Keen to boost your skills in creating and running a Digital Classroom?
The teams from Learning Design and Development, stem.T4L and Technology 4 Learning have collaborated on some empowering webinars to get you up to speed as quickly as possible!
For access to live webinars go to our events page. These will begin again in Term 2.
If these times don't suit, or you're eager to grab the information straight away, click to watch the recordings below (requires Adobe Connect):
To think differently about how to teach online when students have low to no connectivity, watch this recorded webinar with Virginia Cluff and Ben Hillsley from Aurora College Virtual Selective High School. You can also access the presentation here.
To discover strategies to manage your team online, watch this recorded webinar with Virginia Cluff and Serena McKay from Aurora College, leaders who have managed a faculty virtually. You can also access their presentation here.
To learn about how to develop a digital classroom routine, watch this recorded webinar with expert online educators Ian Tobitt and Virginia Cluff. They have also produced an evolving list (DoE access only) of commonly asked questions that may provide further guidance. Please note that YouTube resources mentioned in this webinar are currently only accessible to students in Stage 6. This practice should also be followed in the online teaching and learning environment.
For help and support with Zoom web meetings, find all the information on this intranet page.
For NESA registered professional learning on other key departmental tools including Microsoft Tools (including Teams), Google Tools (including Classroom), Apple Tools (including iPad), Adobe Tools, LinkedIn Learning and more please visit the new On Demand Learning with Technology page where you will find more than 20 on-demand courses available to learn anywhere, anytime!