School closures episode 2. Live from Hong Kong, South Korea, Japan and Bahrain
Mar 20th, 2020 by TISP
Featuring: Tim Evans, Nicole Neutzling, Jason Regin and Thomas Hammerlund
Since we recorded our last episode two weeks ago schools around the world have closed and countries have a wide variety of restrictions on movement in place. We go back to our guests to check in on the situation in their countries and see how their schools are handling this new world of distance learning.
Please also check out our first podcast recorded two weeks ago:
We talk about:
- Real-time teaching vs recorded lessons
- Hangouts vs Zoom
- Google Classroom
- Student and staff wellbeing
- Central plan vs teachers choose teaching method
This podcast is sponsored by www.appsevents.com. We’re a Google Education Partner and active since the launch of ‘Google Apps for Education’ in 2006. We’re a team of former educators, and experts in helping schools integrate Google into their schools and classrooms. We customize all our training for each school to make sure we have a lasting impact.
Thousands of educators worldwide have earned their Google Educator Certification with our Certification Boot Camps, which take place worldwide and get you and your staff certified quickly.
We also host ‘Google Summits’ which are fun 2-day conference-style events with concurrent sessions & keynotes delivered by experienced Google Trainers, delivering training on a broad range of topics using G Suite in the classroom and school setting.
Check it out over at appsevents.com and we can also bring one to your school which is a great way to build a Google community amongst your staff to support each other, plus increase the profile of your school.
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