How to teach creating, editing and collaboration for Essential Digital Skills (Recording)

Recorded Event How to teach Essential Digital Skills (EDS)

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The Essential Digital Skills (EDS) professional development programme supports the delivery of EDS based on the national standards. 'How to teach EDS' sessions focus on focusing on developing skills, knowledge and confidence to teach competencies within the standards. 

This session looks at a range of ideas teachers can use to develop students' skills in creating, editing and collaborating.

It supports the 'Creating & Editing' skills area of the EDS national standards.

Who is this for?

Anyone who is teaching digital skills, especially to those with no or low digital skills. It will be particularly useful for those who are in Prison Education or community learning where infrastructure may be lacking and there is a need to work offline.

Training aim

To support teachers in developing their skills, knowledge and confidence to deliver specific competencies within the new Essential Digital Skills national standards.

Each skills development session:

  • Explores how specific competencies could be delivered in practice.
  • Highlights useful resources.


The recording lasts approximately 60 minutes and includes an index so you can select which sections you want to watch.

Entry criteria

To book a place you will need to be part of an organisation that is funded by the Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA).