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To support schools in the return to classroom learning, we're delivering a series of free online seminars

These seminars will explore the ways teachers can switch the tools we used during lockdown to the classroom. Share, deliver feedback, reduce workload and more using the edtech tools at your fingertips.

The sessions are hosted by our Training Manager, Frazer Williams – an ex-teacher, STEM Ambassador and experienced trainer. Frazer provides you with tips, tricks and information you need to make the most of your technology in the classroom.

There are currently no sessions scheduled, but check back in the New Year when we’ll have lots of new and exciting webinars! If there are specific areas you’d like training on which are not covered, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Elementary Technology is here to help schools use technology to deliver better education.

As well as these one-off CPD events, we support schools with a range of training services across a range of different technologies. If staff training and CPD is one of your EdTech challenges, please complete the form below. We’ll contact you at your convenience to discuss how we help.

 






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🕐 Do you have a Viewsonic touchscreen and use myViewBoard software? Did you know you can use your mobile device and a QR code to sign in, saving you time in the classroom?

#saveteachertime #edtech #tipsandtricks @ViewSonic @ViewSonicEDU

💚 Sustainability and carbon reduction is now an essential consideration for schools.

New #edtech is nearly always less energy/carbon intensive than legacy. Account for this in a Carbon Reduction Plan.

It also reduces energy costs

#theEdTechEffect #CarbonNetZero #edutwitter

@mreddtech @ElementaryAV Thanks so much for sharing Flip, friends!!! We're so grateful for all you do to inspire others 🙌

💡 Team training from @ElementaryAV colleague Frazer about @MicrosoftFlip.

A superb tool for seamless sharing of video. And lots more! Microsoft schools already have access, but most won't realise.

Opportunities for use in teaching are endless 👏🏼

#edutwitter #edtech

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