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Active Learning and Science in a Low Resource Environment

Active Learning and Science in a Low Resource Environment is a 1-hour webinar, delivered by Stephen Atyeo, that will seek to support participants who have the daily experience of little resources in the Science classroom. It will explore teaching methods that will encourage active student-centred learning and will enable participants to develop their teaching skills in facilitating groupwork, using printed material and conducting practical experiments.

Additional information

  • The target audience for the webinar is Grade 6 upwards
  • This webinar is designed for teachers in a low resource environment
  • If you don’t teach in a low resource environment, you can still attend this webinar

Download the Webinar Programme.

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 16th February 2021 3:30pm GMT/UTC

March 2021

Tuesday 16th March 2021 3:30pm GMT/UTC

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Contact nilsbird training for country-specific prices and how to pay.

The minimum number of attendees for this live webinar is 5.

Alternative prices and mobile money

  • India
  • Malawi
  • Pakistan
  • Sierra Leone
  • Zambia

Contact nilsbird training for further information about alternative prices and mobile money. 

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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