Smarter Learning for Self-Directed Support
26 February 2015, Edinburgh
Smarter learning is about how and where people learn; how they can connect with each other and share knowledge and learning; how we can make learning more personal. Smarter learning is not just about technology, it’s about starting effective learning conversations, like having the confidence to say ‘help me out here…what is it that I need to learn or do better?’
Self-Directed Support requires a significant culture change. We’ve all got a role to play in that and smarter learning can help us change old habits.
The event was organised and hosted by the Scottish Social Services Council and the SDS Workforce Project Board.