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Information about NSW Department of Education Technology 4 Learning supporting NSW public schools.
Take a webinar to get empowered with tech and develop digital classroom skills. Ask the experts anything about Apple, Microsoft, Google, STEM and creative topics.
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Participation in this one-hour hands-on workshop will support teachers to get started with digital learning in their classrooms using Apple digital technology tools.
This instructor-led session will introduce Apple Mac functionality supporting student success through the following applications:
All attendees will complete a reflection of the experience and intended application of their learning, post course completion.
Simply click below to register with your Department of Education email address and you will receive an email confirmation with your link to join on the day.
Please note this session is being delivered by Apple Learning Specialists (not the NSW Department of Education). If you have any concerns, questions, ideas, or thoughts after the session, please contact the T4L team.
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