This free online event is suitable for secondary school teachers and further education providers who are delivering education online.
Are you teaching in a new way this year? Could you benefit from easy to use online learning resources that can be taught to a class, individuals and small groups with minimal preparation for you? Join this free online event to find out how to use a series of short online courses from the University of Leeds in your teaching.
Each course in our broad range of short online courses comes with ready prepared teaching support materials for both face-to-face and fully online teaching. The courses are designed for 16-18 years olds but can also be used with younger students, depending on the abilities of your classes. They can be used in classrooms, computer suites or at home.
Join this online event to explore how these courses can help you and your students explore interesting and interdisciplinary topics such as sustainability, human health, business and more.
This online event will include:
- The different ways the courses can be delivered
- The ways they can help you in your teaching
- The corresponding support resources
- An overview of some of the courses
Who is this event for?
This free online event is suitable for secondary school teachers and further education providers who are delivering education online or would like resources they can use in a hybrid or face-to-face education environment. It explores how they can utilise a series of short online courses from the University of Leeds to teach and explore a wide range of topics and subject areas to a 16+ age group.
Kate Nicolson - Online learning specialist and former high school teacher