Tuesday, 1 April 2014

A great opportunity for you – become a Microsoft Teacher Trainer


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Research shows that innovative teaching practices, combined with ICT access, are two key factors that lead to students’ acquisition of 21st century skills. But how do we provide professional development in a way that supports teachers on that path of innovation to integrate ICT into their daily practice?

ABOUT THIS VIRTUAL UNIVERSITY
Join teacher trainers from NGOs, commercial providers, local governments and districts to find out how becoming a Microsoft Teacher Trainer can benefit you and the educators you work with.
  • Learn about the latest research findings on effective (and ineffective) professional development models and the implications for teacher trainers.
  • Find out how you can utilize professional development assets like needs assessment, adaptable training materials and evaluation tools to create new training programs or supplement existing ones.
  • Be introduced to level 100 (Digital Literacy), 200 (Teaching with Technology), and 300 (21st Century Learning Design) research-based professional development.
  • Become a Training Provider and get access to training and marketing resources, receive ongoing professional development and recognition for the important work you do.

WHEN AND HOW?
Training begins by signing up via the link given below for two webinars in April presented from the USA. This is a two-part series.

SESSION 1
April 17, 2014
8:00am-9:30am PST

or
April 17, 2014
5:00pm-6:30pm PST



SESSION 2
April 24, 2014
8:00am-9:30am PST

or
April 24, 2014
5:00pm-6:30pm PST


PRESENTERS
Adrian Blight
Managing Director,
Imagine Education
Tracy Immel
Microsoft in Education Program
Manager, Microsoft

REGISTER ON THIS LINK
https://swrt.worktankseattle.com/series/123/seriessignup.aspx

RESOURCES
PIL Training Provider Portal
Join Our Discussion on the PIL Network
Innovative Teaching and Learning Research
PIL Network Hot Topic: Building Teacher Capacity

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