school’s willingness to creating a culture of digital citizenship by helping all students think critically and use technology responsibly, giving them the skills they need to compete and succeed in the 21st century workplace.

The key components to transform teaching and promote learning are:

  • All students from Year 3 to Year 13 have their own personal digital device.

  • Use of a range of endorsed digital platforms and cutting-edge educational software.

  • Specialised and continuous professional development for our teaching staff, as well as training of students in the correct use of technology.

  • Digital security programme focused on the safety and wellbeing of students.

1-2-1 device programme

All students from Year 3 to Year 13 have their own personal digital device (tablet or laptop) for use in school and at home, fully pre-configured and optimised. This programme is fully funded by the school.

The main objective of the 1-2-1 device programme is to enhance student learning experiences by providing them with personalised access to digital resources, collaboration tools, and interactive learning materials. This development also opens better methods of teaching, assessment, and feedback.

Benefits for the students

Our programme allows for a higher level of digitalisation, greater flexibility, and efficiency, whilst helping the teacher deliver a more personalised teaching and organise their work better to benefit the student.

Main benefits:
  • Ownership for learning

  • Enhanced learning experiences

  • Increased efficiency and engagement

  • Access to global resources and digital content

  • Individualised feedback

  • Improved communication and collaboration

  • Personalised learning

  • Digital portfolio

Educational platforms & software

At BSV, we use different learning platforms that allow for a fluid, interactive and straightforward learning both for teachers and pupils.

All students use Microsoft Teams, a virtual environment that allows videoconferences, participation in live lessons and shareable resources and files. We also use educational software such as Tapestry, Seesaw, ActiveLearn, Learning by Questions or Nearpod, depending on the specific goals and educational stage.

We have implemented Century, an online learning tool based on artificial intelligence, scientific learning, and neuroscience. Century helps identify gaps in students’ knowledge and assimilation, making it easier for our teachers to provide feedback and optimise the students’ personalised learning journey.

Digital skills training for teachers

Teachers are the most valuable asset for the successful implementation of educational software in our teaching practice.

We have a continuous professional development programme for staff members which covers all the necessary training to get the most out of this technology.

As part of Cognita, our staff can share best practices with teachers from all around the world through collaborative platforms and access workshops led by expert colleagues.

Wellbeing & technology

Mental and physical wellbeing is key at BSV. We set expectations about how the device should be used for learning at home, what it must be used for, and the length of time it should be used each day.

It’s important to ensure that appropriate measures are taken to protect the students from inappropriate material online and misuse of online content. All devices are pre-installed with artificial intelligence monitoring software that runs in the background 24 hours a day.

British School of Valencia

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