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Wodonga Middle Years College (WMYC) realised their potential to become an educational technology leader. The school has embarked on a journey of consistent innovation, adopting the latest tools and technologies to give their students every opportunity for continuous learning.
This webinar will describe the teaching and learning experience WMYC had in place prior to COVID-19, how the school coped with online learning during the school lockdown period, and the plans WMYC has for their educational technology experience as we come through the other side of the pandemic.
WMYC are enabling students to extend and enrich their learning throughout their day. Students are embracing the Brightspace LMS by engaging in ubiquitous learning - whether that’s on the bus, in the classroom, on the sports field or at home. The ability to learn on any device, at any time, has allowed students to engage with their school work using the technology they love. For teachers, Brightspace provides the capability to give work to students before they come to class, creating more interaction when students are in the classroom. Teachers can also manage content, assignments and assessments far more efficiently through Brightspace. The results speak for themselves with the school achieving marked improvements across key learning areas.
Steven Fouracre, Assistant Principal, Wodonga Middle Years College
Jennifer Dewar, Senior Education Consultant, D2L
Join global EdTech consultant and expert Craig Kemp (@mrkempnz) for a live discussion about the current state of edtech in schools globally. At a time where EdTech is being used more than ever before, it is easy for us to do TOO much ....
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Craig Kemp, Owner And Global Edtech Consultant, Ignite EdTech
Haileybury, a K-12 school with campuses in Melbourne, Darwin and Beijing, have been adapting and changing at an increasing pace in the current disrupted and difficult environment in which we find ourselves.
In this talk, led by Anna Sever, Deputy Principal for Teaching and Learning, Lauren Sayer, Director of Digital Learning and Peter Thomas, Director of HaileyburyX, you will hear about how we at Haileybury are developing not just crisis responses but new best practices for the future of learning and teaching.
Lauren Sayer, Director of Digital Learning, Haileybury
Anna Sever, Deputy Principal Teaching and Learning, Haileybury
Peter Thomas, Director, HaileyburyX