NGScholars TeachWithTech Training

The pandemic has necessitated the lockdown of establishments, businesses, places of worship, markets, pubs, and most  significantly, schools. This is in a bid to curtail the spread of the virus.

A lot of businesses have migrated to remote work. Same with a lot of schools. But most of the schools that migrated to online learning have experienced some difficulties delivering lessons. This can be attributed to the tech know-how of the teachers/educators in the school.

NGScholars TeachWithTech Training

The problem stems from most teachers in the education sector now not familiar with teaching technologies. Most teachers went through school without the opportunity to make use of technological tools. This could serve as a constraint as they might likely not be aware of new technologies that could aid them in their teaching the students.

NGScholars TeachWithTech Training For Educators

NGScholars therefore has organized a 5-day virtual training to train educators in primary, secondary and tertiary institutions all over the country on:

  • Teaching with technology,
  • 21st Century Learning Design and
  • Classroom management using technology.

This training is beneficial to teachers as it:

  • Teaches them how to use countless online resources, technology that can help improve teaching.
  • Teaches them how to use different apps or trusted online resources to enhance the traditional ways of teaching and to keep students more engaged.
  • Exposed teachers to virtual lesson plans, grading software and online assessments that can help them save a lot time.

Training will be facilitated by Microsoft Innovative Educator Experts (MIEEs) who will deploy their experience and skills using global best practices.

The training has will hold as below:

  • Date: 14th and 18th November, 2020.
  • Time: 10:00am – 4:00pm (1hr break).
  • Venue: Microsoft Teams

To register, kindly fill the form in the link below before 10th Nov., 2020.

NOTE: It is mandatory to register as only those that registered will be admitted into virtual sessions.