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Active Learning in a Low Resource Environment – an overview

Active Learning in a Low Resource Environment – an overview is a 1-hour webinar, delivered by David Bird, Sally Burbeary and Stephen Atyeo, that will seek to support participants who have the daily experience of little resources in the classroom. Specific subject examples will be used as exemplars and ideas will be provided to show what can be achieved in a low resource environment. It will be shown that students can make progress, even where there is no electricity, students only have a pen and piece of paper, and the teacher is the only one with a textbook.

Video snippets of this webinar, previously titled Effective Teaching in a Low Resource Environment.

Feedback on Effective Teaching in a Low Resource Environment

“The webinar was quite interesting and educative. Thank you.”

“Great stuff. Thanks a lot. Information will surely be used soon.”

“I’m indeed grateful to have such precious lessons that aid to widening my horizon of thinking, given me more experience and skills in teaching and learning.”

“The nilsbird training on low resource teaching was an eye opener. It gave great insights on how one can teach effectively with few resources.”

Additional information

  • The target audience for the webinar is Grade 3 upwards
  • This webinar is designed for teachers in a low resource environment
  • If you don’t teach in a low resource environment, you can attend the webinar

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Group bookings

Schools, and other interested groups, should contact nilsbird training to discuss special group prices.

Book now for February/March 2021

February 2021

Tuesday 2nd February 2021 2:30pm GMT/UTC

March 2021

Tuesday 2nd March 2021 3:30pm GMT/UTC

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The minimum number of attendees for this webinar is 5.

Alternative prices and mobile money

  • India
  • Malawi
  • Pakistan
  • Sierra Leone
  • Zambia

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Deadline for bookings

Bookings close 24 hours before a webinar is due to take place.

Further details as to how to register etc., will be sent after payment as been received.

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