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2020 has brought both challenges and opportunities! It has also provided an opportunity to embrace the imperative of life -long learning. We are all learners in these times.
A key to moving forward is to understand the moment, accept it and explore what it may allow to be possible!
Teaching online is different to teaching face to face and involves a skill set that develops with experience and practice.However, many essentials remain the same.
If you are struggling in this new form of delivery, don't worry!! Most educators and students are. This has forced many of us to plunge into learning.
These times however, have also provided the opportunity to tap into the holy grail of teaching, which is to encourage students to become their own teachers and for educators to see learning through our students' eyes.
This webinar will provide encouragement, some essentials and a few tips and tricks to help you develop your online survival skills and maybe even have fun doing it!
Karen Dymke is an educator with over thirty years’ experience across a range of sectors, as a teacher, trainer, senior leader, coach and consultant. Her work includes lecturing at Latrobe University in Alternative Educational Models, including VET and the VCAL, as well as travelling Australia as a highly sought-after presenter sharing the latest educational research. Her passion is focused on partnering with educators to progress and support student learning, achievement and well-being, with a speciality in applied learning settings such as VET and TAFE. Karen’s work has been acknowledged through the Outstanding Teacher/Trainer of the Year award from the TAFE Development Centre, various scholarships and most recently with a Fellowship from the International Specialised Skills Institute, investigating the professionalization of adult educators. She thinks it should be fun (if hard work) when you learn!
Also speaking at: The Art of Teaching - Cert IV TAE and beyond!