An Arduino board has a great potential: using the boards as relatively inexpensive tool to teach STEAM in classroom contexts, as well as an ideal measuring tool to perform engaging experiments with the smartphone.
This seminar will present some tips and ideas on how to assess students’ self-learning ability, how to engage students in lesson tasks, as well as how to create a meaningful and authentic learning experience for them.
When students start asking more questions than the teacher, and tapping into their own curiosity about the topic in hand, you know you’re on the path to deep, complex learning.
This session will highlight the graphic design and video creation tools for student and teacher video content creation. Participants are encouraged to open a free Adobe Express account and activate YouTube prior to the session, though this is not required. Browser | Tablet / iPad | Smartphone apps are available.
April 18, 2023 - 16:00Online Streaming
Hear about intentional shifts from a Consultant role focused on IT Triage & Support to a Coaching role focused on Instructional Practice and curriculum. Presented by Ed Tech Coaches from HKIS.
By third grade, most students can decode and spell small, familiar words, but their spelling breaks down as they start tackling big words (words with seven or more letters).
Covid 19 has pushed learning at South African private school into the digital realm. Even as schools have been re-opened since the end of our hard lock down, hybrid teaching is still norm.
Idea management provides a strategic way to be truly inclusive and crowdsource ideas from across all facets of your organisation. It provides a continual pipeline of innovations, that are aligned to institutional goals and assessed by those who matter most; the community. This session will explore the practicalities of how International Schools Services has begun to strategically embrace idea management within both its business operations and managed schools.