Thursday, 21 February 2008

Getting to Grips with Interactive Whiteboards

The interactive whiteboard is a wonderful tool to use with learners — great for group activities, demonstrations and for capturing the attention of learners through their involvement. But while many learning providers own them, not all staff have been able to successfully integrate them into their teaching.

To address this the RSC West Midlands are now offering Interactive Whiteboard training, free to staff from West Midlands based work based learning providers. In this short staff development session, Alison Nock of the West Midlands RSC, will show what can be achieved using interactive whiteboards and show how they can be used effectively to enhance teaching and learning.

This is a beginner workshop for tutors who are starting to use or who are interested in using an interactive whiteboard. Its suitable for delivery staff or anyone wishing to know how to use a whiteboard to create engaging interactive lessons for learners.

The two hour workshop will take place in Wolverhampton on 12th March from 10.00am -12.00pm. There are a limited number of spaces available. For more information and online booking details, please go to the RSC West Midlands website.

1 comment:

Theresa said...

This event is currently full but to be added to the waiting list, or to be notified of future Interactive Whiteboard workshops, please email your details to eventsrsc-wm@wlv.ac.uk

Please be sure to include your name, the name of your organisation and email contact details. Thanks.