Let us deliver this full day workshop for your staff

Participating in social media sites like Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter etc is becoming an everyday occurrence for a lot of people.  This is prompting many educators and trainers to incorporate social media into education and training.

But have you ever wondered:

  • how can social media best fit into your teaching and assessment?

  • what you should consider when using social media in your teaching and assessment? and

  • which social media sites work best for what learning and assessment activities?

Book this interactive workshop for your organisation for your staff to learn about how to effectively use social media in teaching and assessment.  This workshop will help your staff formulate the best ways to incorporate social media into their teaching and assessment.

Who should participate in this workshop?

Educational professionals (lecturers, academics, teachers, trainers, assessors), learning and development professionals, educational designers, educational program support, student teachers/trainers.

Workshop facilitators:

headshot of Michael Coghlan
Michael Coghlan

Allison Miller
Allison Miller

Michael Coghlan has been working as a creator, facilitator and thinker around e-learning environments since 1997, while Allison Miller has been involved in education and training for more than twenty years as an educator, change manager, and e-learning leader and innovator.  Both Michael and Allison are pro-active in their use of social media in education and training, and are prolific users of social media to support their own professional learning.

Your investment:

The program includes:

  • 6 hour interactive workshop
  • workshop resources

Click here to contact us via email or call us on 0400 732 270 to discuss our very reasonable rates to run this workshop

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