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Research School Network: Best bets for remote explanations Using tools within the Google suite

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Best bets for remote explanations

Using tools within the Google suite

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26 January, 2021 | 16:00 - 16:30

As we shift to remote teaching, what are our best bets for delivering effective explanations to our students? In this bitesize webinar, we will be sharing evidence-informed, practical approaches to use with your students now. These will include how to best design presentations and materials, how to use online whiteboards and how
to go about pre-recording explanations.

This is a joint Sandringham Research School & Sandringham EdTech Demonstrator School event.

Featuring:

Dr Caroline Creaby, Research School Director and Deputy Headteacher

Kate Mouncey, Research Lead and Director of Sixth Form

Karen Roskilly, Research Lead and Director of Learning: Sociology

Mark Allday, EdTech Demonstrator Director and Assistant Headteacher

Christian Turton, EdTech Demonstrator Lead, Computing Hub Primary Lead and Teacher of Music Technology

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