The Directorate for Digital Literacy and Transversal Skills is organising a webinar for all School Leaders, including Heads of Colleges Network, Education Officers, Heads of Schools, Assistant Heads and Heads of Department. The webinar is going to be on Wednesday 27th May, 10am to 11.30am. The focus of this webinar is going to be on the creation of a staffroom, organising online staff meetings, communication with parents, sharing files with staff using Teams and One Drive and also on the creation and sharing of Forms. Continue reading
Following the growing interest in Microsoft Teams, the Directorate for Digital Literacy and Transversal Skills is organising a number of webinars for Middle and Secondary schools as below: Continue reading
The Maltese eTwinning National Support Service will be organising a series of webinars for Maltese educators interested in learning about eTwinning and other related online tools. During these webinars we will be exploring the varied tools and resources available in the eTwinning platform. We will also explore various Web2.0 tools and how these can be integrated in projects and in the classroom. Continue reading
Following the big interest and positive feedback, a 2nd edition of the “Coding from home” webinar. It will take place on Tuesday 24 March at 15:00 CET. It will offer new presentations and tips. Speakers are: Ana Stamatescu Code Week Ambassador Romania, Madhumalti Sharma, Code Week Ambassador from Luxembourg, Pauline Maas, Leading Teacher Netherlands on unplugged coding And Stefania Altieri, Leading Teacher Italy on online coding game.
The webinar is open to anyone. To join the webinar browse to: https://zoom.us/j/109547450
As part of the One Tablet Per Child initiative, the tablet supplier is providing educators and students in Years 4, 5 and 6 with the ‘J2E tools’. Once connected online, these tools are ready available in the OTPC tablets’ toolbox section.
St. Nicholas College is currently engaged in the Erasmus + project, Leadership for Change (L2C). This project aims to help schools move away from the traditional vertical leadership model, which proclaims the primacy of the head of school, and to move towards shared leadership, fostering a new culture in schools in which teachers, students and potentially parents willingly take responsibility for leadership in the school community. More information about L2C can be found on the official project website: http://l2c.eun.org/home.