With a growth mindset we can break through the sense of being stuck and achieve the results we desire whether that be at work, in our relationships, or in other aspects of our lives.
Date: 28 October 2021
Time: 14:30 – 15:30
How to develop a positive learning environment
This workshop provides practical, easy-to-implement ways in which teachers can allow learners to freely express themselves, and to create an environment that encourages free speech and non-judgemental opinions. Get practical tips on how to make your classroom come alive.
The new coding and robotics subject is aimed at guiding and preparing learners to solve problems, think critically, work collaboratively and creatively, and function in a digital and information-driven world. But how are you, the teacher, coping? Are you feeling lost when the term “coding and robotics” is used? Attend this popular workshop and get the uncertainty out of the way.
Date: 28 September 2021
Time: 14:00 – 16:00
ENGINEERING/DESIGN PROCESS IN CODING AND ROBOTICS
When teaching the robotics and coding curriculum, the Engineering Design Process (Investigate, Design, Make, Evaluate, Communicate – IDMEC) forms the backbone of the subject and should be used to structure the delivery of all learning aims.
This is an interactive workshop about developing strategies to manage learner behaviour. It focusses on positive attitudes and the development of supportive relationships with learners to create a disciplined learning environment. By attending this workshop, you will learn what positive discipline is and the techniques to implement it.
At Macmillan Teacher Campus, we are passionate about teachers and we understand the difficult task they are faced with during this pandemic. As you know, South Africa has been in different stages of lockdown since March 2020 and while this has significantly changed the way teachers interact with their learners, many teachers feel demotivated and a little lost.
Macmillan Teacher Campus decided to boost morale a little bit by hosting a series of free webinars. These webinars are aimed at providing a much-needed morale boost, and at the same time, providing tips to enhance teaching during this crazy and unpredictable time.
Our first webinar was held on 27 May. We decided to kick off with “How to develop a personal vision”. It was attended by almost 400 teachers and visitors from our neighbouring countries. The feedback was phenomenal and the webinar was well received.
Our second webinar was held on 24 June, and gave some insights on how teachers can give good feedback to their learners.
Macmillan Teacher Campus have scheduled a free webinar once a month up until November and we are confident that each one will be well attended.
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