Teaching from a Single Computer with No Internet Access is a 1-hour webinar, delivered by David Fuller, that will enable participants to start to develop skills and techniques to help with the challenge of teaching a class with limited access to technology. (It assumes that there is a computer and screen, and in some cases a projector.) It will investigate the types of resources available to the participant and how to prepare for a lesson where you want to use a computer, and finally will discuss the actual delivery of the lesson.
- The target audience for the webinar is Grade 3 upwards
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Schools, and other interested groups, should contact nilsbird training to discuss special group prices.
Book now for March 2021
Great value at just £6.
The minimum number of attendees for this live webinar is 5.
Wednesday 24th March 2021 – 3:30pm GMT/UTC
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