|Date:||Thursday, 7 May 2020
|Time:||3.30 to 4.30pm|
|Venue:||Zoom – FREE
Registered attendees will receive a link via email prior to the event
|Tickets:||Register your attendance|
Building on the Town Hall conversations in Silver Linings in Museum Education on how our sector has been adapting to the COVID-19 closures, the focus of this second conversation will be on how best we can support teachers and students learning from home.
We will consider existing evaluations as well as new surveys asking how we can best serve classroom teachers and their students’ learning needs at this time. Let’s gather online to gain new insights and explore alternate ways of working.
We invite you to attend our second gathering with an open mind, generosity of spirit and willingness to support your peers.
This presentation will be introduced by Christine Healey, ENVi President and Incinerator Gallery. Conversation facilitated by Sue Burgess, Shrine of Remembrance and Andrew Hiskens, Museum Consultant with a special guest Anne Smith, Independent Schools Victoria who will share research into what distinguishes useful resources for teachers who suddenly now find themselves teaching remotely.
We hope to see you and hear about your experiences too!
A link to Zoom will be emailed to registered attendees prior to the meeting.You can try the Zoom Test Room earlier if you are keen to see how it works.
Register here: https://amagavic.org.au/events?id=1598
See the last web conference here: April 2020
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