The application allows and makes it easy for you as a teacher to freely download content from digitalalektioner.se into your class notebook. The class notebook allows you as a teacher to work with the material to fit into your teaching. Once you have copied the contents of the class notebook, you can process the material there, split it according to how you want to work with it, and then create assignments for your students that they can work with, or use the material as inspiration in your teaching.
If you create a task, you can choose to distribute the material to the student or use it as inspiration for the students if they are going to create their own material.
Digitala lektioner is an investment from the Board of Internet in Sweden, whose purpose is to be an open, digital content provider to meet the demands and challenges that came when digital competency was included in the curriculums in the summer of 2018.
All content is freely available and can be used as you wish.
This app is only available in Swedish.
The Internet Foundation has created digital lessons for teachers, educators and school librarians in the Swedish compulsory school to support them in their efforts to strengthen pupils' digital skills. Digital lessons are part of the Internet Foundation's work to support the school's work on the curriculum changes that took place on July 1, 2018.
You can use it either when preparing lessons or in the classroom, when teaching digital skills and programming in school. All material is created by active teachers and all lessons are linked to the revised curriculum. You can use the material on digital lessons any way you want: download it, process it or use it straight away as a lesson. The content on Digital Lessons is licensed under the Creative Commons license: CC BY, SA 4.0. The license means that you are free to distribute, copy and process the content as long as you tell us that it comes from Digital lessons.
We gratefully receive feedback from you and your students. Email us here: firstname.lastname@example.org