A few months ago I was approached by Seneca to deliver a Teachmeet (as a webinar) as part of their TeachMeet series. When I agreed and was asked what I would like to share about I thought what better way than to share some evidence-informed approaches to using technology. I did this so that teachers could try and implement some of their ideas both before the school holidays and perhaps in preparation for Inset or training in the run-up to the return to school in September, whatever that might look like!
To that end, I now have the recording from that session and have uploaded it to my YouTube channel for you to watch back again whenever you wish.
If you’d like support in readiness for your use of technology this academic year or next, I still have the capacity to run training with your School, College or University both this academic year or into the next. Some schools have in fact booked me during the traditional summer break so if that is an option for you, just let me know.
Please just drop me a line if this is something you are interested in for your establishment.
Check out some of the praise I’ve received from some of my recent sessions:
When you think you have a handle on using #excel and then @ICTEvangelist takes you to school with some new ways to do it …👏👏❤💯 #Loveit
— Caroline Keep 🌟😊 (@Ka81) June 6, 2020
@ICTEvangelist is really inspiring “It’s not what you do, it’s the way that you do it.” #EduDH20 pic.twitter.com/YZPmCwfBtR
— Toria Bono 🌻 #TVTTagTeam (@Toriaclaire) May 20, 2020
Really useful INSET training this morning from @ICTEvangelist about #GoogleClassroom for the next stage of Guided Home Learning @CroydonHighJnrs. Thank you 🙏
— Laura Threadgold (@LauraThreadgold) April 14, 2020
If your training provider or school hasn’t had @ICTEvangelist visit to show you all the incredible tech that’s out there to help you teach to the fullest… ask them! Amazing day @UniofSuffolk #teacher #lessonplanning #techgeekout 🤓 pic.twitter.com/F4KEpdwSUD
— Amira / 'Miss' (@MissElsEnglish) February 14, 2020