Keen to get your students using some top tech tools and put into practice tips learned from a T4L webinar? Do you want extra resources to get your students up to speed in the classroom? Introducing T4L Kids TV, these short and sharp tutorial videos will get your students working with technology tomorrow!
Here are easy ways to engage your students with T4L Kids TV videos:
Insert videos directly into Google Classroom, Microsoft Teams or any other Learning Management System (LMS)
Show videos on a panel or projector in your classroom
Send videos via email.
You can also share T4L Kids TV videos with parents. It makes great how-to content for parents and caregivers who may be keen to learn more and help their child.
Please note: to share the link, copy the 'Direct video link' below each video.
Working with Data
Learn how to survey and collect information digitally, and then discover how to present data using infographics
Learn how to use Microsoft Forms to gather and work with data and information. Direct video link
Learn how to use Google forms to gather and work with data and information. Direct video link
Learn how to display data visually with infographics in Adobe Spark. Direct video link
Get started with technology – Learn Microsoft Teams, Google Drive and Docs and Apple Clips!
Learn how to access Microsoft Teams direct from the portal and be ready to learn in your digital classroom. Direct video link
Learn how to access Google Drive and start a Google Doc directly from your portal! Direct video link
Discover the power of Apple Clips as a quick and easy tool to create a multi-modal text with the power of video! Direct video link
Perfect presentations – Discover the power of Microsoft PowerPoint, Google Slides and Apple Keynote!
Learn how to tap into the Power of AI and more to craft compelling presentations in minutes with PowerPoint Direct video link
Discover how to make presentations more accessible with the power of live captions!
From drawing and animations to GIFs and more, find out how to do more with Keynote! Direct video link
Solve with spreadsheets – Explore Microsoft Excel, Google Sheets and Apple Numbers