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Microsoft Certified Educator Session 4
13th December 2021 @ 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm GMT
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About the Series:
Microsoft is teaming up with education training specialist Tablet Academy to deliver a series of events aimed at supporting school leaders and classroom educators to further embed and benefit from the features provided by Microsoft tools. The focus of these events is to help institutions looking to develop both their in-class delivery and remote programmes.
Following on from the previous sessions, this webinar will explore two of the pillars of the 21st Century Learning Design course – ‘Self-Regulation and ‘Real-World Problem-Solving and Innovation’. We will look at the key concepts, how this links in with questions in the Microsoft Certified Educator exam and examples of how this could be used in our classroom practice.
During this session we will cover:
- The big ideas, rubric and decision tree for the ‘Self-Regulation’ pillar of 21CLD
- The big ideas, rubric and decision tree for the ‘Real-World Problem-Solving and Innovation’ pillar of 21CLD
- Different examples of how Microsoft tools can be used to support these pillars
- The types of questions you might face in the exam, based on these pillars
The session is primarily aimed at educators, since the MCE exam is rooted in pedagogy and teaching and learning principles. However it is open to the wider education community, where there is an interest in teaching with technology.
Pre-requisites: knowledge/understanding of information delivered in previous sessions.
About your Trainer:
Sam is a former English teacher and head of department with fifteen years of experience as a teacher and over twenty years working in education. She is passionate about the transformative impact technology can have on learning and teaching and is a keen advocate of supporting students to develop the digital skills to help navigate their future.
As a senior consultant at Tablet Academy UK, Sam provides training, consultancy and advice on the adoption and best practice when embedding the use of technology for teaching and learning. She also provides training and guidance for non-teaching staff and support staff, as well as supporting local and national government agencies with digital transformation.
Sam is an MIE Expert, MIE Master Trainer, Microsoft Certified Trainer and Microsoft Certified Educator and can often be found presenting on behalf of Microsoft at national and international events.