Today's MIEE Spotlight is focused on Scotland's Teacher of the Year, Jacqueline Campbell, Computer Science Teacher from St. Mungo's High School. Jacqueline has been integral in St. Mungo's being awarded Microsoft Showcase School status and supporting the school in becoming a Microsoft STEM School!
Jacqueline inspires teachers all across Scotland in her innovative uses of Office 365 within GLOW, ensuring all pupils have the skills and knowledge they need for the 21st Century. She is passionate about empowering staff and pupil Digital Leaders across her school and cluster, in using technology effectively for teaching and learning. As well as this, Jacqueline supports the students in her class with first class teaching using OneNote Class Notebook to distribute class work, give formative feedback and make learning easier for her class with everything in the one 'Digital Notebook'.
Jacqueline also supports local cluster Primary Schools in their use of technology and development of Computer Science. For example, during Digital Learning week in May, Jacqueline took her Pupil Digital Leaders to Primary 6 classes to teach the pupils about effective coding using the BBC Micro:Bit.
You can follow Jacqueline's class on Twitter @StMungosComp to keep up to date with the incredible work she does in her classroom, school and beyond.
Interact with the Sway below to hear more about Jacqueline's development and classroom practices in her own words.
— St Mungo's Computing (@StMungosComp) June 29, 2017
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