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Strategies for a smooth school start using EdTech (Webinar)

The beginning of a new school year can bring out a lot of different feelings in students, parents, and teachers.

Many are excited, but some are anxious and stressed.

As summer is - for many schools - the time for change, teachers and students are often welcomed back with new technologies in their classroom. As exciting as education technology can be, it is also somewhat daunting for certain teachers, students, and even parents. If you’re one of them or if you simply need inspiration about how to use EdTech to engage students, make lessons more fun and collaborative, you came to the right place.

Our Education Technology Specialist and former Teacher, Myrto Pitsava, put together the “Strategies For A Smooth School Start Using EdTech" webinar, to help you learn how to use EdTech to your advantage.

Watch the above webinar to learn how EdTech can:

  • Provide ample opportunities for enhancing your teaching.
  • Create a safe environment for students.
  • Help students develop collaboration skills.
  • Help teachers organize their work and easily create fun and engaging lessons.

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